Each spring Jindo, Korea’s third largest island, is inundated with visitors eager to traverse the ocean floor during the Jindo Miracle Sea Festival.
Come for the K-pop and stay for the kimchi at South Korea’s popular Hallyu Dream Festival – where star sightings and cultural wonders abound.
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.
South Korea’s famous Boryeong Mud Festival is the perfect excuse to go wild.
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.
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
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.