@ Doi Mae U-Kho, Mae Suek and Mae Chaem
The Bua Tong is a yellow or orange flower, which is similar to sunflowers. When this flower blooms, the hills and valleys of Mae Hong Son turn yellow.
Bua Tong flowers bloom from November to December. Doi Mae U-Kor mountain in Khun Yuam district is considered the largest and most beautiful location to see these flowers in bloom.
31 January - 2 February 2020
@ Lanna Rock Garden, Chiang Mai
Jai Thep, Northern Thailand’s leading arts and music celebration, returns for its fifth year. Get ready to experience musical ecstasy at one of their many stages.
This musical festival takes pride in being a multi-cultural, international event, with followers returning from all corners of the world, to enjoy resonating beats deep in the Lanna-country side.
7-9 February 2020
@ Suan Buak Haad Public Park, Chiang Mai city.
The Chiang Mai Flower Festival is one of the most colourful events in Thailand. Over three days, the city is transformed into a profusion of colour with a parade of huge, elaborately decorated flower floats, complete with dancers, beauty pageants and superb displays of floral arrangements, miniature trees and ornamental plants.
7-9 February 2020
@ Central Airport Plaza, Chiang Mai
The 3rd international Chiang Mai Tattoo Festival will be celebrated at Central Airport Plaza. It is the most exciting and anticipated celebration of body art in Chiang Mai. Over 150 tattoo artists from Thailand and abroad will come together. Last year the event was joined by Uncle Alla, Matt Hekensho, Shige Yellowblaze and many more artist
17-19 January 2020
@ Borsang Village, Chiang Mai.
Just as the name suggests, the festival is all about art and umbrellas! The handicrafts made by local craftspeople will blow your mind away with their sheer innovation infused with bold designs creating intricate, yet delightful pieces.
Bo Sang is home to skilled craftspeople whose products range from fantastic fans to colourful lanterns and parasols. Look out for the magnificent umbrellas made from mulberry bark paper which are then handpainted – the traditional trade mark of
Bo Sang’s artists. Other materials used for these works of art include silk and cotton. Don't miss the parade and election of Miss Umbrella Fair.
14-23 February 2020
@ Chiang Dao Farm Stay, Chiang Dao.
Shambhala in Your Heart Festival is a great music festival with activities such as music, dance, arts, crafts, camping, campfires, yoga, meditation and so much more. The event takes place in the picturesque and quiet area of Chiang Dao (one hour’s drive from Chiang Mai). This family style festival is just wonderful! Organized by a small Japanese hippie community that lives in the area, the festival lasts for a week and every day is different, with day time activities such as art and yoga courses and night time live performances.
You can bring your tent and spend a few nights there. It is a place to go with family and friends plus you will meet a lot of new people and make more friends.