The “Tod Katin” Ceremony is to give monks new monk robes and thus allow lay people to make merit. This ceremony is celebrated within the first month after the Buddhist Lent “rainy season” in every temple in Thailand.


31st of October

(That’s the first day after the rains-retreat ended)

Wat Sanghathan celebrates the annual Katin Festival.


Everyone is welcome to join the celebration!


There are many “Rong Than”, shops where excellent Thai food is offered for free to all the guests from early morning until late in the evening.


The giving of the katin robe and the offerings of the people, who join the festival, will be at 13h afternoon.