Damnoen Saduak floating Market & Sweet Grape Week Fair
Damnoen Saduak Ratchaburi
This area known for its famous floating market comes alive with a fair featuring some typical and unusual activities, These include a Thai cooking competition, a "sea-boxing" competition, boating competitions, as well as local product sales.
Dok Lam Duan Ban Festival
March 5-7, 2000
The Princess Mother Memorial Park, Si Sa Ket
This annual festival highlights cultural performances by different ethnic groups a light and sound presentation depicting the history of the province as well as a captivating beauty pageant and local product sales.
Asean Barred Ground Dove Festival
Khwan Muang Park, Yala
Dove-lovers from all over Thailand, as well as from other neighbouring countries come to this southern city for this event. The major highlight is a dove-cooing competition involving more than 1,400 participants, Young prize doves are on sale together with local products, Various sport contests are also held.
March 3 - 5, 2000
The Princess Mother Park in Bueng Phlan Chai, Roi-et
This fair features Khao Phan Kon Processions highlighting the 13 episodes depicted in the Buddhist text Mahachat Jataka, spectacular light and sound presentations of the story of Vessandara, and demonstrations and sales of scrumptious noodles and local delicacies.
Thao Suranari Fair
March 23 - April 3, 2000
Thao Suranari Memorial Plaza, Nakhon Ratchasima
Thao Suranari was a local heroine who rallied townspeople against invaders during the reign of King Rama lll. This annual fair pays tribute to her bravery by conducting various celebrations that include fireworks displays colourful parades, cultural displays and exhibitions, and glamorous beauty pageants.
Source : The Tourism Authority of Thailand
Sat, 29 March, 2003
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