Songkran Festival at The Slate

You've never seen a water fight as big as this one - a nationwide event celebrating the traditional Thai New Year on April 13th by making sure everyone cools-off during the hottest day of the year!

People celebrate Songkran by throwing water at each other. It is also known as the Water Festival. People believe that water will wash away bad luck. It is also a time to visit family and give gifts.

This Thai traditional New Year begins with early morning merit-making, offering food to Buddhist monks and releasing caged birds to fly freely into the sky.

Paying homage to one’s ancestors is an important part of the day. People will pay their respects to the elders by pouring scented water over the palms of their hands. The elders in return wish the youngsters good luck and prosperity.

Songkran Festival at The Slate

We have a full day’s schedule ready to educate and entertain, with a cultural visit to our local temple to give alms to Monks, a long drum procession at Family Pool, the famed Get Wet tour of Nai Yang and Sirinat National Park, water games for the afternoon and a live Thai feast at our Underground Café.

07:00 - 08:15 Morning Monks Alms Giving* (€)
10:00 - 10:30 Long Drum Procession from Family Pool to Lobby
10:30 - 11:00 Water Blessing Ceremony around Family Pool
11:15 - 12:30 Get Wet Tour of Nai Yang* (€)
12:00 - 15:30 Songkarn Street Food Buffet at Underground Café (€)
15:00 - 16:30 Muay Ta Lay (Aqua Boxing) & Water Tug of War

For Songkran Live Buffet, we take a Street Food Culinary Journey: a plethora of freshly-cooked flavours straight from Phuket presented in an open-air venue by water edge

Starting from 12:00 until 15:30, the lunch costs 550THB Net per person, 275THB Net per child ages 7 to 14, or complimentary for ages 6 and below when dining with their parents.

*Get Wet Tour costs 600THB Net per person including Morning Temple Tour and Get Wet Tour through Nai Yang Beach and Sirinath National Park with a water gun.

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