World Class Festivals In Asia

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Publish Date : 2021-04-17 10:08:07
World Class Festivals In Asia

Here's a mini guide to some of Asia's best festivals to help you plan your round the world trip.

Chinese New Year - China
This is the ultimate time to experience China when you're travelling around the world, and takes place every February. It's a festival of real love and understanding. Windows and doors will be decorated with red colour paper-cuts and couplets with popular themes of "happiness", "wealth", and "longevity". On the Eve of Chinese New Year, supper is a feast for families, including traditional mooncakes and ending with firecrackers.

Tet - Vietnam

This is celebrated on the same day as Chinese New Year and seen as the first day of spring. It's a real family occasion for the Vietnamese, and if you stop here during Tet on your round the world trip you'll see houses decorated with bonsai trees, marigold and paper flowers.

Losar - Tibet
One of the most remote and remarkable festivals on earth, with monks in bright traditional dress taking part in uniquely Tibetan rituals. This is bound to be a highlight of any round the world trip.

Holi - India
Wild, surreal and psychedelic, this is India's rowdiest festivals, so be prepared for a hectic atmosphere if you're stopping here for Holi when you travel around the world. Basically, in late March, everyone throws coloured paint over everyone else in a frantic party spirit. It's bizarre but it's certainly a very Indian experience.

Diwali - India
Diwali usually takes place in late October or early November. It's the biggest festival in India, and you'll be in for a real treat if you stop to enjoy the festivities while you're travelling around the world. Thousands of fireworks and crackers take off into the night sky and families gather together for their annual puja (prayer).

Deepawali - Nepal
This is celebrated at the same time as Diwali in India, and it's a great time to go trekking in Nepal while you're travelling around the world. The tiny villages in the Himalayas will all be celebrating with fireworks, music and dancing, and the Nepalis really know how to party.

Rainforest Music Festival - Borneo
Set to take place in the Sarawak Cultural Village in Borneo during July 2011, this music festival is no ordinary affair. It features artists from all over the world, in a truly extraordinary setting. Workshops are held in the replica longhouses, and audiences are seated on mats while listening to international rhythms blend with the sounds of the jungle. Evening gigs are held on a stage built by the lake, under the open sky.

These are just a few ideas to get you going. If you manage to squeez

Here's a mini guide to some of Asia's best festivals to help you plan your round the world trip.

Chinese New Year - China
This is the ultimate time to experience China when you're travelling around the world, and takes place every February. It's a festival of real love and understanding. Windows and doors will be decorated with red colour paper-cuts and couplets with popular themes of "happiness", "wealth", and "longevity". On the Eve of Chinese New Year, supper is a feast for families, including traditional mooncakes and ending with firecrackers.

Tet - Vietnam

This is celebrated on the same day as Chinese New Year and seen as the first day of spring. It's a real family occasion for the Vietnamese, and if you stop here during Tet on your round the world trip you'll see houses decorated with bonsai trees, marigold and paper flowers.

Losar - Tibet
One of the most remote and remarkable festivals on earth, with monks in bright traditional dress taking part in uniquely Tibetan rituals. This is bound to be a highlight of any round the world trip.

Holi - India
Wild, surreal and psychedelic, this is India's rowdiest festivals, so be prepared for a hectic atmosphere if you're stopping here for Holi when you travel around the world. Basically, in late March, everyone throws coloured paint over everyone else in a frantic party spirit. It's bizarre but it's certainly a very Indian experience.

Diwali - India
Diwali usually takes place in late October or early November. It's the biggest festival in India, and you'll be in for a real treat if you stop to enjoy the festivities while you're travelling around the world. Thousands of fireworks and crackers take off into the night sky and families gather together for their annual puja (prayer).

Deepawali - Nepal
This is celebrated at the same time as Diwali in India, and it's a great time to go trekking in Nepal while you're travelling around the world. The tiny villages in the Himalayas will all be celebrating with fireworks, music and dancing, and the Nepalis really know how to party.

Rainforest Music Festival - Borneo
Set to take place in the Sarawak Cultural Village in Borneo during July 2011, this music festival is no ordinary affair. It features artists from all over the world, in a truly extraordinary setting. Workshops are held in the replica longhouses, and audiences are seated on mats while listening to international rhythms blend with the sounds of the jungle. Evening gigs are held on a stage built by the lake, under the open sky.

These are just a few ideas to get you going. If you manage to squeez

Here's a mini guide to some of Asia's best festivals to help you plan your round the world trip.

Chinese New Year - China
This is the ultimate time to experience China when you're travelling around the world, and takes place every February. It's a festival of real love and understanding. Windows and doors will be decorated with red colour paper-cuts and couplets with popular themes of "happiness", "wealth", and "longevity". On the Eve of Chinese New Year, supper is a feast for families, including traditional mooncakes and ending with firecrackers.

Tet - Vietnam

This is celebrated on the same day as Chinese New Year and seen as the first day of spring. It's a real family occasion for the Vietnamese, and if you stop here during Tet on your round the world trip you'll see houses decorated with bonsai trees, marigold and paper flowers.

Losar - Tibet
One of the most remote and remarkable festivals on earth, with monks in bright traditional dress taking part in uniquely Tibetan rituals. This is bound to be a highlight of any round the world trip.

