Running for 15 days, the Phchum Ben Day Festival is dedicated to blessing the spirits of the dead. This is one of the most culturally significant in Cambodia, culminating in celebrations on the 15th day of the tenth month in the Khmer lunar calendar, at the end of the Buddhist lent (usually late September or early to mid-October).
The Phuket Vegetarian Festival has its origin around 180 years ago when a Chinese opera company travelled to the area. On the 6th day of the festival, a religious procession takes place around the city. Part of this procession involves acts of face and body piercing. Throughout this period, many of the locals wear white clothes to represent purity.
The first MotoGP in Thailand will be taking place in Chang International Circuit, Buri Ram Province. World’s famous riders, Marc Marquez, Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi, will lead more than 90 talented drivers, including the one and only Thai to participate in the Moto3 World Championship throughout the season, Honda Team Asia’s Nakarin Atiratphuvapat, alongside wild card Thai riders to excite motorsport fans in Thailand.
The cluster monuments of Tran Temple is located in the surbub of Nam Dinh in a large area of more than 10 hecta with many communal houses, pagodas, temples, tombs, stone shrines which were errected at the place where the old palaces used to stand.
As one of the homes for the most abundant and expertly created handicrafts, Indonesia has been exhibiting their finest craftsmen in several events; one of the largest is the Jakarta International Handicraft Trade Fair (INACRAFT).
Marking the end of the autumn harvest, the Mid-Autumn Festival was traditionally a time to give thanks to the gods.
Enjoy the evening celebrations as the community of Tambunan celebrate with their custom made lanterns and parade around the town of Tambunan.
The GREAT Food Festival, swoon over top chefs from around the world as they perform culinary magic. Don’t get too distracted, though—there will be plenty to stuff your bellies with.
Citrawarna is an annual festival organised by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia which incorporates a variety of components including parades, dance performances and cultural demonstrations.
SUKMA Games is the largest and most prestigious national-level tournament in Malaysia, held once every two years to explore new talents.
14 - 18 January 2019
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