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Written by John Reality, Cambodia, March 2012
As with previous years, the 2012 Peach Blossom Festival will be held
daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. from late March to early April (March
25-April 20) at the Nanhui Peach Blossom Village in Shanghai ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, May 2012
Any trip to Singapore
should take the many festivals and festivities that take place in the
city into consideration. The following is a list of the most popular and
widely attended events. ...
Written by Kyoto Expert: Satoko, Japan, May 2012
May is one of the perfect seasons to enjoy Kyoto !
Why don’t you enjoy really fresh air in the cozy, late Spring weather
strolling through the comfortable paths surrounded by beautiful green ...
Written by Emma, Australia, March 2012
The highlight in Japan
in April has to be the visually stunning Takayama Festival (April
14-15) with its colorful, musical parade that features floats from the
Edo Period. Read on for more ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2013
Perhaps Southeast Asia’s most famous music festival, the five day four night yoga and dance fair known as the Bali Spirit Festival gives people of all walks of life an opportunity to bond over not ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2012
Known elsewhere around the world as the Mid-Autumn Festival, Mooncake Festival, Lantern Festival or Zhongqiu Festival, the Bangkok
Moon Festival is a celebration enjoyed by all; offering an ...
Written by Emma, Australia, July 2011
Tanzhesi Temple Zen Tea Culture Festival – Jul. 7 to Sep. 10 2011
One of Beijing’s oldest and best-known temples, the Tanzhesi (or Tanzhe) Temple is holding a Zen Tea Culture Festival from July ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, April 2012
The Songkran Festival that coincides annually with the Thai New Year is, among other things, a no holds barred water fight that has left many an unsuspecting tourist scrambling to find a towel. ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, January 2013
As if Thailand ’s
Chiang Mai was not beautiful enough, the town really springs to life in
the first weekend of February as public parks and shops display
thousands of bright colored flowers for ...
Written by Lydia, December 2012
biggest and most important holiday falls on the lunar new year,
typically in late January or early February, but if your plans bring you
to China for Gregorian New Year’s Eve, you ...
Written by Lydia, August 2012
Mid-Autumn Festival, also called the Moon Festival, is the second most
important holiday of the year after the Lunar New Year. The event occurs
on the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar ...
The Lunar New Year, or Chinese New Year, is Taiwan’s most important and longest holiday. Spending time in Taiwan during the two-week holiday offers insight into the Taiwanese culture that you ...
Chinese New Year is to China
(and much of Asia) what the Christmas season is to the West. This most
important holiday of the year in China is a time when families gather
together to honor their ...
Written by Bangkok Expert: Natt, Thailand, January 2012
The 2012 New Year’s celebration is over. But for 1.4 billion Chinese in China, they are just starting the process of preparing for the Chinese New Year on January 23, 2012. Editor’s Note: This ...
Chinese New Year, also called Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, is an exciting time to be in Beijing. As China‘s most important holiday, Chinese New Year gives visitors a chance to experience some ...
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