The auspicious Dragon Boat (Tuen Ng) Festival takes place on the 5th day of the 5th Lunar month which this year, is on 3 June. This event goes as far back as the 3rd century and is well-known for its energetic and colorful dragon boat races, where teams of paddlers race the long narrow boats accompanied […]
It’s time for the high-octane Dragon Boat Festival! This energy-filed festival is teeming with color and sound as thousands join together on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month – which this year is 18 June.
It is impossible to not be caught up in the energy of Chinese New Year as you huddle alongside others into crowded temples to pray for good fortune. This is an experience a visitor will never forget - alongside browsing festive markets for auspicious foods and fragrant blooms,
The Pasola Festival is an original war ritual giving thanks to the ancestral spirits in the region of West Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara. Combining this event with a stay at Nihiwatu allows for the ultimate immersion in Sumbanese life.
Chinese New Year is undoubtedly one of the most important events in Singapore’s extensive list of festivals. The New Year date is January 28, but bright colors and four weeks of non-stop celebrations mark this auspicious, energy-fueled event.