Galungan is a unique 10 day celebration commemorating good over evil in typically melodramatic style.
Fancy clothes, mountains of food, gifts galore and three straight days of relaxing with the family: Koreans know how to do the New Year right! Check out the annual Seollal celebration and see for yourself.
Bust out some red duds, grab a lantern and toast the Chinese New Year in style.
Tet is the common name for the Vietnamese New Year (Vietnamese: Tết Nguyên Đán). It is by far the country’s most important holiday, and is a bit like combining Christmas, New Year’s, and your birthday into one celebration. Like Chinese New Year, Tet takes place on the first day of the first month of the […]
For three glorious days in May, when the Buddha turns a year older, Korea pulls out all the stops and throws the best birthday party ever.
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.
Idul Fitri, Hari Raya Puasa, Eid, Lebaran. A multitude of names but the premise is same – the irresistible urge to mark the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.