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Thailand - Central Thailand - Nakhon Sawan
- Chao Pho-Chao Mae Pak Nam Pho Procession.

Chao Pho-Chao Mae Pak Nam Pho Procession: This is a Chinese New Year festival celebrated by Thai's of ethnic Chinese descent. The festival has been an annual event in Nakhon Sawan since the early 1900's - It is held on the 4th waxing day of the 1st Chinese lunar month (end of January or early February). The celebrations are to ensure good fortune. The festival features a number of highly colourful and very noisy processions including traditional Cantonese angel procession, dragon parade, lion parade, the goddess Kuan Im procession, and a Taychew musical parade on the main thoroughfares of Nakhon Sawan, The procession is followed by a hundreds of young women dressed in their finery.




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