Thai Food Fair and Water Festival at Wat Dhammadharo Thai Temple
Thai New Year (called Songkran Water Festival) is the most important annual festival for the Thai people. The Festival comprises of a Thai Food Fair, cultural and open house activities. Proceeds from the event go towards supporting the building project of Wat Dhammadharo Thai temple as a place for Buddhist education, culture and language for Thai and Australian communities. Peter and I visited the temple today for the event and here is a postcard vignette from our day out.
From top left to right:
Elle making Pad Thai on the Wat Dhammadharo stall; Kanom Crok desserts made from coconut milk, sugar and spring onions; Jantana and Jamaree making Kanom Crok on the Khun Jaa and Mom's stall; pomegranate growing in the garden; Suwanna Chantree serving Tom Sum; Tom Sum or Green Papaya Salad; rose in the garden; pandan and coconut dessert; and the Water Festival centrepiece in the gardens.
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