The Songkran festival is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year’s Day from 13 to 15 April.
Chinese New Year 2016 Holiday in Bangkok – The most celebrated of holidays in Asia and Chinese New Year 2016 in Bangkok should be phenomenal. The city is known for its exceptionally beautiful traditional ceremonies as well has it’s amazing party venues, so it’s the perfect place to enjoy the last of the year’s various celebrations. Whether you prefer to enjoy the traditional, cultural events, watching the fireworks from atop one of the many upscale hotels, or simply want to enjoy an intimate evening along with a delicious meal, you will find it in Bangkok.
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Chinese New Year 2016 Bangkok – Countdown and Fireworks Parties
The Chinese New Years Eve in Bangkok countdown events are different in every district, each offering a unique atmosphere, things to do and accommodation choices. Where ever you are in the city as midnight draws near, you’ll be able to enjoy spectacular fireworks at midnight that brilliantly lights the sky over the Bangkok’s city skyline. After the celebration, locals and visitors alike will continue celebrating, well into the early morning hours. As is tradition, Thai people visit temples to give thanks and pray for a happy and prosperous New Year.
|Firework Displays on Chinese New Year Bangkok||A night in Chinese Temple Bangkok||One of the Chinese God|
Yaowaraj, Bangkok’s Chinatown, will be the epicenter of most of Bangkok Chinese New Year 2016 celebrations, complete with fascinating parades, firecrackers, fire eaters, dragon dancers and much, much more. Another impressive countdown event will take place at the city’s well known CentralWorld Square, where countless party goers assemble every year. This incredible place will present a fantastic variety of fun activities including prizes, a beer garden, prize drawings, wonderful food to enjoy, varied live performances by both local and international talents, light shows and more.
|Chinese New Year Festival at Yaowaraj||Dragon Dance Performance||Yaowaraj – Bangkok Chinatown|
If your tastes lean more toward peaceful, intimate festivities, you’ll find that there are several restaurants and world class hotels that offer elegant places to enjoy an elegant dinner including rooftop venues that provide a semi-peaceful place to enjoy the fireworks. You can count on the cuisine, the ambiance and the service to be incredible, all presented in an unforgettable setting.
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The younger crowd usually frequent RCA, Silon or Khao San road to hit the areas many thrilling nightclubs, all offering their own over the top vibes and a variety of music played by DJ’s, with some providing live music, great drinks and dancing all night. For a more glamorous way to ring in the New Year, Thonglor is where you want to be, ringing in 2016 in a more extravagant way because it’s brimming with stylish outdoor bars.
Best Hotels For Chinese New Year 2016 Bangkok, All About Exceptional Accommodations
Bangkok is filled with a multitude of superb hotels, from luxurious 5 star choices to more budget friendly options. Higher end hotels include the Grand Hyatt, the Hilton Millennium, Chaophya Park Hotel and a good budget friendly option is the Holiday Inn Express but there are many more. Be sure to plan ahead to ensure that you have your pick of the best accommodations.