Your Bucket List: Some Quirky Festivals From Around The World

Everyone loves festivals. They are a great way to get together and celebrate life. While there are many festivals that are home to India, there are plenty of them around the world waiting to be explored by you.

Take a look at some unique and fun festivals which should be on your bucket list.


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Image Courtesy – Gannett


1. Wizard World, United States:

Held across the United States of America, the Wizard world festival brings together fans and celebrities to celebrate comic books, fantasies and wizards.

So all you comic fans out there, book your tickets and head to America!


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Image courtesy – scoopwhoop


2. Rebel Bingo, UK:

Imagine how great it would be to gather around fellow rebellions dancing to the causes they support? This festival is one of a kind that celebrates rebellion of all sorts. Rebel Bingo is surely setting a revolution and is a must visit. If you are planning to head here, you are likely to experience boldness, intensity, and fear.


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Image Courtesy – 2016Festivals2017


3. Yi Peng Lantern Festival, Malaysia:

Held in Thailand to honour Buddha, this festival of lights should definitely be on your bucket list. The main charm of the Yi Peng Lantern Festival are the floating lights. This festival is unique as people release thousands of lanterns lit in the sky while making a wish.While the exact date of this event is not announced, do follow the festival online to know the dates a few weeks in advance. You don’t want to miss the beauty of the festival of lights, Yi Peng Lantern.


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Image Courtesy – Allevents


4. La Tomatina, Europe:

Remember the movie Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara? It captured the madness of La Tomatina that is celebrated in Spain. Held in the town of Valencia, participants throw tomatoes and get involved in this tomato fight purely for entertainment purposes.


Make sure to inform your close friends about this and head to celebrate this festival with full pomp and gusto.
So which one is your favourite? Comment below and let us know!

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