Everyone loves a good festival. From Pancake Day to Bonfire Night, there’s nothing better than diving into all that these festivities entail with frying pan in one hand and sparkler in the other.
If you’re heading to Cambodia, you’re sure to have heard about the sublime beauty of Angkor Wat temple or the Royal Palace at Phnom Penh.
If you are heading to Japan you are in for a treat. The festivals (‘matsuri’ in Japanese) and celebrations in Japan are some of the most magnificent in the world
The 67th Sapporo Snow Festival takes place in February 2017: now’s your chance to discover this Japanese festival for yourself.
Monday 8th February marks the start of the Chinese New Year celebrations, and the start of the Year of the Monkey.
For the first time in its history, the Chinese New Year celebrations will be joined by officially designed Chinese New Year mascots.
Harbin is regarded as China’s coldest city, but it has also become one of the country’s most popular holiday destinations in winter.
The 2015 Yangtze River Culture Festival has begun in Zhangjiagang in the Jiangsu province.