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Consisting of various ethnic communities, Singapore is a true cultural melting pot; due to this, there are various festivals held in the city that are well worth experiencing. Chinese New Year Chinese New Year is celebrated by Chinese communities across the world and Singapore is no different. Usually, in January or February, this event sees areas like Chinatown come alive with festivities. Easy to reach from a hotel in Farrer Park, this locale is where one can streets lit up as well as dragon and lion dances. Thai Pongal A festival observed by Hindu devotees generally in January, Thai Pongal is popular in Southern India. Singapore has a strong Indian community too in the area known as Little India near Park Hotel Farrer Park; here, one can …

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Apart from the famous Ramadan festival, Abu Dhabi thrives in a range of other diverse and colourful festivals and events that you could witness during a holiday spent at your Abu Dhabi resort the likes of Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara. Abu Dhabi International Dance Festival This is one of the most-awaited festivals in this city and it dazzles its spectators with some of the best-talented dancers around. They present awesome dance forms including Salsa, Afro Rumba, Hip Hop, Bachata, and much more. Abu Dhabi International Book Fair Reading enthusiasts will have their dreams come true at Abu Dhabi International Book Fair, the fastest-growing fair of its kind in the region. With over 800 exhibitors who come from all across the world, you will be able …

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Thailand is a destination for partying! It’s not just about the regular beach parties, but also about the cultural events with many unique traditions and rituals. Songkran How about getting drenched from head to toe during your stay at any hotel in Khon Kaen the likes of Avani Khon Kaen Hotel & Convention Centre? You may enjoy fun water fights with the locals for 3 consecutive days. Use buckets, water guns, or hose pipes while dancing and shouting like crazy! Phi Ta Khon It’s the Ghost Festival. Locals wear diverse sorts of masks and join a parade to entertain people. The festival goes on for 3 days, and it happens in Dan Sai, Loei Province. Yi Peng This is one of the most popular festivals happening in …

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China has a rich heritage with captivating cultural traditions that are linked with festivals throughout the year. Here are such events that are well worth witnessing on your holidays. Chinese New Year Festival The Chinese New Year Festival is the nation’s most important festival and goes back over 4,000 years. Be it in Beijing, Shanghai or Xi An, China hotels provide guests with an ideal chance to enjoy the festivities. These usually include red lantern decorations, food-filled gatherings, lion and dragon dances and fireworks. Chinese Lantern Festival The Chinese Lantern Festival or Yuan Xiao Festival is held on the 15th day following the Chinese New Year. All manner of lanterns are on display, some set afloat on waterways and others released in the air. The Xian City …

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Guide on Dubai Expo 2021

By caleb on 10th December 2020
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The Dubai Expo 2021 will be a celebration of human advancements and how they have helped reshape the face of the earth. It was supposed to be held in 2020 but was postponed due to the coronavirus. The World’s Greatest Show Thanks to the subject material and the grand way that Dubai is known to celebrate conventions, the Dubai Expo is often dubbed the World’s Greatest Show. Celebrating Human Brilliance and Achievements Many luxury hotels in Dubai will fill up come October as dignitaries from all over the world will flock to the metropolis to celebrate human brilliance and achievements. Lots of innovations will see the light of day at the Expo. Dubai at the Forefront As always, Dubai will be at the forefront of all …

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The Mid-Autumn Festival is a big three-day holiday that Chinese people celebrate by going home to their families, so tickets tend to sell out on long-distance trains and buses as people from the mainland try to go back home. The Mid-Autumn Festival The Mid-Autumn Festival occurs while it is still late summer in Southern China. The Mid-Autumn festival synchronises with the 15th day of the 8th month on the Lunar calendar. As the locals head out, it would be a great time to stay at luxury hotels in Macau and explore the emptied city. Chinese Believe the Moon is the Brightest The Chinese believe that the moon is at its brightest in fall. The Mid-Autumn Festival doesn’t occur on a full moon day but often the cycles …

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