February is a great time to visit Thailand. It is relatively cool and dry, with lots of sunshine and little rainfall. Events include Makha Bucha – an important domestic holiday, Chinese New Year, flower festivals in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, and local festivals in other cities.
If February is one of the coldest and driest months of the year in Hong Kong, it is also also one of the most festive! Chinese New Year falls in early February, and the Hong Kong Arts Festival gets underway toward the end of the month. And so much is happening in between!
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Home? is an interactive exhibition inviting the public to answer what “home” means to them. It is being held at various venues around Hong Kong this month. It is the first outdoor multimedia exhibition of the 2nd Edition of the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s New Arts Power by GayBird.
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Chiang Rai is the capital of Chiang Rai province in Northern Thailand, where 12 young football players and their coach went missing after setting out to explore a cave. Far from the beaten tourism track, the city is home is several impressive Buddhist temples. Is it worth a visit?
Buddhism is the dominant religion in Thailand, and Buddhist temples are scattered across the kingdom. Nai Yang Temple is one of 29 Buddhist temples located in the Southern Thai island of Phuket. The nearby Proud Phuket offers hotel guests a chance to visit the temple.
Hong Kong has an extensive, efficient, and inexpensive public transit network, which includes buses, mini-buses, trams, ferries, a funicular railway, and a mass transit railway, which includes an Airport Express, with frequent trains to and from Hong Kong International Airport.
As the closest beach resort to Bangkok, Pattaya is also relatively close to Suvarnabhumi International Airport. While the town is most famous for its beaches, water sports, girlie bars, transvestite cabarets, and golf courses, it also offers some interesting - if less famous - attractions.