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  • Thailand: Chiang Mai Flower Festival

    Thailand: Chiang Mai Flower Festival

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    02/02/2019
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    The high point of the festival is floral parade on Saturday morning. It leaves from the station and continues to Nawarat bridge (where there are bleachers) and ends at Nong Buak Hat Park.

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  • Myanmar: Mahamuni Pagoda Festival, Mandalay

    Myanmar: Mahamuni Pagoda Festival, Mandalay

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    05/02/2019-19/02/2019
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    Mandalay locals celebrate the full-moon eve of Thabodwe by converging on the Mahamuni Pagoda in Mandalay, home to a massive gold-encrusted Buddha statue. More devoted believers will stay for two full days to hear a Buddhist philosophical text read straight through by monks.

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  • Valentine’s Day

    Valentine’s Day

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    14/02/2019

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  • Rajasthan: Desert Festival, Jaisalmer

    Rajasthan: Desert Festival, Jaisalmer

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    17/02/2019-19/02/2019
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    The Jaisalmer Desert Festival is an annual event that take place in February month in the beautiful city Jaisalmer. It is held in the Hindu month of Magh ( February), three days prior to the full moon. The festival is celebrated amidst the beautiful dunes of the Thar Desert in the Sam dunes (42 kilometers from Jaisalmer).

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  • Cambodia: Meak Bochea

    Cambodia: Meak Bochea

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    19/02/2019-19/03/2019
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    Meak Bochea celebrates the spontaneous visit of 1,250 monks to do homage to the Lord Buddha. The Buddha had retreated to Valuwan Vihara in the city of Rajagaha, whereupon 1,250 enlightened monks, the Buddha’s own disciples, converged without prior appointment or agreement.

    The monks heard the Buddha lay down the Buddha’s three main principles: do good, abstain from bad actions, and purify the mind.

    Meak Bochea happens on the full moon day of the third lunar month (Magha, corresponding to March on the Gregorian calendar). On this day, Buddhists celebrate Meak Bochea by joining candlelit processions within temples in their vicinity.

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