Wai Phee Bo is a tradition of paying respect to the group of ghosts. “Phee” and “Bo” are the southern words meaning “ghost” and “group” respectively. It is an important tradition inherited from the remote past along with from the beginning of the Thungwa District. In the past the tradition was separated into their own families. But due to the families became bigger the tradition has been merged into group once a year. The tradition is normally conducted in the front of a market to wish for transference of merit to the dead relatives.