Sophea, our Senior Sales at Khiri Travel Cambodia, shares her memorable experience on the most important religious festival holidays in Cambodia.
Learn all about the rite of passage ceremony for young Buddhists in Myanmar.
Festivities include longboat races, music, dancing, fireworks and a great deal of eating and drinking.
Bali’s rich culture ensures that its many religious and cultural festivals only add to the island’s unique allure.
Commonly known as ‘Deepavali’ in Sri Lanka, the Festival of Light wards off foreboding darkness with radiant light shining from traditional oil lamps.
Experience the Pasola, or mounted spear-fighting competition, which takes place on the uniquely spiritual island of Sumba, where animist beliefs and ancestral worship are still practiced to this day.
Every year over 200 Lao artisans travel to Vientiane to exhibit high quality handicrafts at the Laos Handicraft Festival starting this year, 30 October 2016.
Water is the central focus in the celebration of the Lao New Year holiday in both worship at the temple and playful celebration on the streets.
Pha That Luang, Vientiane’s magnificent golden stupa is the national symbol of Laos. Each year throngs of pilgrims process by candlelight around this stupa shimmering in the light of the full moon.
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