Celebrated over a period of 15 days, beginning from the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar, Chinese New Year is the most important festival for the global Chinese community.
The International Bamboo Organ Festival began in 1976, one year after the inaugural post-restoration concert on the world’s only Bamboo Organ – an instrument that is almost 200 years old and crafted almost entirely of bamboo.
Vietnamese New Year is known simply as Tet, and is the most important celebration of the year.
As a living icon with important symbolic connotations and historical associations in Laos, the elephant is an animal dear to the hearts of the Lao people. The Elephant Festival is a celebration of culture and traditional ties between Lao communities and elephant, as well as drawing attention to the endangered status of this charismatic Species.
Soak up the festive atmosphere of Chinese New Year during the celebrations held in Singapore’s Chinatown. Observed by Singaporeans from all walks of life, the festival begins on the 1st day of the 1st month in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th day.
A celebration of all things Chinese at Singapore’s iconic Floating Platform @ Marina Bay. You will be astounded by the larger-than life lanterns depicting figures of Chinese myth and legend, handcrafted onsite by craftsmen from China.
Come and sail in Neptune Regatta as you enjoy the beauty of the sea along the equatorial line. With great sailing, picturesque tropical islands, delicious food, and lots of fun, Neptune Regatta starts from Batam’s Nongsa Point Marina to the Equator.
The fiesta is an opportunity to share and exchange cultures and traditions with visiting pilots from all over the world. They are given a taste of Filipino hospitality and the fiesta spirit.
A new festival graciously organized by His Majesty King Rama X.
Celebrated since 1995, the Panagbenga Festival is a showcase for floral floats and native dances such as the Cañao, wherein the man leads the woman in a circle, accompanied by the beat of sticks and gongs and shouts from the audience.
14 - 18 January 2019
Ha Long Bay,