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Xanthi's Carnival
Where: Xanthi, Greece
When:  February / March.
 
Xanthi's Carnival (North Greece) is a traditional folklore fiesta that attracts, every year, thousands visitors from Greece and tourists from lot of countries.   Noisy colorful parades are held during the carnival days. Clowns, jugglers, dancers and bands walking on foot or on floats participate in the parades.   The joy atmosphere is felt on every corner of the town. Every evening, music and folklore shows take place.     Reserve now your hotel in Xanthi Attractive and lowest prices, suited for all...(read more)
 
 
 
 
Traditional Culture and Dance Parade
Where: Batam, Indonesia
When:  March.
 
A traditional culture and dance parade is held, once a year, in start March in Batam Island (it is part of Riau island province). In the events that last for three days, the culture and tradition of Malay are present. Dance contests and dance shows performed by professional groups as well as groups of local schools pupils take place.
 
 
 
 
Arak Tabuik Festival
Where: Pariaman, Indonesia
When:  January.
 
Arak Tabuik Festival is held, once a year, in the coastal town Pariaman in west Sumatra. In the traditional festival, the participants perpetuate the death of Muhammad's grandchildren; Hasan and Husain, who fought the Karbala battle for the defense of the Moslem religion. In the festival, sport events like swimming contests and horse races are held as well as various culture shows.
 
 
 
 
Pasola jousting ceremony in Gaura Wanokaka Lamboya and Kodi
Where: Sumba , Indonesia
When:  Annually in March (several days after full moon)
 
Every year in March, different dates, the villages Gaura and Wanokaka in East Nusa Tenggara area on Sumba Island, hold the Pasola jousting. The events start several days after full moon, when a strange yearly phenomena starts with the arrival of colorful sea worms. In the Pasola contest, horse riders armed with insusceptible lance ride one toward the other, where by using the lance, every participant aim is to cause his opponent to fall. The events attract, every year, lot of locals and tourists who watch the unique jousting. In addition...(read more)
 
 
 
 
Legu Gam Festival
Where: Ternate, Indonesia
When:  April.
 
Ternat which is located on north Maluku, celebrates, once a year, the Legu Gam Festival. This is a folklore festival that indicates the birthday of his majesty the Sultan of Ternat. In the holiday, lot of celebrators, locals and tourists, gather in Sultan's Kedaton (Palace). Part of them participates in the colored dance and singing shows and some come only to watch. This is a traditional fiesta that presents the beauty of the local culture and its unique ceremonies.
 
 
 
 
Putri Bau Nyale Putri Mandalika (Mandalika Festival)
Where: Lombok, Indonesia
When:  February/March.
 
Once a year, in the full moon night of February or March, the residents of island Lombok, located in West Nusa Tenggara, celebrate a unique festival. For a day or two (it differs from year to year), they celebrate the appearace of the colored Nyale worms. The worms that are emitted to Kota coast are regarded, by the locals, as a delicatessen. They believe that the worms have plenty and love characters. After a unique religous cermony, the collection of the worms starts and continue gladly for the whole night. According to the local...(read more)
 
 
 
 
Sea Offerings Ceremony in Pelabuhan Ratu
Where: Pelabuhanratu, Indonesia
When:  April.
 
In the fishing village, Pelabuhan Ratu which is located in the south beach of west Java (4 hours drive from the capital Jakarta) a unique thanksgiving festival dedicated to the sea, is celebrated. The thanksgiving of Pelabuhan Ratu is celebrated for two days where from a naval review of decorated boats the celebrators throw thousands of flowers and sacrifice Buffalo heads. The naval review is accompanied with a lot of folklore culture events; local music, traditional singing, competitive dance shows, swim contests and many more attractions...(read more)
 
 
 
 
Apricot Blossom Festival (Gwangyang Maehwa) 2019
Where: Mokpo, South Korea
When:  Annually in March (2019 TBA)
 
The Apricot Blossom Festival (Gwangyang Maehwa) is held, once a year, since 1997 in the first half of March. The celebrations are specified on the Apricot fruit and its products. It take place in Maehwa, a village in South Jeolla region. Maehwa means in the Korean language apricot. The festival starts when the village plantations reach the climax of its blossom. The plantations, 83 acres size, are located near Baegunsan Mountain. Its outstanding white beauty of the blossom is emphasized on the background of the mountain.
 
 
 
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