Christmas Day is a joyous time of celebration in Indonesia.
The Christmas spirit is made merrier with Malaysia's tropical weather and friendly people.
You might not get real snow or reindeers, but Christmas in Singapore is as big as any other celebration during the year.
The Filipinos take pride in celebrating the world’s longest Christmas season or Pasko, derived from the Spanish word “pascua”.
Deepavali or the 'Festival of Lights' is celebrated by Hindus with prayers, family gatherings and festivities.
Deepavali dazzles with the most intense of colours - rich saffron and turmeric - illuminated by the light of a thousand oil lamps.
A carnival-like atmosphere pervades on the eve of Malaysia’s Independence Day celebration, as a night of mesmerizing dances, dazzling fireworks displays, and stunning performances by local artists all culminate to the Hari Merdeka countdown.
Idul Adha or Hari Raya Qurban also known as the Muslim Day of Sacrifice, is an Islamic holiday in Indonesia.
The holier of the two major holidays in the Islamic calendar (Hari Raya Puasa is the other one), Aidil Adha commemorates Ibrahim's obedience to Allah's commandment to sacrifice his son.
Singapore roars to life on National Day, as it remembers its colourful rise to independence and beyond.
22 - 26 January 2018