Soggy Songkran

For the three days of Songkran, the traditional Thai New Year’s celebration, the entire city of Bangkok turns into one huge water fight.

When in Bali, There’s Always a Festival – Galungan

Last time we visited Bali, we were here for Nyepi, the Balinese New Year and day of silence, and were sequestered in our hotel room for a day. So, I was not surprised to hear that there was a big religious celebration within days of our arrival in Bali. The Hindu calendar is full of them.

Photogenic Festival Time in Myanmar

The liveliest time of year at Inle Lake takes place between 24 September and 11 October. Phaung Daw Oo Festival is the spectacular sight of a boat with 50 of the lake’s iconic leg rowers pulling a gilded barge holding the sacred Buddha images of Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda from one village to the next.

Fun In the Sun, Pi Mai Lao style

April is summer in Laos and the time for Lao New Year or Water Festival. It is the perfect time to visit Laos for tourists who are looking for some revelry and fun in the sun. On the traditional Buddhist calendar