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Songkran in Bangkok

A complete guide to celebrating Thailand’s biggest festival in Bangkok

Written by
Time Out Bangkok editors
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Songkran, the festival to celebrate the Thai New Year, returns this 13-15 April. Here, Time Out editorial team has gathered up everything you need to know about Thailand's biggest celebration—from where to enjoy the water play and where to party to where to chillax and where to stay—so that you can make the most of your Songkran moments. 

Note: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Thai government has decided to ban all water splashing events, concerts, and all mass-gathering gigs during Songkran Festival this year.

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