The Cochin Carnival is an annual Christmas celebration held in the city of Cochin, India. It is one of the most unique events in the city, as on the last day of the year they burn the figure of Santa Claus or Santa Claus.
The Kandy Esala Perahera or Buddha's Tooth Festival is one of the largest annual Buddhist festivals, which is held in Kandy, Sri Lanka. This procession pays homage to one of the most sacred relics: The Sacred Tooth of Buddha.
Carnival in Goa is a small carnival festival held in the state of Goa, India. Despite being much smaller than most traditional carnivals in Europe or America, it is actually one of the few carnival celebrations in the region and India.
The Asakusa Samba Carnival or Asakusa Carnival is an annual celebration held in the Asakusa district, Tokyo. It is a celebration that seems out of the ordinary due to the considerable distance between Japan and Brazil and the country's notable Catholic minority.
Monihei Carnival or Monihei Festival is an annual celebration held in Cangyuan County, China. The Monihei Festival consists of a ceremony in which people dirty each other with mud until they are completely covered.
The Easter parade in Kupang, also known as Pawai Paskah, is a religious celebration held every year in Indonesia. The parade seeks to strengthen the Christian faith, the understanding, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
The Lantern Festival, also known as Yuan Xiao Festival, is a celebration that takes place in China and other Asian countries that honors deceased ancestors on the 15th day of the first month of the lunar calendar.
The Ati-Atihan Festival is an annual festival held in the Philippines during the month of January in honor of the Santo Niño or Child Jesus. The event takes place in several cities in the province of Aklan, on Panay Island.