In the iconic Marina Bay every year, Singapore puts on an extravagant show to usher in the New Year. Leading up to the turn of every year, the bay comes alive with a playground of activities that offer a wide range of experiences for visitors young and old.
Christmas Day is a joyous time of celebration in Indonesia.
The Christmas spirit is made merrier with Malaysia's tropical weather and friendly people.
The Filipinos take pride in celebrating the world’s longest Christmas season or Pasko, derived from the Spanish word “pascua”.
Flaunt that beach bod and slip into your comfiest flip flops—ZoukOut returns this year with a line-up of electronic dance music (EDM) A-listers.
This celebrates the 1975 victory of the people over the monarchy. However, it is mainly a day for government events and public participation is limited to flying the Lao and Communist flags.
With Christmas markets, carols and the big man Santa Claus himself, Christmas at Gardens by the Bay is magical fun.
The Loi (or Loy) Krathong festival is celebrated nationwide as the full moon of the 12th lunar month – usually in November – lights up the night sky.
Celebrated during the full moon of the Buddhist month of Kadeuk (usually in November), the Cambodian Water Festival known as Bon Om Touk heralds the reversal of the flow of the Tonle Sap river, a major focus of life for many Cambodians. The festival also commemorates the end of the country’s rainy season, and its origins date back to the 12th century.
After the rains, the monks would need new robes and on the full moon day, the offering of new robes for the monks are held. It is called the Khahtein ceremony.
22 - 26 January 2018