1. Carnival Of Brazil
Carnival is celebrated in Brazil every year, 46 days before the Easter festival. A major parade, with beautifully dressed samba dancers atop a decorated moving vehicle, goes through the stadium as hundreds of people keep joining the parade, as the parade makes it way. The exotic samba dancers and their sexy moves, clad in body-paint, glitter, feathers, etc., are pleasure to watch. Not only your eyes, your minds would be blown away too.
2. Lantern Festival, Thailand
Lantern Festival is a Chinese festival celebrated on 15th day of the first month in the lunisolar year marking the last day of the Lunar New Year celebration. During this festival, children go to temples at night, carrying paper lanterns and solved riddles over the lanterns and they allow them to flow away. That scene of so many lanterns beautifying the sky is mesmerizing.
3. Sapporo Snow Festival
The Sapporo Snow Festival is a festival held annually in Sapporo, Japan, for seven days in February. This is one of the largest and most distinctive winter events. During this festival, people get to see hundreds of snow statues and ice sculptures at the Odori Park and Susukino sites. The subject of the statues varies and often features some event, famous building or person from the previous year.
4. International Sand Sculpture Festival
International Sand Sculpture Festival is described as the largest sand sculpture event of the world. This festival takes place at Portugal. This site occupies 15,000sqr meter(3.7 acres). Each year about 60 artists use 35000 tons of sand to create 50 works of art. This exhibition is also open in the evenings with the atmospheric lighting. These makeshift figures are genuine blowouts for the eyes, particularly for the individuals who are creatively bowed.
5. Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is a yearly festival of hot air balloons that take place in Albuquerque, USA during early October. The Balloon Fiesta is a nine day event, and has over 500 balloons each day. The event is the largest hot air balloons festival in the world. Isn’t it amazing to watch so many balloons flying all at a time!
6. Winter Light Festival, Japan
The Winter Light Festival is commended in the Kuwana city of Japan. In this city is found the loveliest bloom centered herbal stop with its nurseries, gardens and the extremely exceptional passage of light. The winter illuminations are praised in this herbal patio, when a huge number of led lights, fueled by sun powered vitality amidst the day, light up together, making dazzling scenes, shining over the grounds and waters, making capable pictures and views taking into account topics. The passage lights up in bloom molded LED lights.
7. Up Helly Aa Fire Festival
Up Helly Aa refers to any variety of fire festivals held in Shetland, in Scotland, annually in the middle of winter to mark the end of the Yule season. The festival involves a procession of up to 1000 Guizers in the Lerwick, and considerably lower numbers in the more rural festivals, formed into squads who march through the town or village in a variety of themed costumes.
8. Electric Forest Festivals
Electric Forest Festivals is a four day multi genre event, with a focus on electric and jam bad genres, held in Rothbury, Michigan, at double JJ resort. The principal centers of the occasion are electronic and jam groups. Be that as it may, what catches the eye is the climate amidst the celebration. The lights and the sounds titillate diverse facilities in the meantime and make a strange affair of wild.
9. Scarlet Sails, White Night Festivals
The Scarlet Sails is a celebration in St. Petersburg, Russia, the most massive and famous public event during the white night festivals. The tradition is highly popular for its spectacular fireworks, numerous music concerts, and a massive water show.
10. Holi, Hindu Nation
Holi is a spring festival which is also known as the festivals of colors. The festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many, a festive day to meet each other, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and repair broken relationships and is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest. In this festival, people visit family, throw colors on each other, laugh and chit-chat. The whole process of this festive day is damn colorful and joyous.