Songkran Toronto 2014

Water guns meet street eats at Songkran Festival

This weekend, Khao San Road hosted the Songkran Festival, an annual Thai New Year's celebration that centres around a massive water fight. (In some spots in Thailand, those water battles will go on for days.) This year, the wet and wild festivities took place in a heated tent on Adelaide, and organizers called on some of Toronto's top food vendors to help ring in the new year.

Check out all the action in our photo gallery.


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