76 flying lanterns land in Chiang Mai airport
A total of 76 flying lanterns landed in the compound of Chiang Mai International Airport on the second night of Yi Peng or Chiang Mai’s traditional Loy Krathong Festival. Airport officials said 76 were collected from the airport’s compound from Friday night to early Saturday. The authorities allowed Yi Peng revellers to release flying lanterns on Thursday and Friday nights when all flights were cancelled. Airport officials said 20 lanterns landed on the runway, 20 on the taxiway, six on hangars, and 30 more on lawns. The Nation The post 76 flying lanterns land in Chiang Mai airport appeared first on Samui Times.... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline, plus more articles from around Thailand and Asia like, 76 flying lanterns land in Chiang Mai airport, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give us a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you leave. Thank you
Published By: Samui Times - Sunday, 25 November
- In the last 24 hours
- Vote! Election rerun in Chiang Mai as Pheu Thai winner banned Bangkok Post (Today) - The Election Commission (EC) will hold a new election in a Chiang Mai constituency after it ruled the winning Pheu Thai Party candidate violated the election law by giving money...
- Older News
- Vote! American tourist praised after helping to free person trapped in car in Chiang Mai Samui Times (2 days ago) - An American tourist has been praised for stopping to help at the scene of an accident in Chiang Mai on Sunday. Twenty six year old Ray Aber (name transliterated) had...
- Vote! Australian man, 33, found dead in Chiang Mai hotel Samui Times (5 days ago) - A 33 year old Australian man has been found dead at a hotel in Chiang Mai. The body of the man, who was identified as Daniel Thomas Janse (name transliterated)...
Popular Asia Job Post Articles
- - Post-Election, Indonesian President Expected to Go Soft on China Despite Maritime Flaps
- - Kim Jong Un in Russia for Putin Meeting
- - Seastead lifted ashore at Phuket port
- - Governor pushes water-shortage solutions
- - Philippines' Duterte says to sail garbage back to Canada
- - Indonesia election fraud allegations are "baseless”: minister
- - Who is Zahran Hashim, the radical cleric linked to Sri Lanka bombings?
- - JW Marriott Khao Lak Resort & Spa appoints Silvano Amolini as new executive chef
- - Violent protests break out in Solomon Islands as Manasseh Sogavare elected new prime minister
- - Foreign groups likely behind Sri Lanka attacks, U.S. ambassador says