- Buddhist New Year -
The New Year is celebrated for three days on the first full moon in April.
Is the birthday of Buddha. For Buddhist it is the most important holiday they celebrate. They celebrate the Vesak on the first full moon in may. They celebrate the birth and the death of buddha in the same day.
- Sangha Day-
Sangha Day is the second most important festival to Buddhist. Sanga Day is the celebration in honour of the Sangha or the Buddhist community. For some Buddhists Sangha refers only to monks and nuns It is a chance for people to reaffirm their commitment to Buddhist prctices and tradition.
- Dhamma Day-
Is celebrated on the first full moon day in July. It was when Buddha made his first sermon at Sarnath Deer Park
- Observance Day-
Observance Day is when each of the four traditional monthly holy days (the new moon, full moon, and quarter moon days) that continue to be observed in Theravada countries.
- Kathina Ceremony-
Kathina Ceremony is held on any conveniet date within one month of the conclusion of the three month rains retreat season. On this day the latity (non-monastics) offer new robe to the monks and to the nuns.
- Festival Of Floating Bowls-
The Festival Of Floating Bowls is held when the canals are full of water. It takes place in all parts of Thailand on the full moon night of the twelfth lunar month. People make bowls made of leaves they put candles and incense sticks and then put them in the water to let the float. As the bowls float away all of the bad luck is supposed to disappear for the Buddhist. The traditional festival was meant to pay homage to the holy foot print of the Buddha on the beach of the Namada River in India
- Elephant Festival-
The Buddha used the wild Elephant that is harnessed to a tame on to train to teach that a person new to the religon, Buddhism would be helped by an older Buddhist.