It's Songkran time in Thailand! In the past, water was used symbolically to wash away the bad and to bring good fortune, however now it is seen primarily as an enjoyable and giant water fight. Songkran marks the beginning of the traditional Thai New Year. #Songkran #Thailand #WaterFight Photo credit:

Fun at the Songkran water festival in Thailand. It is the festival for the Thai Lunar New Year.

Chicago Water Tower ~ one of the ONLY buildings which did not burn during the great Chicago fire of 1871.


Wat Plai Laem Temple in Koh Samui Island, Thailand (by AroundtheWorldwithKid).

Songkran Water Festival, Thailand

Did you know? Traditionally, the Thai New Year (or Songkran), is celebrated in April but the government changed the date so that the new year starts on January 1st to co-ordinate with western traditions. Most Thai people celebrate both.

Songkran in Thailand

New Year Celebration, Thailand

Songkran Water Festival - Thailand

Happy Songkran!

Songkran, Thailand New Year

Hoping everybody in Kingdom of thailand a Wonderful New Year! Revel with joy, pass on the happiness, and most importantly, do not drink alcohol and drive! let's also make friends!

Songkran Water Festival, known as the Water Festival by visitors, falls shortly after the spring equinox and is celebrated annually in Thailand.

Songkran 2012 / 2013

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The Elephant Village in Bangkok