5-11 December 2020
@ Nimmanhaemin Road, Soi 1.
With different styles of stores and vibrant colours, Nimman Soi 1 is one of the most arty and chic streets of Chiang Mai. During December they host the one week annual Nimmanhaemin Art and Design Promenade (NAP) which fill this trendy street with local
and modern arts, unique craftworks, performances, workshops and tempting food stands.
@ Doi Mae U-Kho, Mae Suek and Mae Chaem
The Bua Tong is a yellow or orange flower; its size is similar to sunflowers.
When this flower blooms, the hills and valleys of Mae Hong Son turn yellow, and it is a very lovely sight.
Bua Tong flowers bloom from November to December. Doi Mae U-Kor mountain in Khun Yuam district is considered the largest and best location to see these beautiful location.
29 December 2019
@ Baan Pha Nok Kok, Pong Yeang, Mae Rim
Celebrate the impressive and colorful Hmong New Year at Baan Pha Nok Kok, Pong Yeang, Mae Rim.
Celebrations include crossbow shooting competition, ball throw competition, Hmong wheel race, look kang (gyration) spinning competition, and much more...
This Hmong village is located less than an hour drive from Chiang Mai centre.
7th December 2019, starting from 6pm.
@ Chiang Mai International Exhibition & Convention Centre
A fantastic event full of interesting motorbikes and apparel and great live music. Hundreds of motorbikes, large collection cars and accessories on display. Great live music. Free event.
12 December 2019
A Royal Barge Procession, presided over by His Majesty the King, will be held in Bangkok on 12th December.
The event, which will involve up to 52 elaborately crafted river barges and 2,200 seamen, is part of year-long celebrations of King Vajiralongkorn’s coronation.
The tradition of royal river processions dates back hundreds of years with the last procession taking place in 2012.
King Vajiralongkorn’s river journey, on December 12th, will start at Tha Wasukri royal pier in Dusit district and end at Wat Arun Wanaram, aka the Temple of Dawn, on the western bank of the Chao Phraya River.
21 December 2019
@ Grand Canyon Chiang Mai.
Celebrate the Winter Solstice under the Sun, Moon and Stars, at one of the most beautiful spots in Chiang Mai: the Grand Canyon.
Great music, cliffs, clear blue waters, ice cold drinks and delicious food. There will also be international and local Dj’s, electric music as well as massive festival grade sound system. Entry fee: 150 THB. But remember: don’t drink and swim and don’t drink