The Songkran Parade in Bangkok started at 7:30am at the National Museum and continued all day around the city for ten hours until it reached Sanam Luang. Leading the parade was the revered Phra Buddhasihing image. The following are my pictures that I tweeted live during the day.
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4 thoughts on “Day Long Songkran Parade in Bangkok”
Just seen on tv the crazy , cruel , carry-on pouring water over the cat , unbelievable .
Thanks Richard but how can we find out about these events before they occur?
Do you follow me on Twitter and Facebook? I post everything there and on my travel blogs.
Right on Richard!