Loy Krathong

Posted by on Dec 6, 2012 in Blog | 4 comments

Wednesday 28th of November saw Thailand celebrate Loy Kratong. A celebration dating back more than 700 years. It’s a day when Thailand and other parts of SE Asia pay respect to the goddess of water, the end of the rainy season and the main rice harvest.

Kratongs are made from natural materials such as banana leafs and sometimes even bread, and floated on all water ways around the country. To further celebrate Thai woman dress in traditional attire and look absolutely beautiful in full length dresses and elaborate head wear.

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Stumble Inns Ploy looking amazing in traditional Thai dress.

 

Stumble Inn as always joined in with the fun and a great night was had by all!

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