Editor’s Note

 

There is no better place to celebrate “Songkran” than Thailand, where the many unique rituals and festivities, which for centuries have celebrated the significance of water in Thai culture and society, will charm and delight visitors old and new to the kingdom.

This year, the date of the Maha Songkran or the ‘New Year’ is set for April 14, when day and night are of equal length. This will be followed by Nao Day (Middle day) on April 15, and the New Year itself on April 16.  Let's be cool and celebrate together. For tips to get the most out of Songkran, click here.

For those looking to contribute to the greater good for the coming year, the country known as the Land of Smiles has many diverse opportunities available for you. Visit out voluntourism site, submit your team profile and you may win a Ten-Day Thailand adventure - a life-changing volunteer experience that no other tour package or standard travel offers. For more info on how to volunteer, click here.

TAT LA eMagazine Editor's Team

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