Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) wants to provide up-to-date information on the gradual return of events and festivals with strict COVID-19 safety and control measures as the Thai government launches its first vaccination program. I think.
The TAT Newsroom has compiled the following events and festivals as they become available. However, due to the instability, it is advisable to double-check before deciding to attend the event. Also, sudden notifications can cause new or repeat events.
Chonburi: The· “Light of Arts Interactive” The event will take place March 26-27 in Pattaya, Chonburi. The event will feature an exhibition of photography and painting, 50 product and food booths, a light and sound show from the Pattaya Music Society, and a 4D projection where you can take pictures in a space where holographically realistic objects are projected. Will be done. camera.
Sukhothai: The· “Sukhothai Mini Light & Sound 2021” A show celebrating the history and prosperity of the Sukhothai dynasty, the capital of ancient Thailand, takes place every two weeks on Saturday at Wat Slashri in Sukhothai Historical Park. The show is scheduled for March 6, March 20, April 3, April 17, May 1, May 15, and is free. Due to the preventive and management measures of COVID-19, up to 200 people can enter at one time.
Surin: Local residents and visitors are promoting traditional culture while helping both mahouts and mahouts with the tourism impact of COVID-19. They do so by wearing silk and Thai costumes and participating in activities with elephants. Giving, feeding, and praying for good luck, walking under the belly. Held every Saturday at the Playas Lymph Kudi Srinalong Changwan Monument. The event has been held since December 2020.
Prachuap Khiri Khan: The· “Taste of Prachuap” The culinary festival will be held from March to December 2021 at Oceanside Beach Club & Restaurant (March 13, June 18, September 17, December 10) in Prachuap Khiri Khan, Hua Hin. S. April and May 21st are Tanya restaurants, July 10th is Eureka Beach Cafe, and August 14th is Duankeo cuisine. The event will feature table-style meals prepared by top local chefs, using ingredients and ingredients sourced from eight districts around Prachuap Kiri Khan. Chefs include those who have performed in the “Top Chef Thailand”, “Iron Chef Thailand”, and “Team Chef Thailand” shows.
Krabi: The· “Clavi Food Fest: Eat and Change Your World” The event will take place March 12-14 at Ao Nang Beach, home to more than 60 local restaurants from all over the state, to celebrate Krabi’s food culture and Southern Thai cuisine. The focus is on healthy regional cuisine with a background story and seasonality told by “Iron Chef” Thai finalist chef “Boom” Cantierat and chef “Ken” Ratchawat. Chef Boonesmith, a celebrity host of Thailand’s popular “Foodwork” program and winner of the Olympic Food Gold Medal, also waits to share the secrets of Southern Thai cuisine. With “beach chic” dress code requirements, the event will also feature tattoo demonstrations, live music and sundowners. Visitors are asked to bring their own personal food and drink containers.
Phuket: 2nd and 3rd “Roy Lim Rey Phuket Festival” It will be held in Patong Beach from March 19th to 21st and in Laguna Grove in Ceruntalei from April 10th to 12th. These are part of three major seafood festivals under the Roy Limley flag, following the first festival held at Saphan Hin Park in Phuket Town on February 26-28. Agricultural and tourism-related handicrafts.
First-ever next event “Amazing Thailand Phuket Surf Skating Series 2021” It will be held at Kata Beach on March 20th, Karon Beach on May 23rd, Patong Beach on August 14th, and Surin Beach on November 13th. These promise non-stop action in this fast-growing street surfing sport, following the February 20 launch event in Phuket’s Old Town. on the other hand, “7th Phuket Night Run 2021” Held on March 27th, the 10.2 km Mini (Night) Run, 5.4 km Berry Fun Run and 11.6 km Ekiden Night Sprinter will be featured. The start and finish lines are located in Saphan Hin Park. See below for other events in Phuket. Phuket will launch new events and festivals in 2021..
Surat Thani: Many events and festivals are also held on Koh Samui and its neighboring islands of Koh Phangan and Koh Tao. Please refer to the following. Samui-Pangan-Tao offers discounts to tourists until April 30, 2021..
Tourism and hotel operators across Thailand, including Phuket, Koh Samui and Pattaya, to name just a few, have been offering event attendees special deals and perks over the last two months.
TAT will notify visitors and attendees of all events to take DMHTT precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. D-Distance, M-Mask Wear, H-Hand Wash, T-Temperature Check, T-Tai Chana Contact Tracing Applications. For more information, please see. How to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 in Thailand..
For additional information and assistance regarding tourism in Thailand, please contact TAT Contact Center 1672 or Tourist Police 1155.
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