The pagoda was built in the reign of Ly Thanh Tong King (the 11th century). It is a special ancient architecture.
Ooc-Om-Bok Festival is a religious service that worships the moon deity of the Khmer minority group and prays for good luck, happiness, good weather and bumper crops. The festival is usually held when the dry season begins and rice are ripening on the fields.
An important Hindu festival featuring kavadis or ornate frames carried by devotees.
Anchored by a large, colourful annual procession, Thaipusam sees Hindu devotees in Singapore seeking blessings, fulfilling vows and offering thanks.
This surfing competition was first held in 2010 and introduces surfing as a fun form of activity for tourists on Tioman Island.
Since Thai people have diverse and mixed ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds, there are many traditional Thai events and festivals from the past to experience today and which will carry on into the future.
Kick start the new year with a bang at one of the hottest indie music festivals in the world — the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival
Temple of Supreme Bliss in the Hokkien dialect, Kek Lok Si Temple is a crowd puller especially during the Chinese New Year. The annual display of lights showcases more than 10,000 lights.
Dinagyang is Iloilo City’s version of the Ati-Atihan festival widely celebrated not only in Panay Island but also in other parts of the country.
The city opens each year with a visual spectacle—and it’s got Singapore Art Week to thank for that.