If you need a reason to “bags, backpacks” travel during may, the attractive Festival that Bettertraveltips.comÂ introduced here are the best suggestions.
1. the Festival horse racing Kentucky Derby, United States of America
The Festival horse racing Kentucky Derby as one of the horse race quite special, because it only lasted for 2 minutes with the 1.25 miles in length. This is a traditional horse race takes place annually starting in 1875, of the Louisville, Kentucky and is the number of attendees at most in North America. Participate in the Festival, you can enjoy a “specialty” of it is cold whiskey mixed with Mint, to congratulate the winner with the brilliance of 564 cotton rose red (Kentucky Derby and was known as the “race of the Roses”, by those who attended were “makeup” for using the flowers pink color).
This is a traditional horse race takes place annually starting in 1875, of the Louisville, Kentucky and is the number of attendees at most in North America. Photo: citysaver.com
2. the Festival dumplings University, China
Duration: From 3-7/5
The Festival is taking place at the University, a tiny island in Hong Kong to celebrate Vesak Day. Visitors to the Festival will be enjoying the performances featured folk art, the parade with Dragon and Lion, or the baby standing in the tall column. But the main highlight of the Festival is the climb up and get the dumplings from “extreme” dumplings Tower high, people here believe that, if taken as many dumplings, then their families as having much luck and auspicious.
The Festival is taking place at the University, a tiny island in Hong Kong to celebrate Vesak Day. Photo: wsj.com
3. the Festival of roses, Morocco
Period: mid May
For mid may at the time of the harvest, in the ravines near the Sahara Atlas is the World Commission beyond imagination of visitors, because the entire area is always flooded with colourful of this lovely flower.
During harvest, the Roses race each other very auras and selected for the snare, which attracts more than 20,000 visitors to the town. The Festival lasts for three days, featuring concerts, dance parties and horse parades under the “rain” rose petals.
A Moroccan man on “forest” United has just harvested. Photo: qgoss.wordpress.co
4. the Festival Cinco de Mayo, United States of America
Cinco de Mayo is not a Festival to celebrate Mexico’s independence day, which is the festival celebrating the victory of the Mexican army in battle against the French at Puebla in 1862, when France’s occupation of this country. The Festival is celebrated widely in the us, where the number of Mexicans living very East.
Cinco de Mayo is a lively festival, where you can enjoy the folk dances, mariachi music, cocktails frozen margaritas and attractive cuisine, all of which carry the culture of Mexico.The celebration took place in the State of Colorado with cooking contest with green chili powder and taco eating contest cakes (deep-fried Mexican meat pies), during which the Festival takes place in San Diego back jubilantly with music and flamenco dance, horse-riding and outdoor drinking areas.
The Festival is celebrated widely in the us, where the number of Mexicans living very East.Photo: ibtimes.co.uk
5. Festival procession in Ypres, Belgium
Time: second Sunday in may
This exciting Festival took place at the Grote market, Ypres, Belgium on November second Sunday in May. For on this day every year, people would manifest the dress the cats from ancient Egyptian times to the middle ages, even adapted the shape these cats in fairy tales.After that, they will gather into the parade around the town. The store across the street, will have plenty of chocolate bars, Marzipan figure cat and many other related items.
The Festival’s attractions is that people will mock cat Kattenstoet procession-a giant, then you’ll probably enjoy “the rain” the cat toy.
This exciting Festival took place at the Grote market, Ypres, Belgium on November second Sunday in May. Photo: en.rocketnews24.com
6. La Feria de Abril, Spain
Time: early may
Is taking place at the time 2 weeks after Holy week, Seville’s main Festival usually falls in April or early May.
During the day, the locals will mark the beginning of spring by dancing the sevillanas music and performing the traditional music of Seville on the streets of Los Remedios. In the evening, people will move into one of more than 1,000 casetas (huts temporarily) in the area of fair trade in the private ownership of the homes or businesses opened to invited guests the delicious appetizers such as Tapas (Spanish savoury dish) and drinks (traditional cocktails Rebujito fair , made from soda and wine sherry).
Participant is wearing the costume wear colourful. Photo: theoverseasescape.com
7. the Thrissur Pooram Festival, India
This is one of the Festival’s most monumental elephant parade of southern India. The Festival was started in 1798 by Raja Rama Varma of Cochin Kingdom’s Prince, the Festival is taking place in 10 local temple to pay homage to Lord Shiva with glass in the main temple in Thrissur district of the city of Thrissu. The main highlight of the Festival is that the elephants are “makeup” thoroughly with the hooded scarf, yellow and other showy decorations-marching through streets, combined with the fireworks and the series continues, drums throb.
This is one of the Festival’s parade the raging elephants avoid most of southern India.Photo: fest300.com
8. the Festival Waisak, Indonesia
Waisak’s day Festival Vesak (may fall on different dates in different regions), held in particular large and magnificent in the central island of Java in Indonesia. During the festival days, thousands of Buddhists from around the world will converge at the Temple of Borobudur â€“ a UNESCO World Heritage site-the largest Buddhist monument in the world, to pay homage and pray. Once night falls, Corps of pilgrims and monks will light up candles, lay flowers and chanting.
During the festival days, thousands of Buddhists from around the world will converge at the Temple of Borobudur â€“ a UNESCO World Heritage site-the largest Buddhist monument in the world, to pay homage and pray. Photo: Touropia.com
9. the Festival rolling under the cheeses (Cheese-Rolling Festival), England
As one of the “crazy” for the world, the Festival rolling according to cheese takes place every year at the Cooper’s Hill Hill in Gloucestershire, England, starting in the 19th century.Thousands of people test each other in pursuit of a piece of cheese is drop rolling down from the top of the Hill, due to the slope and the surface roughness of the Hill so it’s quite dangerous and easily cause injury to participants, leading up to the Festival was officially cancelled in 2011. Since then, however, not be held properly, but the Festival still is the local volunteer organizations and lure people to participate.
The roll according to the cheeses was dubbed one of the “crazy” for the world. Photo: boston.com
10. candle-Racing Festival, Italy
The Festival is a race of giant candle procession in Gubbio, Italy as a way to commemorate Saint Ubaldo of the locals. A large number of participants will divide into 3 teams wore red, yellow, blue, 3. They come from out of town and then run up the slopes of Monte Ingino, through the area of the Cathedral and in particular each team carrying a giant candle 4 m long, weighs about 400 pounds.
The air wildly at the Festival. Photo: pickyourtrail.com