• KL Saracens International 10s Rugby From 18 February 2017 - 19 February 2017

    The KL Saracens Rugby Club was originally fathers and son getting together at a weekend to train and play rugby, this was back in 2003 and was held at the Astaka Ground in Petaling Jaya.

  • Boun Xang - Elephant Festival From 17 February 2017 - 19 February 2017

    As a living icon with important symbolic connotations and historical associations in Laos, the elephant is an animal dear to the hearts of the Lao people. The Elephant Festival is a celebration of culture and traditional ties between Lao communities and elephant, as well as drawing attention to the endangered status of this charismatic Species.

  • Balok Wind Challenge From 17 February 2017 - 19 February 2017

    Held at Pantai Balok, Kuantan, Pahang, this event features wind surfing & kite surfing competitions. Enjoy the atmosphere with competitors and supporters from various nations.

  • Chingay Festival 17 February 2017

    This is a special Chinese New Year Celebration when devotees take the five deities from Johor Bahru old temple on their annual ‘tour’.

  • Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open Golf Tournament From 16 February 2017 - 26 February 2017

    Cambodia is regular host to the Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open golf tournament. There are many golf courses in Cambodia; all of which are of international standard.

  • Wedding Ceremonies on Elephants Back 2017 14 February 2017

    Wedding Registration on Elephants is held on Valentine's day at Elephant Study Center, Tah Toom District, Surin Province. The ceremony known as "Sud Tae Ceremony", is the traditional wedding of the local tribe called "Guay".

  • Meak Bochea Day 11 February 2017

    The full moon of the 3rd lunar month marks the celebration of Meak Bochea Day, an important Buddhist holiday which usually falls in late February or early March. Historically, this day commemorates the ordainment of Buddha’s first 1,250 disciples, who spontaneously came to see him and to listen to his sermon 2,500 years ago.

  • Cap Goh Meh Festival 11 February 2017

    While you may not immediately think of Indonesia when it comes to Chinese New Year celebrations, the 15th day of the Lunar New Year – usually in mid-February – is heartily celebrated in areas of Indonesia with large ethnic Chinese populations (where it is known as “Cap Go Meh”).

  • Boun Vat Phou Champasak 11 February 2017

    This is the largest festival in Champasak province and one of the largest in the entire country. This festival attracts thousands of people each year, who gather at the base of the ancient Vat Phou temple for prayer ceremonies and to enjoy the festivities.

  • Boun Khao Chi - Makha Boucha Day 2017 11 February 2017

    A ceremony is held at the "Vat" (temple) in the morning, when special "bread" made of sticky rice is offered. This festival is held during the third full moon of the lunar calendar.

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14 - 18 January 2019

Ha Long Bay,
Viet Nam