One of the pleasures of cycling in Thailand is that you get the chance to see some of the kingdom’s most beautiful regions and enjoy the great outdoors. This is especially true if you take part in the Koh Mak Low Carbon Lady Cycling Fest which this year takes place from 31 March to 2 April.
As usual, at this year Phanom Rung Historical Park Festival, there’s the chance to see that rare phenomenon when the rays of the dawn sun reach through all 15 doors of the sanctuary, an event that only happens once a year.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand’s (TAT) Narathiwat Office is set to stage the 6th Southern Thailand Tourism Fair from 31 March – 2 April, 2017 at the Indoor Stadium Hua Mark, Bangkok.
Tambunan Food and Cuisine Festival is a one-day event that will whet your appetite with traditional and fusion cuisine.
Nyepi: Bali’s New Year Day of Absolute Silence, and its preceding Rituals
One of Vietnam's five biggest national festivals, the Phu Day Festival at Nam Dinh Province's Vu Ban District expresses spiritual life and the Holy Mother worship custom.
Ko Tao, a popular island in the Gulf of Thailand, is the venue for the 2nd Tao Music & Underwater Festival – a cultural, artistic and eco-friendly event which will take place over three days, from 28-30 March, 2017. Best of all, proceeds from the event will go towards protecting the local environment on and off-shore.
An annual event that gathers bikers from around the country and brings them to Terengganu.
On the day of Nyepi or Bali’s Day of Silence, there is a parade created to cleanse the environment of spiritual pollutants: Ogoh Ogoh Parade.
A challenging run at the most spectacular location - the Crocker Range Park - the route includes bitumen, gravel roads and lush trails through primary and secondary jungle.
22 - 26 January 2018