The annual Rap Bua Festival, meaning ‘ritual of receiving lotus flowers’, is a one-of-a-kind ancient Buddhist tradition celebrated in Bang Phli District, Samut Prakan province.
Chonburi’s annual Buffalo Racing Festival is one of most exciting events normally held at the end of Buddhist Lent, or Ok Phansa, with a tradition that dates back over 140 years.
The Lai Reua Fai, Nakhon Phanom’s famous and mythological annual illuminated boats festival, is considered one of the Kingdom’s most spectacular cultural festivals to mark the end of Buddhist Lent, or Ok Phansa.
Originally, the Asia Tri Jogja featured three prominent artists only from three different countries: South Korea, Japan, and Indonesia; today, the Asia Tri Jogja is showing renowned artists from various parts of the world. The Asia Tri Jogja offers several activities that vary year by year; these activities include an art space, dance performances, as well as batik and dance workshops.
Lovina Festival takes place by the beach in the surrounding villages of Kalibukbuk and Kaliasem. With its sparkling black sand and magical sunset, the festival blends north Bali’s natural beauty with creative entertainment.
Banyuwangi, located at the east-most tip of the island of Java will again hold the exciting annual international cycling event: the International Tour de Banyuwangi-Ijen 2017, to be held from 27th to 30th September 2017. Combining the thrilling sport of bicycle racing with tourism, the Tour de Banyuwangi is on the very top of the list in this year’s Banyuwangi Calendar of Events and Festivals.
Malaysia’s largest culinary competition gathers international chefs and culinary artists from more than 14 countries including Europe and the Middle East.
Known nationally as Paris Van Java, Bandung has been a melting pot of fashion trends, arts, and subcultures from around the world since the 20th century. To commemorate the anniversary of the city, the Culture and Tourism Office of Bandung presents Milangkala Bandung Festival, a festival that parceled Bandung as the city of modern culture.
The Saraburi Long Boat Race Festival, an ancient cultural event that dates to the golden age of Thailand’s Ayutthaya era, is held to mark the end of Buddhist Lent, or Ok Phansa.
Held at Rompin, this challenge is based on a catch and release concept. The competition is an annual event for fishing enthusiasts to pit their skills in catching bill fish.
22 - 26 January 2018