If you think patting the head of a cute kid you see in Cambodia is a good idea, think again! Apparently, the head is the highest part of the body and as such, it is thought to be sacred. As such, touching someone on the head may not be such a good idea after all!
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Loi Krathong is held by Thai people to pay respect to the Goddess of Water, Phra Mae Khongkha. They want to apologize to her for contaminating the water she provides. The act of releasing the lanterns also symbolizes the wish to let go of anger and hatred. With the purpose of doing so, some people even cut their hair or fingernails then leave the clippings inside the lanterns. Similarly, sky lanterns of Yi Peng are launched into the sky with the wish of sending off bad lucks.
Today, people generally take part in these two festivals to observe some of the most amazing scenes on earth with their beloved ones while making merits.