Travel Asia: Festivities and Fun

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Are you planning to travel to Asia within the next year, & are looking for some fun festivities to attend? Well, look no further – we have researched a quantity of the more incredible Asian festivals for you to check out during your travels.

Travel Asia: Pulilan Carabao Festival

Travel Asia: Parade of the God of Medicine

You’ll probably never see a water buffalo adorned like this! If you travel to Pulilan in the second week of May, you’ll witness the homage to the patron saint of farmers, San Isidro Labrador. Families take their prized water buffalos, scrape away the dirt, shave them, anoint them in oils, & then parade them around the city square dressed as kings. The priests of the Asian city then kneel & ask the buffalos to bless them, promising health & lovely wishes for the upcoming year to all, including visiting travelers.

On the 15th day of the third lunar month, the city of Taiwan is taken over by this world-renowned Asian festivity – a must for travelers in the area because of its spectacular parade. At the nucleus of the 160 temple celebration are Pao Sheng in Taipei & the Temple of Ching...

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