AFRICAN SAFARI 2
Kenya being a land of contrast it entails a lot of sceneries, Beaches, reach culture. Lies astride the Equator on the eastern coast of Africa. It is a medium sized country by continental standards, covering an area of about 586,600 sq.kms
Travel from Feb 24 to Mar 13
Thanks Mary !
A world of variety in the diversity of its people, its cultures and its customs. An assortment of wealth in the magnificense of its animal heritage, its abundant plant life, minerals, industries and attractions.
Airmal postcards stamps have been used
From Eastern Cape, South Africa
Travel from Feb 25 to Mar 13
Thanks Mr Ernie !
- Chinese New Year
- Gawai Festival
Gawai Dayak is a festival celebrated by Dayaks in Sarawak and West Kalimantan which is officially public holidays on 1 June and 2 June every year in Sarawak, Malaysia. It is both a religious and social occasion.
The word Gawai means a ritual or festival whereas Dayak is a collective name for the native ethnic groups of Sarawak and neighboring Indonesian Kalimantan who are the Iban also known previously as Sea Dayak and the Bidayuh people also known as Land Dayak and the Orang Ulu (inclusive of Kayans, Kenyahs, Lun Bawangs, etc.). Thus, Gawai Dayak literally means “Dayak Festival”.
- Dragon Boat Festival
- Ka’amatan Festival
The Kaamatan festival is an annual event in the cultural life of the Kadazandusuns of Sabah since time immemorial. In its deepest sense, Kaamatan festival is a manifestation of Creator and Creation relationship, as well as Inter-Creations relationship. It embodies the principal acts of invocation of divinities, appeasing, purification and restoration, re-union of benevolent spirits, and thanksgiving to the Source of All. It is part of a complex wholesome Momolian religious system centered on the paddy rites of passage and the life cycle of Bambarayon – the in-dwelling spirit of paddy.
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From Sepang, Malaysia
Travel from Mar 5 to Mar 12
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From Sabah, Malaysia
Travel from …… to Mar 15
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