Taking place in the city of Cirebon, Gotrasawala introduces various high-quality West Javanese art performances. This international festival is known for regularly inviting both critically acclaimed and highly prestigious bands, ensembles, speakers, and craftsmen from various parts of the country and the world in one epic set list.
Not to be taken for granted, north Bali has a robust heritage to preserve and celebrate. Buleleng Festival, as a gateway to a fun fiesta, appreciates the local arts and cultures. By integrating education, social, and environmental aspects, Buleleng Festival combines them and makes an exciting cultural promotion dedicated for vacationers.
Bringing together the finest writers, artists, and scholars from across Southeast Asia, the ASEAN Literary Festival 2017 will take place on 3rd to 6th August 2017 at the Old Batavia Complex in the capital city of Jakarta .
Witness a spectacular procession of the City Pillar Deities with a variety of Sino-Thai cultural performances, lantern parade, Loi Krathong ceremony, release of traditional animals, Golden Dragon show, Thing Krachan merit-making, etc.
Watch the incredible Thai fabric and silk fashion show by professional models.
Participate in the amazing Mini Marathon through a forest to Sai Khao Waterfall or you can also opt for Fun Run, VIP bike rally for tourism. Other activities are hiking through the woods to look for RC, conquering Sankalakiri mountain range. Enjoy the exclusively held acitivity of sitting back on a jeep, tasting fruit and traveling through the historic Sai Khao community.
Experience the thrill and excitement of rafting down the historic and beautiful Pahang River.
After the successful inaugural edition last year, the challenging running event of Toraja Marathon will again take place this year on 29th July 2017. Just as last year, hundreds of runners will compete not just to be the fastest distance runner but to emerge as champion in the fierce competition set across the magnificent landscape Toraja Highlands, South Sulawesi Povince.
Almost 200 dancers will join a parade across Tran Hung Dao street, which runs along the bank of Han river, while performing rhythmic Latin dances such as tango, disco, rumba, and bachata.
The traditional arts theater presents classical masterpieces synonymous with the Malaysian culture.
22 - 26 January 2018