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Events & Festivals in Phuket


The extensive, thousand-year history of Thailand, a country that has never lost its independence, left its descendants incredible intricacies of beautiful cultural traditions, beliefs and customs, which these days have turned into colorful festivals, unique shows and events.

Thailand hosts vibrant festivals and events throughout the years. If you’re heading to this land of smiles and sweet mango shortly and you want to be a part of its world-popular festivals, have a look at the Phuket events calendar that will give you the real feeling of Thai atmosphere and culture.

Get wet in the biggest water fight in the world at the Songkran Festival (Thai New Year); visit and be shocked at the Vegetarian Festival; let off paper lanterns into the sky at the "Yee Peng" Festival and dance until the morning at the Full Moon party!

Check out the Phuket shows and events guide.

Chinese New Year

Get ready for noisy firecrackers, colourful processions and local entertainment from 25th to 26th January 2020, as the Phuket enters the Year of the Golden Rat. Vibrant celebrations and super shopping bargains abound as Phuket's local Chinese community prepares for its most important festival. Adding to the celebrations is the Old Phuket Festival, held in the old Sino-Portuguese quarter of Phuket Town each year. Entertainment and highlights like the Dragon Procession, with performances of traditional dance, food, music, and art promise a kaleidoscope of colour and sensory circus in the
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Phuket Marine Rendezvous

An exciting program has been devised to ensure that families, as well as business guests, have plenty to occupy themselves over the four day showcase. As well as over 40 yachts in the marina, there will be super yachts moored off nearby Koh Yang Noi, with a private shuttle to take interested parties to the luxury island. For foodies, there are plenty of outlets where haute cuisine, champagne, smoked salmon, wine and canapés are all available; plus parties every night with entertainment for every musical taste.
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King’s Cup Regatta

Phuket's famous international yachting event, The King's Cup Regatta, returns to the azure waters of the Andaman Ocean in December for a week of partying, sailing, beautiful people and great fun. This year marks the event's 33rd year of prominence on the Asian yacht racing calendar. The event was launched in 1987 to celebrate His Majesty the King's birthday on December 5.
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Laguna Phuket Triathlon

A carnival of multisport fun and tri-related activities for you to enjoy at Laguna Phuket. Southeast Asia's premier multi-sport event, the Laguna Phuket Triathlon, has been going on for almost two decades. The Laguna Phuket Triathlon is Asia’s premier destination triathlon, featuring a unique 1.8K swim, 50K bike and 12K run through spectacular tropical scenery. Over the past eighteen years the popular race has attracted thousands of age group athletes as well as triathlon legends Mark Allen, Greg Welch, Craig Alexander, Paula Newby-Fraser, Michellie Jones and Chrissie Wellington,
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Loy Krathong Festival

Loy Krathong is Thailand’s very own ‘festival of lights’. A national event, it is held annually on the evening of the 12th lunar month, usually in the first half of November. Celebration involves various rituals at the Buddhist temples around Phuket, but the most famous and popular part is the launching of a krathong – a floating lantern carrying candles and joss sticks, as well as all of your wishes. As any large body of water is illuminated with thousands of little lights, it creates a magical, wondrous sight. This festival, falls in the 'not to be missed'
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Vegetarian Festival

The Phuket Vegetarian Festival is a colorful event held usually late September - early October, celebrating the Chinese community's belief that abstinence from meat and various stimulants during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar will help them obtain good health and peace of mind. Though the origins of the festival are unclear, it is commonly thought that the festival was bought to Phuket by a wandering Chinese opera group who fell ill with malaria while performing on the island. They decided to adhere to a strict vegetarian diet and pray to the Nine Emperor Gods to ensure p
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Por Tor Festival

Por Tor or the 'Hungry Ghost' festival is an important merit-making event for the ethnic Chinese. Special food, flowers and candles are offered to ancestors on altars. Other offerings are made to 'feed the ghosts without relatives' that are said to have been released from hell for the month. Experience this beautiful event for yourself at any Chinese Shrine on the island or head to Seng Tek Bel Shrine on Phuket Road and the fresh market on Ranong Road to enjoy two of the biggest Hungry Ghost celebrations in Phuket.
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Paradise Full Moon Party

Every full moon of the month, different International Dj’s featuring awesome sounds will entertain you along the beach since late. Dancing and having fun with friends under the moon, drinking one of our special buckets, cocktail created for this occasion, could be something that you’ll never forget. Paradise Beach is one of hottest beach spots in Patong. Not only is it absolutely stunning, but it hosts everything from foam parties, bikini contests and awesome music.
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Laguna Phuket Marathon

On June 8-9, 2019, thousands of runners from around the world will ‘Run Paradise’ in the latest edition of the Laguna Phuket International Marathon at Asia’s most popular family-friendly destination marathon. Taking part will be runners of all ages and abilities on a mainly flat (but still challenging) course that passes through rubber and pineapple plantations, past beach views, local villages and the tropical lagoons of Laguna Phuket itself – all in a family-friendly carnival-like atmosphere.
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Phuket Bike Week

Once you hear the roar of packs of big bikes rumbling around the hills and highways of Phuket Island, you’ll know that Phuket Bike Week is coming. This annual event is always set in the month of April and is usually organized to coincide with Songkran, Thailand’s biggest festival. It has a number of concurrent fun events to entertain bikers, their friends, families, and onlookers including motorbike and custom bike exhibitions, Miss Phuket Bike Week competition, a beach party, concerts and a ride for peace, just to name a few. Lately, the bike week has been promoting the theme &
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Songkran Festival

Coming to Phuket during April? Then you’re in for a big surprise if you’re here from April 13 – 15. This is the time of the Thai celebration of New Year, Songkran – an event that marks the beginning of the solar calendar (it translates as ‘the passing of’). For some, it’s a period of reflection and carrying out of familial shows of respect to elders. But for others (in fact for most people) it’s a perfect excuse to get merry, hit the streets and throw tons of water around at anything that moves out there. Traditionally speaking, Songkran tradi
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Bay Regatta

Over 40 yachts will celebrate the 23th Anniversary of the iconic Bay Regatta, between the 12th and 16th February 2020. The Bay Regatta stands out as one of South East Asia’s finest yachting events. Taking place in some of the most beautiful scenery the region has to offer, the four days racing and daily presentations will bring a buzz of excitement to Phuket, Phang Nga and Krabi.
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