Afghanistan Festivals


National Holidays: Based on Afghan/Persian Solar Calendar (365 days) Now-Roz (New Year) March 21 Victory of the Muslim Nations April 28 Anniversary of Revolution April 29 Afghan Independence Day August 19 National Labour Day (May Day) May 1 Religious Holidays: Based on Islamic Lunar Calendar (355 days) Islamic New Year (First of Muharram) February 1, … Read more Afghanistan Festivals

Festivals & Holidays


Festivals In Brunei festivals are always celebrated with colour, enthusiasm and happiness. Young and old from different races come together in a spirit of unity that we are justifiably proud of. We invite you to join us, and enjoy the unique traditions that have been passed down to us by preceeding generations. National Day Celebrations … Read more Festivals & Holidays

Cambodia Cultural Info


Khmer architecture reached its zenith during the Angkorian era (seen in Angkor Wat and the structures of Angkor Thom). Many fine examples of Khmer sculpture can be found in the National Museum in Phnom Penh. Cambodia’s classical dance is highly stylised and usually accompanied by an orchestra or choral narration. Theravada Buddhism is the dominant … Read more Cambodia Cultural Info

Myanmar Festivals

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Monthly Festivals in Myanmar (Burma) Myanmar is a Land of Festivals: a festivals for every month of the year. Most festival are cultural and religious. Majority are nation-wide celebrated while a few are distinctly regional. The dates of the festivals and special events are determined by the Lunar Year. Myanmar Festival Calendar – 2005 From … Read more Myanmar Festivals

Laos Festivals


January Bun Pha Wet – Falling on different dates throughout the month – so that people can exchange invitations with friends and families in different villages to join in their celebrations – this festival is a commemoration of the Jataka, the life story of Lord Buddha as Prince Vestsantara. The story is recited in temples … Read more Laos Festivals