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Festival held in Chachoengsao Province, Thailand.

Luangpho Sothon Worship Fair is held three times a year in the lunar calendar:-

1. Chinese New Year Festival is held by the Chinese Association together with merchants, civil servants, and the people of Chachoengsao, from the first day to the fifth day of the waxing moon in the Chinese first lunar month, totaling five days and nights.

2. Mid-Fifth Month Festival starts from the full moon day to the second day of the waning moon, totaling three days and nights. It is held to mark the movement of Luangpho Sothon from the river to be enshrined at the temple.

3. Mid-Twelfth Month Festival starts from the twelfth day of the waxing moon to the first day of the waning moon. Back in 1890, there was an outbreak of smallpox. The villagers at the time asked for recovery from illness with Luangpho Sothon, and held a ceremony to celebrate the Buddha image. The celebration has become a tradition. Presently, Chachoengsao Province and Wat Sothon jointly hold the Luangpho Sothon Worship Fair and the Chachoengsao Red Cross Fair every year. The celebrations and the procession of the replica of Luangpho Sothon by land and by river are the great annual event of the province.


Paet Rio Mango and Products Fair is held around March to April of every year at Phutthasothon School in Amphoe Mueang Chachoengsao, when mango trees bear fruit. There are booths of mango and agricultural produce on sale, agricultural produce contests, and agricultural exhibitions.


Chachoengsao Red Cross Fair coincides with the Luangpho Sothon Worship Fair in November of every year at the Suan Somdet Phra Srinagarindra Park Chachoengsao.


Local Products to look out for:-

Agricultural Product including mango of different varieties, jasmine rice, eggs, fresh shrimp, and aromatic coconut, are available for sale in general in Chachoengsao.


Desserts are Krayasat ( sticky  and sweet  rice ), Khanom Pia ( Chinese pastry ), and Khanom Chak ( coconut flesh, flour, and sugar mixed and grilled ).

Amphoe Mueang Chachoengsao

Tong Chai 45 Wat Phanitaram Road. ( Thai sweets, Khanom Mokaeng grilled custard ).


Tang Seng Chua ( opposite the Chachoengsao Railway Station ) 275/1 Maha Chakkraphat Road, Tambon Na Mueang.

Tel. 0 3851 1139, 0 3851 1547, 0 3851 5395.