Naga New Year Festival is one of the rarest ceremonies in Myanmar. There are more than 49 different clans with their own distinctive dresses and dialects.
It was a veritable feast for the eyes at the fourth Singapore Art Week, which ran from 16 to 24 January in 2016. With more than 100 events ranging from art fairs, gallery openings to artsy walks around Singapore, there were plenty of activities for art lovers of all ages.
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.
A surf boarding championship that draws participants from Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. It will be held for the first time in Pantai Sedili, Johor Bahru.
A significant international-level sailing competition featuring 50 sailing boats from round the world and top teams from the Asia Pacific.
At some point in early January, during the 7 days of the colourful Kachin Manaw Festival, the local Kachin tribes – such as the Kharku, Thaisan, Lacheik, Rawang, Thaikhamt and Lisu – adorn themselves with their best traditional costumes and dance around Manaw poles that have been erected at the center of the festival ground are decorated with folk-art.
This is one of the most famous pagoda festivals in Bagan; one of the Asia's most amazing and richest archaeological sites.
Derived from the English word “January”, Ginawari Tambunan is a threeday open market extravaganza that is brought back to life after 36 years.
Globally recognised as a premier international pageant, the Miss Tourism International world nal is the only New Year eve pageant that plays host to more than 30 international beauty queens.
End the year with a bang – literally – at the climax of the Marina Bay Singapore Countdown.
22 - 26 January 2018