This year marks the 10th anniversary of Thailand’s first and only International Balloon Festival.
The full moon of the 3rd lunar month marks the celebration of Meak Bochea Day, an important Buddhist holiday which usually falls in late February or early March. Historically, this day commemorates the ordainment of Buddha’s first 1,250 disciples, who spontaneously came to see him and to listen to his sermon 2,500 years ago.
With only the best in women’s golf invited to grace the greens and a slew of local and international acts at its six-hour-long music showcase, HSBC Women’s Champions 2017 (HWC) showed everyone a swinging good time.
Dong Nhan Temple is located in Dong Nhan Precinct, Hai Ba Trung District, Ha Noi. The festival of Dong Nhan Temple is held annually from the 3rd to the 6th day of the second lunar month.
The only hot air balloon festival in Penang featuring 15 and more hot air balloons by international and local balloonists.
The entire nation of Brunei participates in this joyous occasion, which many citizens prepare for months in advance.
This is a special Chinese New Year Celebration when devotees take the five deities from Johor Bahru old temple on their annual ‘tour’.
If a single event could capture the essence of Singapore’s unique multicultural personality, it would be the Chingay Parade – an annual marvel of dazzling floats, dancing dragons and stilt walkers.
On the early morning of the 5th day of Tet Ky Dau (in the first lunar month of 1789), King Quang Trung defeated the Qin troops at Dong Da Hill, which became a glorious historical site of Vietnamese nation.
Chinese New Year Festival is celebrated with great aplomb and festivity. There are traditional Chinese song and dance performances with a colorful street parade featuring vibrantly painted dragons and lions. At the peak of the event, thousands of Chinese lanterns are released into the sky.