Thailand is blessed with countless festivals, celebrations and events throughout the year. While some are celebrated throughout the entire kingdom, others are specific to particular regions. Some festivals
The [Mid-Autumn Festival](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mid-Autumn_Festival) – [เทศกาลไหว้พระจันทร์](http://th.wikipedia.org/wiki/เทศกาลไหว้พระจันทร์) – also known as the Moon Festival – takes place at the full moon of the eighth month in the [Chinese Lunar Calendar](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_calendar).
__Sixth or seventh lunar month, exact date set by mediums (between March and July)__. ## Dan Sai Ghost Festival [Phi Ta Khon (ผีตาโขน)](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phi_Ta_Khon) is the most popular festival
## The Meaning of Wisaka Bucha [Wisaka Bucha](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vesākha) (วันวิสาขบูชา), pronounced _Wisakha Bucha_ in Thai, is the most important religious holiday in the Buddhist calendar. It celebrates the birth,
__Friday, 05 May 2017__ is [Coronation Day](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronation_Day) in Thailand วันฉัตรมงคล (Wan Chattra Mongkhon). – Saturday, 05 May 2018 This day has been celebrated every year since 5 May
## Royal Ploughing Ceremony – Thai Public Holiday ## The [Royal Ploughing Ceremony](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Ploughing_Ceremony) is an ancient rite observed in Thailand and Cambodia to mark the traditional beginning of
[Magha Puja](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magha_Puja) (มาฆบูชา) (Makha Bucha) is an important Buddhist religious festival, celebrated in Thailand, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia. Magha is a Pali and Sanskrit word meaning _the third
## Chulalongkorn Thailand Holiday Every year on October 23 the Thai people celebrate the life and reign of [King Chulalongkorn](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chulalongkorn) on the anniversary of his death in 1910.