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Where should I go this Lunar New Year?

Everyone has a different notion of “Lunar New Year”. It could be lunar new year, or just the one month of the year where the solar and lunar calendars are in sync.

This is a great opportunity for you to find out about everyone’s “Lunar New Year”. What should you do this Lunar New Year?

For example, if you live in Singapore, you may prefer to travel to Hong Kong for Lunar New Year. But if you are able to take part in Lunar new year celebrations in your country, then why not? You would have an opportunity to meet family members and friends who don’t have the chance to visit your country during the Lunar New Year period.

You can take advantage of this opportunity by learning about everyone else’s lunar new year with information from our website: . This website provides tips on exploring other countries during Lunar New Year celebrations. The information on this site was compiled by our team of experts, and based on extensive research and interviews with experts from around the world who discuss their experiences during lunar new year celebrations in various countries, as well as many people who choose not to participate because they are too busy at work or school during Lunar New Year."

2. Places to Visit in Singapore

Going to Singapore is one of those destinations that everyone has their favorite.

Before you reach your destination, you can’t forget the basics, then. You need to make sure that you know where to go once you arrive.

You should make sure that you know where to go before leaving the country. The best way to do this is with a local guide. Many tourists who travel to Singapore tend to confuse the term “local” with “guides” and so they will approach anyone and everyone who offers their advice on places to visit in Singapore, hoping for some kind of assistance. And it isn’t really helpful. The locals are usually very forthcoming about what they like and dislike about places in Singapore and what makes them tick (or not). So we’re going to be focusing on things that are specific for local residents and culture, rather than general information about the country itself or its attractions.

When I say “local,” I am referring not only to people from every part of our nation but also from within every part of our nation (e.g., ethnicities, professions). If we were purely a foreigner’s tips guide it would be incredibly off-putting because it would be biased towards foreigners — which is simply not true when it comes down to truly learning about the country and its culture by visiting different parts of it.

We are here at NNI Asia already covering a lot of ground on travel around Asia and Southeast Asia in general so we hope that this article will give an insight into how people in Singapore actually travel around as well as provide some more ideas for places folks can check out while in town!

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3. Places to Visit in Malaysia

The Lunar New Year is coming. Where should I go?

This year it’s your turn to bring the spirit of the new year to the city you live in. If you’re in Malaysia, you can catch the stars of a different kind by visiting places like:

If you’re not in Malaysia and are looking for some great destinations to take your Lunar New Year extravaganza to, consider these:

4. Places to Visit in Thailand

The Lunar New Year is a Chinese holiday that marks the period of the Chinese calendar from February 16th to February 18th. This year, we celebrate the Year of the Dog and the Dog's Year (the second year of the "Dog" era).

It is a popular holiday for Thai people to celebrate and enjoy Chinese culture and traditions. The festivities include feasting, entertainment, cultural activities, dinners, new year gift giving, travel, exchanges of gifts and other traditional seasonal celebrations.

In Thailand, we often use this time to visit family or friends who are also celebrating this time with us. In fact in many Asian countries like Cambodia and Laos there is a tradition where children return home at this time to visit their parents if they are away during this period itself. For those of you who might have missed this time during your travels in Thailand or elsewhere on Earth you can still take part in some fun activities by visiting some popular tourist destinations during the lunar new year period like Ayutthaya's ancient temples or Phuket's heavenly beaches!

This year we will be focusing on Ayutthaya's famous temples because these temples are known for their impeccable artistic creations and beautiful natural scenery as well as being considered as one of our most beautiful temples in Thailand.

The golden age of Ayutthaya was roughly between 1750-1765 A.D., which had been crowned by King Narai the Great (1759-1836 AD). He made many reforms throughout his reign including building new cities such as Suvarnabhumi (the capital city), which was later called Bangkok. And he provided all people with equal freedom so that no one was discriminated based on age or gender due to race or creed. The King also built many monuments including Wat Arun Chao Phraya National Museum which was constructed by his father King Rama I (ruled 1760-1782 AD) following his mother Queen Ranawat Mariyamunee who had been imprisoned after her husband died during an assassination attempt against him. His father named it after his mother because she had previously worked together with Queen Ranawat when they were both teachers at Wat Arun School (also known as Wat Phra Kaew).

