Golden Mile Complex gets wet as it turned into S’pore Songkran central over the weekend

What a festival.

Nyi Nyi Thet | April 15, 12:11 pm


Songkran is an annual national holiday in Thailand.

Thailand’s Buddhist New Year is currently celebrated on April 13, but it extends for a few days afterwards.

One of the more notable traits of Songkran is their water festival.

This is when water fights are routinely carried out on the streets.

Here’s a touristy example from Phuket.

The water festival made its way to Singapore as well.

Here are some videos and photos of the merriment at Golden Mile Complex.

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Looks fun as heck.

Image from Kennethtay86 and Singapore Incidents

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