Songkran is a Thai traditional New Year which starts on April 13 every year and lasts for 3 days. Songkran festival on April 13 is Maha Songkran Day or the day to mark the end of the old year, April 14 is Wan Nao which is the day after and April 15 is Wan Thaloeng Sok which the New Year begins. At this time, people from the rural areas who are working in the city usually return home to celebrate the festival.
I glad everytime when , will arrive at the Songkran Festival. be glad at get get back to a house meets my parents. and have a meal at mother does.
Chiang Mai, in the northern part of Thailand, is the number one destination for Songkran festival in Thailand. The Capital or Northern Thailand is surrounded by an ancient moat that is filled to the brim and surrounded by literally tens of thousands of revelers. The water fighting and splashing in Chiang Mai is on all sides of the moat and there are also large crowds on Huay Kaew Road. Kad Suan Kaew Plaza holds a Songkran event each year with thousands of fun-seekers dancing and playing and just enjoying life. The whole city is drowned in the ocean of fun and joy and the heat seems to matter no more to the thousands of tourists, tens of thousands of Thais all celebrating the frenzy that is Songkran festivital.