Ocean waves crashing against the shore - this natural backdrop is the main attraction of this festival. Activities include beach sports, games, traditional cuisine and cultural performances.
This now legendary event is in its 23rd year and will see bike lovers roar into Phuket on amazing machines from all over the world. These motorcycle fanatics will come together on Patong Beach from 14 – 16 April 2017 and in Phuket town on 22 April.
New Year’s Day in Cambodia is a huge event, and is usually celebrated on the 13th of April, although sometimes the solar calendar denotes it as the 14th of the month. Referred to as Sus’dei Chnam Thmei in the Khmer language – translated as “enter new year” – the holiday lasts for 3 days.
Thingyan (The Water Festival) is the most interesting and greatest occasion for merry–making with the largest number of people taking part in it throughout the country.
Of all the festivals in Thailand the Songkran Festival is definitely the rowdiest. Astrologically it is a celebration of the vernal equinox, and from the 13th to the 15th of April the entire nation goes into party mode and everyone joins in.
Ecobuild Southeast Asia is the leading event for sustainable design, construction and the built environment. It is held in conjunction with International Construction Week (ICW) hosted by CIDB Malaysia.
SEACare is an exhibition for the healthcare, pharma and beauty sector professionals from around the globe.
This annual event brings the media on an adventurous squid jigging trip. Participants will be assisted by experienced and skilled fishermen.
Each year, the week before Easter Sunday, the town of Larantuka, East Flores, solemnly celebrates the Holy Week, popularly known here as “Semana Santa”.
The festival re-enacts the seven-day search for Longinus. Men and women wearing mask and costumes replicating the looks of a Roman Centurion are called Moriones/Morions.