E-Visa Thailand or E-VoA, a new system for Thai Visa on Arrival online application, was launched in November 2018. E-Visa Thailand is currently available at 4 main international airports of Thailand (BKK, DMK, HKT, CNX). This fast-entry online visa system is expected to cut visa processing time significantly.
Loy Krathong is a nationwide festival and will be celebrated throughout Thailand on the full moon of the 12th month of the traditional lunar calendar. During this time, you can get a real glimpse of Thai cultural history. The way of Loy Krathong celebration is slightly different in each region of Thailand but the riversides all around the country fill up with the lights from thousands of candles twinkling on the water.
This year, Loy Krathong festival will be held on 22 Nov, 2018 and there are many places in Thailand where you can join this celebration.
Loy Krathong is a nationwide festival and it will be celebrated throughout Thailand on the full moon of the 12th month of the traditional lunar calendar. In Bangkok, almost every place near the river or pond will be full of lights from thousands of candles twinkling on the water. This year, there are many places where you can celebrate this festival on 22 November, 2018.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) will allow the public to celebrate Loy Krathong Festival in Bangkok's 30 public parks on Thursday 22th November 2018 from 05.00-24.00.
River Festival 2018 - part of Loy Krathong Festival celebrations that will be held in Bangkok. Loy Krathong is one of the main Thai festivals that shouldn't be missed if you are planning to visit Thailand late in November.
Pratunam is one of the most popular shopping districts in Bangkok. The area attracts many visitors with people often staying in this area, so if you're one of them, you might wonder, what is the best way to get there from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK).
Thai government just waived Thailand Visa on Arrival fees for 2 months at the end of the year 2018 and the start of 2019 in order to attract more visitors to Thailand.
Making merit is an important traditional Buddhist practice and there are many ways of merit making in Thailand. Apart from money donation to the temple, school or the local charity origination, making merit by releasing the animals from the confines of a cage, or giving them freedom is typically done.