In the iconic Marina Bay every year, Singapore puts on an extravagant show to usher in the New Year. Leading up to the turn of every year, the bay comes alive with a playground of activities that offer a wide range of experiences for visitors young and old.
The celebrations to greet the New Year in Thailand are always full of fun activities, including concerts, stage performances, firework displays, and a mass countdown to welcome in the New Year. Apart from the celebrations and countdown, you can also welcome the New Year in a traditional Thai way by visiting a temple. Thais believe that paying homage to the Buddha image ensures a good start to a New Year and favourable prospects of happiness and good luck.
Come to the town’s most celebrated carnival where you can enjoy funs, fireworks displays and music all night long as we countdown to New Year 2018!
Christmas Day is a joyous time of celebration in Indonesia.
The Christmas spirit is made merrier with Malaysia's tropical weather and friendly people.
The Filipinos take pride in celebrating the world’s longest Christmas season or Pasko, derived from the Spanish word “pascua”.
Flaunt that beach bod and slip into your comfiest flip flops—ZoukOut returns this year with a line-up of electronic dance music (EDM) A-listers.
Riders from all across Asia such as the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Japan & Kazakhstan, will be calling Tambunan their home as they compete and pave their way to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
This celebrates the 1975 victory of the people over the monarchy. However, it is mainly a day for government events and public participation is limited to flying the Lao and Communist flags.
With Christmas markets, carols and the big man Santa Claus himself, Christmas at Gardens by the Bay is magical fun.
12 - 16 January 2020
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei
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