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Chiang Mai Tech Fest is made up of four programs, and everybody is invited to attend, participate and share their knowledge and experiences in technology.

5 Senses Thailand Music Festival is a platform where both techno and house fans come together for one united celebration on the exotic island of Koh Phangan. Deep in the tropical jungle on Koh Phangan, 90,000 square meters bring the wildest fun to life with three extraordinary different theme stages, will take you to another world.

Gay Pride Celebration Returns To Chiang Mai For The First Time in TEN YEARS! An important event for the LGBT community in Thailand. oin and support the LGBT network in Thailand and enjoy a series of events, talks and fun activities at this community event in central Chiang Mai.

British alt-rockers Wolf Alice debuts in  Bangkok for the first time at the Mangosteen Festival that has its second edition on 15 September. 

After a successful Japanese Film Festival in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, it is now the time to experience some prizing-winning Japanese movies on the big screen.

Mad Face Food Festival is Thailand’s weirdest, coolest and MESSIEST food festival. Attention foodies of Thailand! Mad Face Food Week returns and is the ULTIMATE in food indulgence Thailand has to offer.

Kolour In The Park 2019 is an exciting Bangkok music festival with the best selection of techno and house music you will find in Thailand.

This March join excited spectators at the Anantara Riverside for the inaugural Elephant Boat Race and River Festival 2019! View the fascinating competition sights from the banks of the Chao Phraya with friends and family as international teams partake in this thrilling race.

One of the biggest festivals in Thailand is Songkran Festival or Thai New Year. It is one of the few dates when Thai people reunite with their families for Thai New Year.

S2O Festival will soak Bangkok again from 13-15 April 2018! The S2O Songkran Festival is one of Thailand’s and more likely the world’s wettest soaking party where tens of thousands of litres water will squirt and where the crowd will get soaked to the beats and bones.

Bangkok will burst on its fundamentals with Songkran 2019. This Thai gay party covers three days madness in a row heating up the LGBT scene.

‘Circuit Festival Asia’ returns to Thailand after their mega launch party and festival debut in 2018. The huge LGBT music festival consists of 4 massive events with a world-class guestlist. attracting crowds from across Asia and beyond!