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Thailand promotes “soft power” through Songkran festival

The Thai government is actively promoting its “soft power” by organising the Maha Songkran World Water Festival 2024 with a series of events taking place over five consecutive days from April 11 to 15.This activity celebrates the Songkran traditional New Year festival being recognised as ...

Thailand’s Songkran to be celebrated for entire April in 2024 under govt’s soft power plan

A Thai government committee plans to hold Songkran Festival celebrations during the entire month of April 2024, instead of the traditional three days, in a bid to entrench Thailand’s standing among the top 10 global destinations for festivals.Songkran, the Thai traditional new year, falls on ...

New year revelry returns to Thai streets as tourism rebounds

Tens of thousands of revellers, including hordes of foreign tourists sporting floral shirts and plastic water guns, descended on the streets of Bangkok on Thursday for the biggest traditional new year gathering since the pandemic.Festivities for Songkran, a much-loved Thai festival sometimes described as the ...

Three measures promoted for Thai traditional Songkran festival

All sectors are preparing to take care of and facilitate everyone who will return to their hometown to celebrate the Songkran festival while the cabinet has acknowledged three measures to promote the Thai traditional Songkran festival.Keep reading ...

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