Poi Sang Long Fest
Poi Sang Long Festival
3-5 April, 2020 @ Wat Hua Vieang, Mae Hong Son
The Poy Sang Long Festival is actually more a ceremony than a festival and in Tai Yai language, it means “ordaining the beloved sons”. Young boys from 7 to 14 years old go to the temple to be ordained as novices. They will learn the tenets of
Buddhist teaching and self-discipline. In Chiang Mai, you can witness this ceremony at Wat Papao.
7-8 March, 2020
@ Amaravati Wellness Center - Chiang Mai
Chanting, Sound healing, Meditation, Yoga techniques, crystal bowl, Indian dances, plus Holi Throwing Colour ceremony and many more events. A two-days Indian Holi and Yoga Festival to be celebrated at Amaravati Wellness Center. For yogis, masters, practitioners and visitors. Vegetarian meals and overnight accommodation available. Reservation: 098-858 8656.
CEC Breakfast Club
Chiang Mai Expats Club (CEC) Breakfast
Club : 20 March 2020
@ The River Market Restaurant
Breakfast in a beautiful setting along Ping river, next to the iron bridge. The breakfast buffet is an all-you-can-eat array of casseroles, pancakes, bacon, sausages, ham carvery, sausage gravy, biscuit, Thai food, salad, made-to-order omelettes, waffles and much more. Every first and third Friday of the month. 250 THB (members) and 300 THB (non-members).
13 March 2020
@ Nationwide. In the north at Mae Sa
Elephant Camp and Lampang Elephant
In Thailand, March 13th is designated as National Elephant Day, to highlight the importance of the Thai elephant in Thai history and culture. In Chiang Mai, Ayutthaya, and many other cities, the big giants are treated to a huge feast of fruits and sugar cane. And all visitors are welcome to join this happy moment.
Wai Kru Muay Thai
17 March, 2020
March 17th is the day when all people involved in Thai boxing (Muay Thai) celebrate Nai Khanom Tom, the hero of this sport.
This day is not a public holiday, but there are commemorative events at various Muay Thai stadiums and training camps and it is a day with particular significance for the town of Ayutthaya, home to Nai Khanom Tom.