Songkran Festival

April 29, 2011 § Leave a comment

Thais doused with fire hydrant to celebrate Songkran Day April 17, 2011. Songkran Festival is the traditional Thai New Year. This is the time for Thais to pay homage to Buddha images, clean their houses, and sprinkle water on their elders in a show of respect.

Children using water gun to shoot each other to celebrate Songkran Day near Kuala Lumpur  April 17, 2011. Songkran Festival is the traditional Thai New Year. This is the time for Thais to pay homage to Buddha images, clean their houses, and sprinkle water on their elders in a show of respect.

Thais girl doused with fire hydrant to celebrate Songkran Day near Kuala Lumpur April 17, 2011. Songkran Festival is the traditional Thai New Year. This is the time for Thais to pay homage to Buddha images, clean their houses, and sprinkle water on their elders in a show of respect.

Thais doused with fire hydrant to celebrate Songkran Day near Kuala Lumpur April 17,2011. Songkran Festival is the traditional Thai New Year. This is the time for Thais to pay homage to Buddha images, clean their houses, and sprinkle water on their elders in a show of respect.

Thais using water gun to shoot each other to celebrate Songkran Day near Kuala Lumpur  April 17, 2011. Songkran Festival is the traditional Thai New Year. This is the time for Thais to pay homage to Buddha images, clean their houses, and sprinkle water on their elders in a show of respect.

Thais doused with fire hydrant to celebrate Songkran Day near Kuala Lumpur April 17, 2011. Songkran Festival is the traditional Thai New Year. This is the time for Thais to pay homage to Buddha images, clean their houses, and sprinkle water on their elders in a show of respect.

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