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HM the Queen's Birthday-ThailandAugust 12, 2020ThailandMothers day and the Queens Birthday
Independence Day IndonesiaAugust 17, 2020IndonesiaCelebrated on the day of August 17 and this day marks the declaration of Indonesia’s independence from Netherlands in the year of 1945.
National Day MalaysiaAugust 31, 2020Malaysia
Malaysia DaySeptember 16, 2020Malaysia
Phuket Vegetarian FestivalSeptember 28, 2020 – October 7, 2020Phuket, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket, Thailandthe Vegetarian Festival. It is celebrated throughout the entire country, but the festivities are at their height in Phuket, where about 35% of the population is Thai Chinese. It attracts crowds of spectators because of many of the unusual religious rituals that are performed.
Chonburi Buffalo Racing Thailand October 4, 2020 – October 10, 2020Chonburi Municipality Stadium, 107/12 Moo 2 Tumbolsamed, Amphur, Chon Buri District, Chon Buri 20000, ThailandVenue : The yard in front of Chonburi Town Hall The festival features buffalo race which is divided into 3 sizes; small, medium and large. You will also see the decorated buffalo contest which is divided into beautiful type and funny type. There are also healthy buffalo contest, beauty buffalo breeder and also Nong Nang…
Naga Fireballs Thailand October 10, 2020 – October 16, 2020Phon Phisai District, Nong Khai, ThailandNaga fireballs have been reported over an approximately 250 kilometre long section of Mekong river with the centre of this section approximately at Phon Phisai town in Amphoe Phon Phisai. Balls have also been reported rising from smaller rivers, lakes and ponds in this region
Bon Om Touk Water Festival CambodiaNovember 5, 2020 – November 7, 2020Phnom Penh, Cambodiawater festival
Cambodia Independence DayNovember 9, 2020Cambodia
Loy Krathong FestivalNovember 11, 2020 – November 13, 2020Thailand Loi Krathong[a] (Thai: ลอยกระทง, IPA: [lɔːj kràʔ tʰoŋ]) is a festival celebrated annually throughout southwestern Tai cultures, (Thailand, Laos, Shan, Tanintharyi, Kelantan, Kedah and Xishuangbanna). The name could be translated as "to float a basket", and comes from the tradition of making krathong or buoyant, decorated baskets, which are then floated on a river.
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