Must-see festivals around the world.
January / China – Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival
World’s largest ice and snow festivals to witness right before your eyes. Every year from January to February, the most exquisite festival displays incredible sculptures and tall buildings made out of huge ice and snow blocks by decorating with colorful lights and sharp lasers. China takes pride in hosting this fabulous event by rewarding talented artists and architects for their fine carvings while assuring an amazing time for visitors who drop by. If you happen to visit here, make sure to explore this magnificent event during nighttime so you can get the actual feeling of living in a snow castle at least for one month.
February / China – Chinese New Year
This is another great reason to visit China in the February. The Chinese New Year, which is also called as the Spring Festival, is the biggest and most important festival celebrated throughout the Chinese people worldwide. It is also the longest traditional holiday that run from the last day of the last month in the Chinese calendar to the 15th day of the first month. This significant event conclude dragons, fireworks, flowers, and lanterns as well as symbolic dumplings, desserts and clothing, marking the greatest family reunion ever , celebrated inside and outside of Asia. If you got the opportunity to visit China on January, make sure to stay a bit long and check out all the New Year specials such as parades and dances before ending your trip.
March / India – Holi Festival
April / Thailand – Songkran Festival
May / Indonesia or any other country in Southeast Asia – Waisak, Festival
May to July / Russia – The White Nights Festival
August / Sri-Lanka – The Festival of the Tooth
September / Asia – Mid-Autumn Festival
October / India – Diwali Festival
November / Chiang Mai – Yee Peng Festival
December / Christmas Festival