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Celebrate Chinese New Year 2018 In Bangkok For An Unforgettable Experience!

This time in Bangkok, everyone is busy in the preparations of Chinese New Year!

Celebrating Chinese New Year brings one of the most invigorating experience to Yaowaraj, this is officially the Chinatown of Bangkok. The celebration there is the most talked about and the events in Bangkok is attended by Thai Princess who take part in special ceremonies.

The decoration there is at full-swing where the entire portion of the street comes to life with crowds of worshippers, popping firecrackers, dragon dancers, and all families of Chinese origin gather up in the streets of a Chinese banquet. Also, in other parts of Bangkok, Chinese restaurant and Banquets, shopping malls and various places roll out special offers and discount on Chinese New Year. Thus, you can easily shop your favorite products.

All about Chinese New Year!

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The Chinese New Year is famous as one of the popular Spring Festival in most parts of the world. It is all set to be celebrated on this 16th of February in 2018 which is also corresponding with a weekend. Thus, it is a big relief to all the people and allowing them to make the most of their celebrations and enjoy some big amount of discount on various stores. February 16th is New Year’s Eve that shall mark the beginning of all celebrations that are expected to continue into the following week. This auspicious day is also assigned as the first day of spring, escorting in the best season of the year.

The festival is celebrated for three different purposes:

  1. To celebrate the year ending
  2. To gather with family and enjoy
  3. To ring in good luck and love for the upcoming year.

Celebrating Chinese New Year in Bangkok is easy and accessible. You can book your accommodations from Hotels.com, where you will find some of the best deals that will help you during your stay. You will be offered every facility there, from best room service to restaurant and spa.

What you will be offered in Bangkok for New Year?

Although it is not a public holiday in Thailand, members of Bangkok Chinese communities take at least one day off from their work and occupy themselves in various New Year activities. As this is the time when they pray to gods and pay respect to their ancestors.

Street Sights and Sound!

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On the night of New Year’s Eve, a mythical beast called ‘Nien’ come to the town and destroy other people’s home. To prevent this, people of Chinatown put food on their doors, burn firecrackers and, wear red attires as well as decorate their homes with all things red. Thus, from that time, this event was regarded as most exciting times filled with dynamic sights and sounds.

Now, people love this occasion and celebrate it with full enthusiasm and energy. When you will visit here, you will notice whole Bangkok will turn red in the mood of the festival.

Spend full day Exploring Chinatown!

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The best way, you can spend your day of New Year is at Chinatown. You can explore the Dragon Parade where traditional Chinese and Thai dancers join a long dragon walking through Yaowarat Road. You can also visit Lengnoeiyi Temple on Charoen Krung Street and give respect to the gods and goddesses.

This time is literally the most good time for anyone who lives in Bangkok or traveling to Bangkok. Here, you can easily make your holiday worthy your money spend. You can get entertain here as well as can stay in touch with spirituality and culture.

Indulge in some cultural activities!

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The Chinese communities in Bangkok celebrate the Chinese New Year like a festival. They get here to witness the most unforgettable experience and involvement in the event by wearing a red shirt, blouse, or dress. If you love to observe some cultural activities and indulge in the best fun activities then your visit will surely be a memorable one.

If you are ready to go out and observe the event, try to practice few things you shouldn’t do on New Year’s Day. Among these ‘don’ts’ are: avoid using sharp objects (such as knives, scissors, nail cutters); avoid arguing with anyone; don’t murder any animals or talk about sickness and the dead; do not wash your hair; and also don’t break or trip on any object.

As it is said that if you fail to do any of these don’ts then your fortunes in the coming year may turn into misfortune.

Hope, you will have a great New Year in Bangkok when you book your accommodations here and avail amazing Hotels.com Voucher Codes from Collect Offers.

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