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”Sawas Dee Pee Mai” is how Thais say “Happy New Year.” Did you know that Thailand actually celebrates the New Year three times? Thai people celebrate the internationally-recognised New Year on 31 December, the Chinese New Year around January to February, and Thai traditional New Year in April, which is known as Songkran. Below are the activities that Thais do to celebrate the calendar New Year. Praying New Year’s Eve night Various Buddhist temples in Thailand host a prayer ceremonies on the night of December 31. During the ceremony, a white thread is tied to a Buddha image, passed by […]

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The traditional Thai New Year comes around in April......as it does [more or less] in neighboring countries.

So there.

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im getting  pissed  up and going out for a drive with music at  full  volume red light  jumpin all the way..............its  tradition

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