Songkran events at 106 spots in Bangkok

Songkran events at 106 spots in Bangkok

Songkran events at 106 spots in Bangkok
During the Songkran Festival on Khao San Road in 2023, revelers are soaked. Next month, singhkran events will take place in 106 locations throughout Bangkok. In Khon Kaen and other regions, activities will also be in full jump. ( Photo: Nutthawat Wichieanbut ) The government recently extended this year’s Songkran holiday to five days. Nutthawat Wichieanbut

Activities celebrating Songkran may be held at 106 locations across Bangkok, with 14- 15 big actions, with a whole range of festivities even planned in Khon Kaen and other provinces.

Aekvarunyoo Amrapala, official of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, gave a basic outline on Tuesday, and said the BMA would transfer the complete information on April 9. &nbsp,

The liquid event may be marked in 106 locations across the money, he said, with 14 or 15 shows.

Celebrations will be divided into two categories, according to Mr. Aekyaranyoo: cultural ( a little wet ) and fun ( very wet ). Cultural events are slated for Sanam Luang and Ratchadamnoen Klang, jointly organised by the government and the Tourism&nbsp, Authority of Thailand ( TAT ), and at City Hall’s Lan Khon Muang ground.

Khao San Road is one of those places in the excitement series, he said.

The BMA will use the lessons learned from mistakes made last year at the Songkran event. More restrooms, obvious indicators for emergency exits, and better management of entrance and exit routes are organized improvements to ease traffic.

Silom Road may remain closed during the ceremonies, the official said. Events it did be&nbsp, organised by the Culture Ministry, Bang Rak area company and business users.

Given that activities will be held throughout April by both the public and private industries, the official said the number of individuals this year is anticipated to be higher than last year.

The BMA may enforc security measures throughout the event and collaborate with police and other agencies, including setting up a command center to keep an eye on the situation at all occasion locations. &nbsp,

Theerasak Theekhayuphan, the governor of Muang’s president, led the team organizing Songkran events to examine Srichan Road, which will be closed from April 8 to April 15 in Khon Kaen.

Mr. Theerasak expressed trust in the festival’s appeal to both Thai and international visitors.

He said the city had two locations for the Dok Khoon, Siang Khaen, and Khao Niew Road activities, which will be held April 8 through April 15 and honor Songkran.

Bueng Kaen Nakhon will promote social activities, along with music recitals and stores selling products.

On April 12 through April 15, the governor said, merit-making and water splashing will take place in another place in front of the city wall temple, Khao Niew Road, and all of Srichan Road.

In northwestern Tak country’s Mae Sot area, Songkran celebrations may be held along the Moei River from April 15 to 20, &nbsp, regional officials said.