Christmas Day is celebrated every year on 25 December. According to old legends, the Lord Jesus, who founded Christianity, was born in Maryam on 25 December . Christmas Day is celebrated all over the world to commemorate this happiness.
The celebration of Christmas Day has started. To make this day special, everyone makes their own preparations. There are also some beliefs associated with Christmas. Children eagerly wait for Santa Claus on Christmas Day. Actually Santa Claus brings many gifts for children on Christmas day. Santa Claus is considered like an angel. It is also said that he brings chocolates, gifts, all things from heaven for children and goes back there.
Christmas is a festival celebrated in a special way around the world. Christmas . Every mall in Thailand is lit up with lights and decorations . All major hotels host lavish Christmas Eve and Christmas Day buffet lunches and dinners. These feasts include traditional Christmas meats and trimmings as well as Thai dishes, sushi, and fresh seafood. You also have the option of including free-flowing wine and champagne for an additional fee.
Places to Celebrate Christmas in Thailand
Christmas in Bangkok
Every mall in Bangkok is lit up with lights and decorations while all the major hotels and cities spread the Christmas magic in different ways. From Christmas trees to dedicated shops, and from discounts to free services. ICONSIAM, the mall in Bangkok, also hosts an amazing festive light show and fountain display.
Many malls and hotels in the city set up special Santa appearances for their guests, especially for kids. There are a number of Christian churches in Bangkok for those attending the Christmas Mass.
If you want to break away from tradition or prefer something different, you can opt for a seafood barbecue on one of Phuket’s pristine white sandy beaches. There are many markets and shopping malls in Phuket, from where you can do Christmas shopping for your friends and family.
Christmas in Pattaya
The popular beach resort of Pattaya is a great option for celebrating Christmas. Pattaya has the largest number of western expatriates and because of this, the western food there is touted as the best food in the whole country. Have your turkey dinner with all the trimmings in one of the conveniently English pubs in Pattaya. can enjoy.
Chiang Mai has a much cooler climate than Bangkok and the south and, while it isn’t as cold as London or New York, the crisp nights can make it feel a bit more ‘Christmas’. Chiang Mai has a lot of hotels, bars and restaurants. For Christmas shopping you can go to the famous Night Bazaar in the city center
Koh Kood is the best place to celebrate Christmas in Thailand. The best Christmas Eve venue for family holidays. If you want to enjoy bonfire, dance and party then you must go to Koh Kood.