Pictures gallery of Phi Ta Khon Thailand
Phi Ta Khon - The Ghost Mask Festival Asia Forum Fodor's
The Phi Ta Khon, or "The Ghost Mask", festival is rather well known in Thailand and is one of several distinctive festivals promoted by the Tourism Authority.
Phi Ta Khon (Ghosts in Masks) Festival Gavin Gough: Freelance
I’ve just returned from the annual Phi Ta Khon (Ghosts in masks) festival in Dansai, northern Thailand, which was a great success in all senses and a
Phi Ta Khon, the festival of ghosts in Dan Sai, Loei
Western visitors to Thailand are immediately impressed by the striking manifestations they see of Buddhism in the kingdom. They generally visit some brilliantly
Phi Ta Khon; The ghost festival of Dansai in Loei Thailand
[ July 1, 2011 to July 3, 2011. ] The Phi Ta Khon festival held in the astoundingly beautiful mountainous areas of Dan Sai in the province of Loei. It is a sacred
Phi Ta Khon – The Ghost Mask Festival – 2011 Chieng Fa
The Phi Ta Khon festival is the biggest attraction to the otherwise sleepy farming village of Dan Sai, nestled in the mountains of Loei province of northeastern Thailand.
Phi Ta Khon Festival, Dan Sai, Loei, Thailand Adventure Bimbling
The Phi Ta Khon Festival is absolutely unique to the town of Dan Sai, Loei province, about 450 km north of Bangkok (7 hrs by bus). The parade is part of a
Phi Ta Khon Festival, Dansai, Loei, Thailand Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Phi Ta Khon Festival, Dansai, Loei, Thailand This photo was taken on June 13, 2010 in Dan Sai, Loei, TH
Phi Ta Khon or Ghost Festival
Phi Ta Khon or Ghost Festival Phi Ta Khon is a type of masked procession celebrated on the first day of a three-day Buddhist merit making holiday known in Thai
Thai Masks - NE Thailand Mountain Phi Ta mask
Thai Phi Ta mask. Dan Sai, Loe, Thailand. 22 inches, painted palm frond, basket work, wood, cloth. Phi Ta Khon is a type of masked procession celebrated on the
Dansai - Thailand's Ghost Festival by Utopia
There is a remote village in Northeastern Thailand that is famous for being haunted. They materialize for the annual Phi Ta Khon (ghosts with human eyes) festival, which is