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Pattaya Daily News

29 May 2010 :: 16:05:03 pm 22762

Visakha Bucha Day in Pattaya

Hundreds of tourists joined the Buddhist ceremonies for Visakha Bucha Day in Vien Tien along with a great number of young people who found the day delightful and uplifting.
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Pattaya, 28th May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News] Through out the day, Buddhists in Pattaya attended the Buddha activities for Visakha Bucha Day in total joy. In addition to the days’ activities, local residents and tourists traveled together to various temples in Pattaya and Banglamung to participate in the ceremony of Vien Tien, walking with lighted candles, incenses and lotus around a chapel. 

The atmosphere was electrifying and very busy with more people than last year joining the crowd resulting in a traffic jam on most of Pattaya roads. At the same time, the officers arranged task forces combined with volunteers to assist in any queries and security guards for the safety of the tourists.


At the same time in other provinces such as Bangkok at the Gold Mountain, numerous Buddhists arrived to join Vien Tien. Besides making wishes for themselves, the participants prayed for the country to be prosperous and at peace.  

At Songkla Province, the Kautong Mountain Top in the municipal area arranged the Vien Tien around the mountain for first time this year. It was a joy to see that the people in the province had together chosen to dress in white to join the ceremony.

Moreover the masses of young people found participating in the ceremony was far more than last year.

Visakha Bucha Day is a sacred day on the Buddhist calendar and marks important events in the life of Buddha and also includes abstaining from alcohol, lying, cheating or any other sins. 

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : Community News

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