Holi - India
Wild, surreal and psychedelic, this is India's rowdiest festivals, so be prepared for a hectic atmosphere if you're stopping here for Holi when you travel around the world. Basically, in late March, everyone throws coloured paint over everyone else in a frantic party spirit. It's bizarre but it's certainly a very Indian experience.

Diwali - India
Diwali usually takes place in late October or early November. It's the biggest festival in India, and you'll be in for a real treat if you stop to enjoy the festivities while you're travelling around the world. Thousands of fireworks and crackers take off into the night sky and families gather together for their annual puja (prayer).

Deepawali - Nepal
This is celebrated at the same time as Diwali in India, and it's a great time to go trekking in Nepal while you're travelling around the world. The tiny villages in the Himalayas will all be celebrating with fireworks, music and dancing, and the Nepalis really know how to party.

Rainforest Music Festival - Borneo
Set to take place in the Sarawak Cultural Village in Borneo during July 2011, this music festival is no ordinary affair. It features artists from all over the world, in a truly extraordinary setting. Workshops are held in the replica longhouses, and audiences are seated on mats while listening to international rhythms blend with the sounds of the jungle. Evening gigs are held on a stage built by the lake, under the open sky.

These are just a few ideas to get you going. If you manage to squeez

Here's a mini guide to some of Asia's best festivals to help you plan your round the world trip.

Chinese New Year - China
This is the ultimate time to experience China when you're travelling around the world, and takes place every February. It's a festival of real love and understanding. Windows and doors will be decorated with red colour paper-cuts and couplets with popular themes of "happiness", "wealth", and "longevity". On the Eve of Chinese New Year, supper is a feast for families, including traditional mooncakes and ending with firecrackers.

Tet - Vietnam

This is celebrated on the same day as Chinese New Year and seen as the first day of spring. It's a real family occasion for the Vietnamese, and if you stop here during Tet on your round the world trip you'll see houses decorated with bonsai trees, marigold and paper flowers.

Losar - Tibet
One of the most remote and remarkable festivals on earth, with monks in bright traditional dress taking part in uniquely Tibetan rituals. This is bound to be a highlight of any round the world trip.

Holi - India
Wild, surreal and psychedelic, this is India's rowdiest festivals, so be prepared for a hectic atmosphere if you're stopping here for Holi when you travel around the world. Basically, in late March, everyone throws coloured paint over everyone else in a frantic party spirit. It's bizarre but it's certainly a very Indian experience.

Diwali - India
Diwali usually takes place in late October or early November. It's the biggest festival in India, and you'll be in for a real treat if you stop to enjoy the festivities while you're travelling around the world. Thousands of fireworks and crackers take off into the night sky and families gather together for their annual puja (prayer).

Deepawali - Nepal
This is celebrated at the same time as Diwali in India, and it's a great time to go trekking in Nepal while you're travelling around the world. The tiny villages in the Himalayas will all be celebrating with fireworks, music and dancing, and the Nepalis really know how to party.

Rainforest Music Festival - Borneo
Set to take place in the Sarawak Cultural Village in Borneo during July 2011, this music festival is no ordinary affair. It features artists from all over the world, in a truly extraordinary setting. Workshops are held in the replica longhouses, and audiences are seated on mats while listening to international rhythms blend with the sounds of the jungle. Evening gigs are held on a stage built by the lake, under the open sky.

These are just a few ideas to get you going. If you manage to squeez

Here's a mini guide to some of Asia's best festivals to help you plan your round the world trip.

Chinese New Year - China
This is the ultimate time to experience China when you're travelling around the world, and takes place every February. It's a festival of real love and understanding. Windows and doors will be decorated with red colour paper-cuts and couplets with popular themes of "happiness", "wealth", and "longevity". On the Eve of Chinese New Year, supper is a feast for families, including traditional mooncakes and ending with firecrackers.

Tet - Vietnam

This is celebrated on the same day as Chinese New Year and seen as the first day of spring. It's a real family occasion for the Vietnamese, and if you stop here during Tet on your round the world trip you'll see houses decorated with bonsai trees, marigold and paper flowers.

Losar - Tibet
One of the most remote and remarkable festivals on earth, with monks in bright traditional dress taking part in uniquely Tibetan rituals. This is bound to be a highlight of any round the world trip.

Holi - India
Wild, surreal and psychedelic, this is India's rowdiest festivals, so be prepared for a hectic atmosphere if you're stopping here for Holi when you travel around the world. Basically, in late March, everyone throws coloured paint over everyone else in a frantic party spirit. It's bizarre but it's certainly a very Indian experience.

Diwali - India
Diwali usually takes place in late October or early November. It's the biggest festival in India, and you'll be in for a real treat if you stop to enjoy the festivities while you're travelling around the world. Thousands of fireworks and crackers take off into the night sky and families gather together for their annual puja (prayer).

Deepawali - Nepal
This is celebrated at the same time as Diwali in India, and it's a great time to go trekking in Nepal while you're travelling around the world. The tiny villages in the Himalayas will all be celebrating with fireworks, music and dancing, and the Nepalis really know how to party.

Rainforest Music Festival - Borneo
Set to take place in the Sarawak Cultural Village in Borneo during July 2011, this music festival is no ordinary affair. It features artists from all over the world, in a truly extraordinary setting. Workshops are held in the replica longhouses, and audiences are seated on mats while listening to international rhythms blend with the sounds of the jungle. Evening gigs are held on a stage built by the lake, under the open sky.

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