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Thai: The Loy Krathong Celebration at St Andrews International School Bangkok

Loi Krathong Festival has been a beautiful, fun Thai evening celebration for families and friends. They gather by streams, canals or rivers to float decorated floral rafts, usually made of banana leaves. It is a gesture of paying respect to the Mother River.

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St Andrews International School Bangkok is also celebrating Loi Krathong. The School will be holding its celebration of this special festival on 22 November. Everyone in the community is encouraged to wear Thai costumes on the day.

Primary School Loi Krathong Assemblies will take place in the Sports Hall, at 8:30 – 9:00 for students from Years 1 – 3, and at 9:15 – 9:45 for students in Years 4 – 6. The students will have the opportunity to make krathongs in their classes. High School Loi Krathong Assembly will take place in the Sports Hall, Gold Building, at 11:00 – 11:30 for Key Stage 3 students. High School students would like to present Loi Krathong Charity for this year celebration. There will be various fundraising activities in front of the High School Library during the morning recess and lunch break. The charity activities include selling various Doi Tung products, making krathongs, fun photo taking, lucky draws – Soi Dow and dress up teachers with Thai costumes.

All proceeds from the fundraising go to support Huay Rai Samakkee School’s library in Chiang Rai Province in  Northern Thailand.

Loi Krathong Fair Poster 2018