The 15th “Ching Chao River Boat Battle” will take place in Hua Hin’s Khao Tao Reservoir Project in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. There will be Thai and international guests, as well as longboat enthusiasts from all throughout the country. Come on out and watch the action.
Mr. Nopphon Wuthikul, the mayor of Hua Hin Prachuap Khira Khan Province, presided over a meeting on February 7, 2023, to arrange the “15th Ching Chao River Long Boat Battle,” which will take place at the Khao Tao Reservoir Project from November 17-19, 2023. Mr. Anuchit Kwankaew is the creative manager for Khao Tao Village in Hua Hin District,. Pol.Capt. Sawat Wattana of Thai PBS Television Station (Thai PBS), Ms. Ubonwan Khongsawang of the Phetchaburi Long Boat Club, Coordinator of the Western Region Stop Alcohol Organization Network (SorKhor.Por. ), and municipal executives attended the discussion meeting at the Hua Hin Municipal Office.
In this regard, in order to comprehend His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Maha Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great’s boundless compassion and His Majesty the King’s commitment to the people of Hua Hin, His Majesty the King issued the following proclamation: “Once His Highness, along with Khun Thongdaeng, Her Royal Highness’s pet dog, and the traditional long boat race of Hua Hin Municipality win the royal
There will be races for ASEAN Long Boats and Thai-Lao Relations Boats. 2. an old long boat 3. Naga Head Long Boat from Nan Province climbs Khon Ching Thong from Chumphon Province 5. A Buriram Province large iron boat 6. Kor and boat from southern border provinces to promote popular tourism outside the local community. There are also Stopdrink music awards, a music band contest for youths under the age of 22, songs about the Thai longboat race, and a committee of artists and professionals from ThaiHealth’s Office of the Stop Drinking Organization Network. Young boat commentators must undergo an activity in order to create the enjoyment that they experience during lengthy boat races in order to become professional boat commentators. At least 10,000 people are scheduled to attend performances by the local ethnic group “Thai Song Dam,” booth activities, and food outlets.