Pattaya —

Pattaya is set to host the annual Diwali Festival, a millennia-old celebration of lights originating from the Indian subcontinent.

Scheduled to take place at Pattaya Central Beach from November 15th to 19th, this grand event promises to light up the city with cultural vibrancy. The festival is meticulously organized by the Thai-Indian Business Association and the Indian Pattaya Association, with the primary goal of showcasing Indian traditions and enhancing tourism in Pattaya. Attendees can immerse themselves in a myriad of activities during the Diwali Festival, including an “Incredible India” event from November 15th to 19th. This event encompasses various Indian traditions, offering a rich cultural experience. Additionally, there will be an Indian Food Festival taking place on November 17th to 18th, providing attendees with the delightful opportunity to savor authentic Indian cuisine. The pinnacle of the festivities is the Diwali celebrations on November 18th, when the city will come alive with extraordinary live music performances from DJ Bollywood and a captivating fireworks show that will light up the entire resort city. Beyond the entertainment, Diwali holds deep spiritual significance, symbolizing the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil. As Pattaya warmly embraces this cultural exchange, the Diwali Festival becomes a radiant beacon of unity and joy for all. The original version of this article appeared on our sister website, The Pattaya News, owned by our parent company TPN media. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=–=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter and get all our news delivered to you in one spam-free daily e-mail Click here! OR, enter your e-mail below!

Tanakorn Panyadee
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