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We treated ourselves to a couple nights at The Racha Resort during our stay in Phuket. You get there by a private boat as it's about 12 miles south of Phuket. It's situated on a beautiful beach and ...
The Lantern Festival falls on the 15th of January on the lunar calendar (February 6th on the Western calendar). Lanterns of different styles can be found in the old town bazaar of Shanghai .
There is a good fishing tour in Koh Samui where my brother caught a fish with an eel in its mouth!! It was an enjoyable day had by all!
This tour included white water rafting, elephant rides, ATV and swimming underneath a waterfall. On the way there we also went to a monkey temple.
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. ...
While in Koh Samui we went riding on ATVs up in the mountains which was an awesome experience and a great way to see the landscape. When we went it had just recently rained and so it was all misty ...
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 Bangkok Expert: Natt, Thailand, December 2011
After all the flood problems of previous months around Bangkok, the Thai people prefer to leave the bad memory behind and look forward to the New Year with a smile. The Bangkok Countdown Ha Ha Ha ...
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 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 ...
Written by Shanghai Expert: Harris, China, December 2011
Spring Festival is one of the most important traditional Chinese holidays with a history of over 2,000 years. It is the occasion when all family members gather together and everyone needs to go back ...
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 ...
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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