The Songkran Festival is really fun. Everyone has the mentality of celebrating the festival. They shoot everywhere with water guns. They can't fight back when they hit passers-by. The teammates all laughed. All the pressure and troubles are forgotten, especially on Khao San Road. A few short streets, but it feels more RAW than SIAM. We participated in a five-day 500-kilometer charity cart event in Thailand to raise funds for the children in the orphanage across the water. Before we set off, we (as a large group) went to Khao San Road to relax. This is my happiest experience in so many years. No one is angry because of the activity (in most other countries it will end in a fight).
A very good Songkran theme park, in Chalong, after changing tickets at the entrance, you can watch Thai dance performances, participate in water splashing activities, worship Buddha, and display lanterns. The price is cheap and it is worth a visit. The scenic spot also provides free water splashing. Clothes, and the free storage place, it feels great, it’s worth going
Songkran is not very common, but Foggy water dance is often there. If you want to experience the Thai water splashing culture, don’t miss the Foggy water dance. The scenic area is specially equipped with water splashing clothes and changing rooms. Friends who want to participate in water splashing don’t have to worry about getting their own. clothes.