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Bangkok goes quiet for Songkran1 min read

This is what Songkran Festival can do to Bangkok roads in the first morning of the traditional Thai New Year.

Thais celebrate the New Year festival with a four-day long holiday from April 13-16.

As most people head back to their home provinces for Songkran for family reunions, the city is left unusually tranquil.

Those who remain in the capital can enjoy the quiet surroundings and escape the usual hustle and bustle of big city life.

Enjoy your peaceful morning Bangkokians before water splashing activities begin later in the afternoon.

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