01 Jun 2017

If you’re looking for time-honored traditions and a real experience of Korean culture set in a beautiful seaside location, Danoje is your festival. — South Korea

01 Jul 2017

When the wind blows, size really does matter in Bali. The Balinese are crazy about kites and in the “Island of the Gods” the bigger the better is the accepted mantra. — Indonesia

15 Jul 2017

South Korea’s famous Boryeong Mud Festival is the perfect excuse to go wild. — South Korea

21 Jul 2017

The Jalan Jaksa Festival brings out the best (and sometimes worst) of local “Betawi” food, dance, art and a little good old fashioned carousing into the night. — Indonesia

22 Jul 2017

With an eclectic mix of indie and major label acts, Jisan is well on its way to becoming one of Asia´s most popular music festivals. — South Korea

29 Jul 2017

Pohang, a modest industrial town on South Korea’s eastern coast, is famous for amazing New Year’s Day sunrises and one explosive fireworks festival — South Korea

15 Aug 2017

Held on the third week of August every year, the Kadayawan Festival coincides with the harvest season of local produce and the blooming of many of the region’s exotic flowers. — Philippines

17 Aug 2017

Each year, on August 17th, the whole nation comes together in a riot of red and white for Independence Day. — Indonesia

27 Aug 2017

Fireflies are the main attraction at South Korea’s annual Muju Firefly Festival. However, Muju’s beautiful mountains and pristine valleys give the glowing insects some stiff competition.  — South Korea

01 Sep 2017

Once a year, from every corner of the globe, a mass exodus occurs. Muslims of every color, ethnic group, rich or poor, travel to Mecca. — Various countries

17 Sep 2017

With its extreme weather conditions and high temperatures, exciting and trilling races are guaranteed during the Malaysian Grand Prix. — Malaysia

01 Oct 2017

By day Singapore is buzzing with life and soul, but when the F1 circus arrives it’s the night that really heats up. The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix is one of the most challenging on the calendar and is a vibrant and unique event to attend. — Singapore

01 Oct 2017

Held in both May and October when the city is at its loveliest, Hi Seoul is a fantastic global art experience, and a great to opportunity to enjoy all this thriving metropolis has to offer. — South Korea

01 Oct 2017

For ten glorious days, writers and word lovers from across the globe gather at the Singapore Writers Festival to celebrate all things literature. — Singapore

04 Oct 2017

South Korea’s Chuseok harvest festival is a fantastic time to experience the country’s Confucian traditions - and get in on some great cultural freebies. — South Korea

04 Oct 2017

In Vietnam the Mid-Autumn Festival, known as Tet Trung Thu in Vietnamese, is the country’s second most important holiday, after Tet, the Vietnamese New Year. — Vietnam

04 Oct 2017

Better known by its more imaginative moniker of the Mooncake Festival for millions of Chinese across Asia the Mid-Autumn Festival is a big deal, second only to Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations. — Various countries

05 Oct 2017

Busan’s lovely Haeundae Beach isn’t exactly an October destination - unless you’re bound for the Busan International Film Festival.  — South Korea

08 Oct 2017

The Asia Song Festival brings the region’s top pop acts to South Korea for one amazing night of music. — South Korea

08 Oct 2017

Despite the departure of Honda in 2008 and Toyota in 2009, the passion and enthusiasm lives on during the Japanese Grand Prix. — Japan

19 Oct 2017

October signals an important month for Bacolod City in Negros Occidental, Philippines, because it is marks the beginning of the highly anticipated MassKara Festival season. — Philippines

19 Oct 2017

From oil lamps to fireworks to brilliant neon, the Diwali Festival is one big, loud, beautiful celebration of light. — Various countries

26 Oct 2017

Ubud Writers & Readers Festival attracts an colorful mix of established and wannabe authors, dreamers and social butterflies. — Indonesia

04 Nov 2017

Thailand’s Yi Peng and Loy Krathong fall festivals are the perfect excuse to turn over a new leaf. Light a lantern, indulge in local delicacies and soak in everything these amazing celebrations have to offer! — Thailand

21 Dec 2017

Winter starts off with a bang at China’s Dong Zhi Winter Solstice Festival. This family and food-centric ritual celebration is a great time to see the country’s history and culture in action. — Various countries

14 Mar 2018

Though Valentine’s Day is easily the most popular love-related holiday around the world. Wonderful White Day is a strong contender for the second slot. — Various countries