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Oct 03

Karen New Year Festival – Myanmar

The Karen New Year is observed on the first day of Pyathoe, the tenth lunar month in the Myanmar calendar. This means it usually falls in December or January in the Western calendar and can occur in both months in the same year or not at all in some years. This festival is a time […]

Oct 02

Tet Holiday – Vietnam

Tet is short for “Tet Nguyen Dan”, which is the most important celebration in Vietnamese culture and a major holiday across the country. It marks the beginning of the lunar calendar and typically lasts for seven to ten days. Vietnamese prepare for Tet by cooking specific New Year foods, cleaning out their homes, buying new […]

Oct 02

Lim Festival – Vietnam

Annually, the Lim festival takes place from 13th to 15th of the first lunar month and held in Lim Village 18km from Hanoi, this festival originally celebrated Ba Mu, who led her life as a Buddhist nun at Lim Pagoda. The festival is held on Ba Mu’s Day of enlightenment and is famous for showcasing […]

Oct 02

Kala Pola Festival – Sri Lanka

The sidewalks of Ananda Coomaraswamy Mawatha in Colombo 07, alongside and opposite the National Art Gallery, come alive every month with Sri Lanka’s popular open-air art fair “Kala Pola”. This colourful event offers visitors a myriad of artistic creations representing a kaleidoscope of talent and skill of the island’s artist and sculptors. The event changed […]

Oct 02

Yen Tu Festival – Vietnam

The Yen Tu Festival shows Vietnam’s Zen Buddhist community converging in a spectacular pilgrimage to the Dong Pagoda in the Yen Tu mountains of Quang Ninh Province. Yen Tu Festival commences annually on the 10th day of the first lunar month and lasts for three months. Tens of thousands of pilgrims begin their journey to […]

Oct 12

Punakha Drubchen Festival – Bhutan

Punakha Drubchen is a significant religious festival held annually in the Punakha Dzong, a historic fortress and monastery in Bhutan. It commemorates the victory of the Bhutanese over Tibetan invaders in the 17th century and includes elaborate mask dances, traditional rituals, and cultural performances. Punakha Drubchen is known for its unique and colorful ceremonies, making […]

Oct 02

Holi Festival – India

As Holi Festival heralds spring, it is celebrated as Basant Utsav or The Festival Of Spring in its floral splendor in Tagore’s Shantiniketan. Women adorn themselves in floral ornaments and with garlands of the red “palash” flowers in their tresses singing the maestro’s innumerable memorable songs as they pass through the entire campus. Holi has […]

Oct 03

Blessed Rainy Day – Bhutan

Blessed Rainy Day arrives near the end of the annual monsoons, at the end of the agricultural season, and at the beginning of harvest time. The day is celebrated to thank the rain that fell during the monsoon and to pray for a bountiful harvest. The tradition is for people to take a bath outside […]

Oct 03

Thingyan Water Festival – Myanmar

Thingyan festival is the Burmese New Year Festival sometimes called Thingyan Water Festival because water throwing, water spraying, and dousing on each other are the main activities during this festival. It usually falls in the third part of April (from 13th to 16th April). Thingyan Water Festival is meant to celebrate the descent of Thagyamin, […]

Oct 02

Ram Navami Festival – India

Ram Navami being the day when Lord Rama appeared in his human and divine form, is celebrated with great reverence and festivities all over India, but especially in the sacred city of Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh. Leading up to Ram Navami, Hindus observe the 9-day fast during the Chaitra Navaratri which consists of abstinence from […]

Oct 02

Sinhala & Tamil New Year Festival – Sri Lanka

Celebrated by all Sinhala & Tamil, the traditional New Year celebrations fall on between 12 to 14 April. It is to celebrate the Sun God’s passage from Pisces to Aries. It is a harvest thanksgiving and is mainly celebrated by the villagers in true traditional style. A colourful and extravagant festival, this season is usually […]

Oct 12

Indian Buddha’s Birthday – LPC TRAVEL

Every May, India and Buddhists worldwide celebrate Buddha Purnima, the occasion marking the birth, enlightenment, and death of Siddhartha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism. This significant event takes place on the full moon day of the Vaisakha month and holds deep spiritual meaning. Buddhists visit temples and pilgrimage sites, engage in meditation and prayer, perform […]

Oct 12

Da Nang International Fireworks Festival – Vietnam

Da Nang International Fireworks Festival is not just a celebration but an international competition where different countries showcase their pyrotechnic skills. To have the best view of firecrackers, you can go by the banks of Han River, on iconic bridges of Day Nang, can take a boat ride or can watch from the hotel rooftop. […]

Oct 12

Boun Bang Fai Festival – Laos

Boun Bang Fai, also known as the Rocket Festival, is an annual traditional celebration held in several regions of Laos and northeastern Thailand, particularly in Isan. This lively event  involves the launching of large, homemade rockets into the sky to pray for plentiful rains and a bountiful harvest. The festival includes music, dance, colorful parades, […]