Wat Thillaphan Temple is located at Rajsoomai Road on Tha Ramakhamsinsi Road just behind Khao San Road in Bangkok’s Chinatown area where you can also find Ramon Plaza Hotel nearby

5. Places to Visit in Laos

There are a few places that you can visit in Laos during the Lunar New Year, but be careful about which ones. Be sure to bring a good camera and some film with you. This is one of the rare occasions where you can get pictures of North Laos without having to worry about being ripped off by a tourist agency.

The most popular place for visitors to visit during the Lunar New Year is Wat Phu, a temple complex in Vientiane. It’s popular as it’s free admission and open 24 hours, 7 days per week. But be sure to check out Wat Phu’s Facebook page before you go there:

Because of its popularity, it may be easy to miss some of other 10 or so other great temples that are worth visiting during the lunar new year in Laos, such as Wat Phra Kaeo (Tham Luang), at the southern end of Luang Prabang province; Wat Phou (Nong Khai); and Wat Ralok (Hat Yai).

If you want to stay on the north side of Chiang Mai, do so at nearby Nong Noi Guest House or Saen Saep Resort & Spa:

As for the East Asian theater, there are a few excellent places that are worth visiting during this time: The Grand Palace (Honorable Mention) in Phitsanulok; Grand Palace Hotel in Nakhon Ratchasima; and Khmer Heritage House in Siem Reap; both located just outside of Siem Reap city center, just outside of Angkor Wat temple grounds — all located on Route 1 right by Chom Thian town center — all for free entry into Angkor Wat temple grounds http://www.grandpalacehotelthailandbkklifestayresortandresorts-chomthianphuketchomthiancambodia-grandpalacehotel . All three hotels have had outstanding service from their employees and provide exceptionally authentic experiences for travelers like yourself who have had enough travel tales from your own life and want something unique or different from what you have already experienced elsewhere in Asia!

Also worthy of mention is Ban Houei Thong National Park – off Route 11 near Khon Kaen town just outside of Khon Kaen city

In the end, we are all looking for the same thing. We want to feel like we’re connected to something bigger than ourselves. We want to feel like our lives matter.

It’s a strange thing to say, but every year I have this idea of where I’d like to travel for the Lunar New Year holidays. You know, just a little break from work and family obligations and all that stuff. And then in January next year, I wonder…

I think it would be really great if I could do a little bit of traveling during that time too. And this is where the idea comes from.

I’ve been thinking about how great it would be if I could make it happen during Lunar New Year whilst still being able to enjoy a holiday of my own choosing at some point (and maybe even get paid for it by doing so).

But let’s say that there were two things I were most excited about on Lunar New Year: one was going on a trip somewhere beautiful with my family, and the other was going on an epic adventure with some friends who were also travelling somewhere beautiful over Lunar New Year's weekend (if you're reading this blog post in January or February). It's hard enough to get myself together when things are going well at home; why should it be much harder if things aren't?

So what do you do? You go home feeling happy and positive about your life - you've got yourself down in the dumps - and you don't notice anything unusual or out of place until you realise that you've forgotten something!

That's how we forget things around here, isn't it? "Oh yeah! I forgot to invite my mum over for dinner tomorrow!" Then we think nothing more about it until she drops by unexpectedly one night later - which means we have no chance of eating dinner together before her arrival because she'll already be at home waiting for us (!), so we have nothing but time between us!

And then there's me…

I love spending time with my family; they're all lovely people who are supportive and loving each other; they're not cold or rude towards me; they spend time with me as well as their own families; we play cards, watch movies (we're both quite big fans of TV shows!), chat about whatever is on our minds (it normally has to do with travel) - and now they've put their feet up whilst I'm doing.

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