Chiang Mai Thailand Festival videos

Here are our short streaming Videos of Festivals in Chiang Mai Thailand.

Chiang Mai Flower Festival

This is the Thailand version of the Rose Bowl Parade in the USA. Colorful floats made with colorful flowers, orchids and seeds are used. Read more about the Chiang Mai Flower festival The festival is always the first weekend in February.

In this part of the Chiang Mai Thailand Flower festival video we look at the different flowers on display and close up look at the floats. Read more about the Chiang Mai Flower festival The festival is always the first weekend in February.

The Loy Krathong Festival “Yee Ping”

Loi Krathong “Yee Ping” lantern release in Chiang Mai Thailand. These lanterns are called Kome Loy. The Kome Loy is a lantern that is similar to a hot-air-balloon. The history, traditions and events of Loy Krathong “Yee Ping” Festival.

See how the local Thai people celebrate the Loi Krathong “Yee Ping” Festival along the river, neighborhood and home in Chiang Mai Thailand. The history, traditions and events of Loy Krathong “Yee Ping” Festival.

Join us in this video of the Loi Krathong “Yee Ping” Festival Parade in the city center at Thapae Gate. The history, traditions and events of Loy Krathong “Yee Ping” Festival.

Video of Loy Krathong “Yee Ping” in Mae Jo near Chiang Mai Thailand for the local festival and Khome Loy Release. The history, traditions and events of Loy Krathong “Yee Ping” Festival.

Songkran or Thai New Year. “The largest water fight on the planet”

Songkran or Thai New Year is the largest water fight on the planet. However, it is much more than that to the Thai people. The celebrations in North Thailand lasts about 5 days. Each day has a different ritual the locals perform. Here are the events of the Thai New Year festival.

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Author: Randy Gaudet

Living in Thailand since 1989 I enjoy sharing my experiences in Thailand

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