Oct 12

Chol Chnam Thmay New Year – Cambodia

The country’s most famous holiday, with towns and cities becoming deserted as people return home to their families. Chol Chnam Thmay New Year is a New Year festival according to the traditional calendar of the Khmer people, taking place in three days from April 14 to 16 of the solar calendar. “Chol” means “in” and […]

Oct 12

Kataragama Perahera Festival

The Kataragama Perahera Festival is a vibrant and culturally significant religious event held annually in Kataragama, Sri Lanka. It features colorful processions, music, dance, and rituals dedicated to the deity Kataragama Deviyo. Pilgrims and devotees from various faiths come to partake in this celebration, making it a symbol of religious harmony. This event is a […]

Oct 03

Martyrs’ Day In Myanmar

People in Myanmar celebrate Martyrs’ Day on July 19 each year, one of the most important national holidays in the country.  Martyrs’ Day was initially created to commemorate the memory of renowned fallen figures within the Myanmar independence movement. On this day, many Myanmar leaders will visit the Martyrs’ Mausoleum in the capital Yangon to […]

Oct 12

Vu Lan Festival – Vietnam- LPC TRAVEL

The Vu Lan Festival is a significant and deeply rooted Buddhist celebration in Vietnam. During this festival, Vietnamese Buddhists express their filial piety by making offerings to their ancestors and praying for the souls of the deceased, particularly those who may be suffering in the afterlife. Activities include visiting pagodas, releasing captive animals as a […]

Oct 03

The Matsutake Mushroom Festival – Bhutan

The Matsutake Mushroom Festival falls during mushroom season in summer every year. The festival takes place in two different locations Genekha in Thimphu and Ura valley in Bumthang. At the festival, visitors will be learn to identify these fabled mushrooms as they embark on mushroom picking excursion around the pristine forests and hills.  During the […]

Oct 03

Wangduephodrang Tshechu Festival – Bhutan

The annual Wangduephodrang Tshechu was introduced by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal after he built Wangduephodrang Dzong in 1638. The Tshechu features dances by monks and laymen and concludes with the unfurling of the Guru Tshengye Thongdroel where people throng to receive blessings. The Tshechu is particularly famous for the Raksha Mangcham or the Dance of the […]

Oct 03

Blessed Rainy Day – Bhutan

Blessed Rainy Day arrives near the end of the annual monsoons, at the end of the agricultural season, and at the beginning of harvest time. The day is celebrated to thank the rain that fell during the monsoon and to pray for a bountiful harvest. The tradition is for people to take a bath outside […]

Oct 12

Bull Racing Festival – Vietnam

The Bull Racing Festival is a traditional event celebrated in some regions of Vietnam, particularly in An Giang Province in the Mekong Delta. This festival typically occurs during the harvest season, which is usually in the latter part of the year, around October or November. The festival features exciting bull racing competitions, with pairs of […]

Oct 02

Water Festival and Boat Racing – Cambodia

For the people of Cambodia, the Water Festival and Bon Om Touk (The Pirogue Racing Festival) in Phnom Penh is the most magnificent traditional festival. For three days Phnom Penh citizens, foreign tourists and peasants from various provinces gather in the capital to celebrate festival night day. The water festival had background for so long […]

Oct 02

Diwali Festival – India

Diwali is a five day festival starts on Dhanteras. On Dhanteras people buy jewelry or utensils and worship God. On the second day they put flowers and mango leaves on their doors and windows. Firecrackers are burst in order to drive away evil spirits. During Diwali, all the celebrants wear new clothes, share sweets and […]

Oct 02

Cambodia Independence Day

Cambodia is celebrating the Independence Day on 9 November every year following the water festival. Like many years before, military officers, monks, students, Cambodian citizens, Government officials and foreign diplomats will participate in the ceremony presided over by the King Norodom Sihamoni at the Independence Monument. In the morning, the King will enter the Independence […]

Oct 02

Lhai Heua Fai – Festival Of Floating Boats Of Light – Laos

Lhai Heua Fai Festival also marks the end of Buddhist Lent and is meant to bring in the phanga naga or good luck. As part of the tradition, each household will make a small round boat out of banana leaves on part of a banana tree trunk into which they put flowers, incense sticks, candles, […]

Sep 28

Laos Handicraft Festival – Laos

The handicraft Festival has been internationally recognized where customers and traders came from different countries around Asia and some other continents. The festival occurs during the month of November at Lao ITECC. Beyond 200 professional artists from all over the world participates on this event. The fest showcases various products including jewelry, textiles, handicrafts, souvenirs, […]

Oct 02

Opera: Madama Butterfly Arrives in Cambodia

Madama Butterfly is considered one of the most famous operas in the world, and this will be the first time it is staged in Cambodia, marking a historic moment in the country’s artistic landscape. The overwhelming success of the previous productions has shown that Cambodia is eager to embrace western high-art forms, and this event […]

Oct 02

Laos National Day – Laos

Laos National Day – Celebrating the abolition of the monarchy and the establishment of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic in 1975, by the Pathet Lao (literally “the Lao people,” and the name of the Communist Party). The new flag was introduced: blue, white and red… the color red represents the bloodshed for independence, and the […]

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