Every year, at the end of the rainy season, when the full-moon soared up the sky on the night of the 12th lunar month (usually in the first half of November), it is the start of the Loy Krathong Festival. Known as Thai Festival of Lights, Loy Krathong is one of the most enchanted, and well-known festival in Thailand after the New Year's Festival, Songkran. Loy Krathong holds annually all over the country, people gather around the rivers, lakes, or canals to pay respect to the water goddess and make wishes for the coming years by Loy (releasing) the Krathong (a banana trunk decorated with banana leaves, flowers, and candles). For that, you will see hundreds of thousands of Krathong golden up the water as well as the flying lantern (Yi Peng) filling up the sky sending misfortune into the air. If you are in Thailand during this lunar time period, don't hesitate to be part of this picturesque event!