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Yeepeng Lanna International Festival

October 6, 2012 by Khiri Travel |

Friday November 30th 2012, Tudongkhasathan Lanna, Chiang Mai. Experience the smiles and hospitality of northern Lanna people, and dine on delicious northern cuisine known as “Kantok” while enjoying traditional Thai dance performances. Just before the release of the floating lanterns, you will have a short practical lesson on meditation by Buddhist monks, and listen as they recite traditional prayers and give blessings to wish everyone – regardless of nationality, race and faith – happiness, great health and prosperity. You’ll find yourself captivated by the picturesque scene of thousands of floating lanterns glittering the evening sky. For more information visit: www.yeepenglanna.net.

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