Art and traditional performances are considered integral to the long-standing culture of Lanna. In Prapeni Village, traditional performances, such as the graceful Fon-Ram dance(Thai dancing), have been a significant part of the city's worship of city deities and the dissemination of local wisdom and culture since time immemorial.
Additionally, traditional Lanna attire, including the iconic Nung Pha Sin fabric and garments like the "Kao-Aok", "Kaen Kra-Bok", and shoulder shawls, adorned with high coiffed hair adorned with flowers, metal flowers, and fresh flowers, are also showcased.
Today, we present images of the Fon Ram (Thai Dancing) performance that reflect the concept of "Lanna Light Festival" in various forms such as lanterns, traditional lamps, and Lanna-style flower lanterns. These are often exhibited during the annual Yi Peng Festival, which can be witnessed during the "Tha Phaeng Pateud Song Fah Haksa" Moonlight Parade, taking place from November 23rd to 25th this year, along with other upcoming events.