The biggest Chinese holiday, with dragons, fireworks, symbolic clothing, flowers, lanterns, and celebration, everywhere in China, and even in other Asian countries.
A week of extravagant parades, dancing, colors, and alcohol makes this one of the most exciting and well-known festivals in the world.
There is a parade, costumes, music, comedy, film, and drinking. Learn more about St. Patrick’s Day
The Thai New Year festival falls on some of the hottest days in Thailand, and people celebrate by throwing water on each other, using water guns, buckets, hoses- whatever they can get their hands on. Learn more about Songkran.
Expositions, street fairs, and live music mark the celebration of the sun god.
There are many events including folkloric ones, but the most famous is the running of the bull.
Families release floating lanterns into the water to represent their ancestors’ spirits being sent off.
One word: beer. This festival is now held all around the world. It is an important part of Bavarian culture.
Over 750 hot air balloons take to the skies, some are illuminated at night, and some are uniquely shaped.
Friends and family gather to celebrate loved ones who have passed on, through elaborate traditions of food, art, colors, and culture.
A street festival with art, music, culture, elaborate costumes, and a parade, to bring in the new year.