World Kite Festival is an annual event held at Bukit Layang-Layang, Pasir Gudang, Johor and gathered almost 230 international kite flyer (participant) from 40 countries.
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. The month-long event, also known as the Baguio Flower Festival, pays homage to the beautiful flowers the city is famous for and also serves as a celebration of Baguio’s re-establishment in the wake of the disastrous 1990 earthquake. Panagbenga is a term for ‘season of blooming’ and in addition to the floral float parades there is also a street dancing parade, a Mr. and Ms. Baguio Flower Festival, a skateboard competition, fun runs, and plenty more.
The only hot air balloon festival in Penang featuring 15 and more hot air balloons by international and local balloonists. To be held at Padang Polo, Penang.
First established in 2012, Indonesia Fashion Week is not just any ordinary fashion event, but a progressive stylish movement. It fuses fashion, competition, and trade shows, featuring the latest trends in fashion, aiming to provide a grounded direction to Indonesian fashion industry.
This surfing competition was first held in 2010 and introduces surfing as a fun form of activity for tourists on Tioman Island.
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.
Soak up the festive atmosphere of Chinese New Year during the 2-week-long celebrations held in Singapore’s Chinatown.
Bintan’s 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.
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.
Vietnamese New Year is known simply as Tet, and is the most important celebration of the year.
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