Festivals

A festival held at the Heian Jingu Shrine, the Jidai Matsuri is one of the three largest festivals of Kyoto together with the Aoi Matsuri – Hollyhock Festival (May 15th) and the Gion Matsuri (July 1st – 31st).

This festival held at Omiya-Shrine is one of the three greatest fire festivals of summer in Kumamoto, known as the Land of Fire.
Yi Peng Festival

Yi Peng or Yee Peng (local name) is part of the festival of lights in Northern Thailand to show respect to Buddha.
Phi Ta Khon Festival

The Phi Ta Khon festival is the biggest attraction to the otherwise sleepy farming village of Dan Sai, nestled in the mountains of Loei province of northeastern Thailand.
Bamboo Lanterns Festivals

Throughout Oita Prefecture, there are various bamboo lantern festivals. These festivals were started, in part, to help maintain the surrounding bamboo forests.
Boun That Luang Festival

The festival of Boun That Luang is held at The Golden Stupa or Pha That Luang-the most important religious monument in Laos

Foods and drinks

Sour shrimp

Sour Shrimp is one of the most sought-after specialities of the old capital of Vietnam. When they first come to Hue and taste this dish
eel vermicelli noodle

Another specialty visitors should try when they come to Ninh Binh is eel vermicelli noodle.
Uda Walawe Elephant Transit Home

The Elephant Transit Home was established in 1995 as a part of the Uda Walawe National Park.
Japanese curry

Japanese curry (カレー, karē) is a dish that is hugely popular in Japan. It is readily available at various restaurants, and many households cook it at home too.
Chao suon

It is simple that ground rice flour (or broken rice) is cooked with ribs, but this dish has been a familiar dish for along time in each afternoon of the people in Hanoi.
Geng Kheaw Wan Gai

Geng Kheaw Wan Gai (Green Curry Chicken) was a classic take-me-to-the-temple curry.