5 Unique Festivals Around The World

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1. The Snow & Ice Festival, Harbin, China:

This must-watch festival happens in China between Jan. 5–Feb. 5 that brings out the best creativity in the world in terms of ice carving and sculpture making from snow. You will be awe-struck to watch the gigantic towers of ice, and the enchanting beauty of the statuettes. If you are anyways planning to visit China during this time of the year, do not miss to visit the Harbin festival.

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2. Holi Festival, India:

If you want to experience the ecstasy, hallucination and pleasure without any abusive substance, the head straight to India during the Holi Festival. This festival of North India is celebrated with natural colors that are either sprayed on mashed on your body with or without permission. It is advised to visit Vrindavan, Mathura, Barsana and or Udaipur to enjoy the festival it in the most authentic form.



3. Up Helly Aa Fire Festival, Lerwick, Scotland:

If you are heading towards Europe, then be watchful about this unique festival in Scotland that is organized during the last Tuesday of January. This unique festival that ‘plays with fire’ will leave you overwhelmed by the amazing costumes and the burning of a full-scale Viking ship.



4. Oktoberfest, Munich, Germany:

If you are planning for Germany, plan it between the last week of September and the first weekend in October. It is recommended to visit Munich’s original fair, as it also hosts one of the biggest beer festivals in the world. According to estimates, more than $100,000,000 worth of beer is served every day to mark the celebrations.



5. La Tomatina, Buñol, Spain:

If none of the above excites you, get into Spain during the last Wednesday in August where you will get tired playing with tomatoes and vegetables. This unique festival is known for pure vegetarian fun!