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Ubon Ratchathani Candle FestivalJuly 11, 2017 – July 14, 2017Ubon Ratchathani, ThailandUbon Ratchathani hosts the Candle Festival to mark the beginning of Buddhist Lent. This festival shows the people’s devotion to Buddhist tradition as well as their skills in carving magnificent candles
Hungry Ghost Festival SingaporeJuly 27, 2017 – August 24, 2017SingaporeThe Hungry Ghost Festival is one of the best times of the year to soak in the local culture and observe traditional rites in hyper-modern Singapore.
George Town Festival Penang MalaysiaAugust 1, 2017 – August 31, 2017Penang, MalaysiaGeorge Town Festival is a month-long festival that has turned into an illsutrious platform for the arts in Penang. From its start as a series of arts and culture events in celebration of George Town's listing as a UNESCO Heritage Site in 2008, George Town Festival was mooted and celebrated its first inauguration in 2010.…
Rainforest World Music Festival Malaysia August 7, 2017 – August 9, 2017Sarawak, MalaysiaThe Rainforest World Music Festival is a unique festival that brings together on the same stage renowned world musicians from all continents and indigenous musicians from the interiors of the mythical island of Borneo. Its formula of afternoon informative workshops, ethno-musical lectures, jamming sessions and mini concerts, followed by evening performances on the main stage…
HM the Queen's Birthday-ThailandAugust 12, 2017ThailandMothers day and the Queens Birthday
Independence Day IndonesiaAugust 17, 2017IndonesiaCelebrated on the day of August 17 and this day marks the declaration of Indonesia’s independence from Netherlands in the year of 1945.
Gai daughter birthday August 29, 2017
National Day MalaysiaAugust 31, 2017Malaysia
Malaysia DaySeptember 16, 2017Malaysia
Phuket Vegetarian FestivalSeptember 30, 2017 – October 10, 2017Phuket, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket, Thailandthe Vegetarian Festival. It is celebrated throughout the entire country, but the festivities are at their height in Phuket, where about 35% of the population is Thai Chinese. It attracts crowds of spectators because of many of the unusual religious rituals that are performed.
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