Published: Nov 17, 2021
Bangkok will celebrate the popular Loy Krathong festival at two main areas – under Rama VIII Bridge in Bang Phlat district and Klong Ong Ang, which runs through Samphanthawong and Phra Nakhon districts – while people can also float their krathongs in 30 public parks, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) announced at a press conference on Wednesday.
Published: Nov 07, 2021
Loy Krathong celebrations in Bangkok this year will focus on safety and eco-friendliness, the governor said. Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang told reporters on Sunday that the festival will be held on November 19 under a Covid-free setting and universal prevention measures.
Published: Sep 25, 2019
Chiang Mai’s Muang District Office had scrapped the permits previously granted to organisers of two events that would have released a total of 5,000 flying lanterns during the upcoming Loy Krathong Festival.