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Bangkok to celebrate in Nov, book flights to register presence

Bangkok is one city that never sleeps. It is best known for its charm that attracts locals and tourists alike. The city is where one can live life to the fullest. The capital of Thailand is renowned for its everlasting spirit for life, fun and enjoyment. It hosts many festivals and events throughout the year where people from across the country descend to celebrate in unison.

Airlines like Thai Airways, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Cathy Pacific, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Asiana Airlines and Air China operate flights to this lively city. The city is set to host two of its hugely popular events in November. Travelers who wish to explore the cultural side of the city can book cheap flights to Bangkok and ensure their participation.

Royal Barge Procession
On November 9, 2013, the locals will assemble along the Chao Praya River to celebrate the Royal Barge Procession. This is an old-fashioned tradition, which was revived by the present King Bhumibol Adulyadej. This year the crowds will assembler by the riverside to celebrate their dear King’s 85th birthday. 52 boats are set to participating in this palpating event. The city will come alive to the celebrations, dancing, singing, cheering, and will offer a soulful insight into the other side of the busy Bangkok.

Loy Krathong
This is an annual affair celebrated on the full-moon night of the twelfth lunar month, which usually falls in November. The locals convene to the riverside that are filled to the top under the shining glory of the moon. They gather along with their lit krathongs, which are containers made of banana trunks or polystyrene. These krathongs are then discharged into the waters. The rivers around this time offer an enchanting sight of thousands of flowing candles flickering under the moonlight.

You can fly to Thailand in November to catch the glimpse of this beautiful city wrapped in customary style.

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