Boun Awk Phansa is the water festival in Laos. It is the local Buddhist festival in Laos. It marks the end of the rainy season. The monks will end the rule of not being able to leave the temple for three months. In the night market in Vientiane, I felt like a visit to the temple during the Spring Festival. The surrounding stalls sell all the daily necessities, and the big stereo speakers are standard. bought a hand-made Loi ka thong from the locals, banana trunks, and banana leaves with some patterns, decorated with flowers and candles in the middle. Go along the crowd to find the place where the lights are placed, and the lights on the river are a little bit light. In the morning, there are large offerings and vegetarian meals in the temple. In the evening, the monks of each temple will make a small wooden boat, Heua Fai, decorated with candles and flowers. Later, on other streets, I saw that some of the doorways for doing business would be put in different sizes. The next day was a dragon boat race. It was still a sea of people, so I watched it for a while. The competition was held on the Mekong River, where the Mekong River is the border river and Laos Thailand is across the river.