The end of Ramadan is marked with feasting, family reunions, and open houses in the Muslim-majority countries of Indonesia and Malaysia; Eid is also a public holiday in Singapore, which has a vibrant Malay community.
This is one of the most important events in the calendar. The celebration goes on for 2 weeks...
Every 120 day cycle, the Balinese celebrate the victory of virtue over evil with the ten-day feast called Galungan. During Galungan, the Balinese believe that all the gods descend on earth to celebrate, and the spirits of ancestors visit their homes. Thus Galungan rituals and offerings are meant to welcome these otherworldly spirits to the material realm.
Celebrate the 7th anniversary of the inscription of the historic cities of George Town and Melaka as a UNESCO World Heritage Site packed with memorable events for everyone. The twin-city celebrations will bring visitors on the ground to historic sites to enjoy cultural performances, heritage appreciation and have an overall good time.
The Penang MITM Travel Fair is back with great travel bargains for all. Attractive domestic travel packages are available to suit your needs and interests for adventure, romantic getaway, affordable family holidays, or luxury retreats!
The Myanmar month of Waso is the beginning of the monsoon rains. It is also the start of the Buddhist Lent...
Held every June, the festival pays homage to Tacloban’s patron saint, Señor Santo Niño de Tacloban...
Shopaholic alert! One of the three major shopping seasons in the country is back with mega shopping excitement, dining options, endless entertainment and fun-filled activities!
The Phi Ta Khon Festival is part of Buddhist merit-making holiday called 'Bun Luang' or 'Boon Prawat'. This year's festival will take place in July in Dan Sai district of Loei Province. It is a belief that this annual Bun Luang festival is related to the thirteen sermons of Prince Vessandorn where local people will gather at the temple to listen to the sermons recited by the monks. There are also various activities such as the parade of people who dance and strike poses while wearing huge masks made from carved coconut-tree trunks, topped with wicker work and sticky-rice steamers, various performances from local people along with bazaar where OTOP goods can be found.
For a whole month, Singapore celebrates the arts with a smorgasbord of theatre, dance and music performances.
22 - 26 January 2018