Songkran By The Journal - April 20, 2011 0 436 FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp KATE BARKMAN / The Journal The Thailand traditional New Year, Songkran or The Pouring of Water ritual, is a celebration from April 13 to 15 and takes place in most of Southeast Asia. Many Webster University Thailand students travel to Chiang Mai, a northern Thai city to take part in the popular citywide festivities. The national holiday is simply about having fun or as Thais say, “Sanook, Sanook!” Share this post The Journal + posts The Journal https://websterjournal.com/author/the-journal/ Photo Gallery: September 19, 2023 Student Protest The Journal https://websterjournal.com/author/the-journal/ Webster Journal Wins Four Awards at MCMA The Journal https://websterjournal.com/author/the-journal/ SGA presidential candidates weigh in on current topics The Journal https://websterjournal.com/author/the-journal/ Meet the Press: what do our editors do to celebrate fall? Related Related Posts Thailand encourages simplicityMacy Salama explains how she has been changed by Thailand's culture of few complaints and… Thailand study-abroad student yearns for higher-quality educationAbroad student, Macy Salama, is ready to return to the Webster home campus. Salama realized… Thailand inspires alumnus to write booksAlumnus Thomas Rhoden writes book titled, "The Village."