Treat people the way you want to be treated yourself, this makes you half way there.
Thailand celebrates nationwide its Buddhist festival Loy Kratong. Thai People float (Loy) their banana-leafs basket (Kratong) while they recite prayers.
Thai farmers are starting to harvest rice as the rainy season draws to a close. Many farmers continue with the age-old practice of cutting the rice stems by hand using sickles.
On a market in Thailand "I love Nazi" t-shirts are sold.
People across the country are celebrating Mother's Day and the 81st birthday of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. At Ban Prang School, in Pua, Northern Thailand, children staged a special performance to coincide with this special day.
Farmers are busy planting rice in the north of Thailand following the onset of the annual rainy season. Seedlings are transplanted in bunches and will later be thinned out as they grow.
All over the world Thai people celebrate their own New Year also called the Songkran festival. Thailand is one big (Controlled) water fun festival.
Thailand celebrates it's own New Year with many Buddhist rituals and water fun, the New Year festival in the old Thai calendar. It is a multi-day festival with family and public merry-making.
Thailand celebrates Children's Day at Development Number 31 Ban Phatong Army Camp near Pua; Nan province; Northern Thailand.