Langkawi, officially known as Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah is an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea, some 30 km off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia. The islands are a part of the state of Kedah, which is adjacent to the Thai border. On July 15, 2008, Sultan Abdul Halim of Kedah had consented to the change of name to Langkawi Permata Kedah in conjunction with his Golden Jubilee Celebration. By far the largest of the islands is the eponymous Pulau Langkawi with a population of some 64,792, the only other inhabited island being nearby Pulau Tuba. Langkawi is also an administrative district with the town of Kuah as largest town. Langkawi is a duty-free island.
With a 400-year history blending inhabitation of Chinese, Portuguese and other western cultures, Macau has all sorts of festivals and holidays. Traditional Chinese festivals, local folk and religious feasts and great international events and activities entertain travelers all year long.
Although once a Portuguese colony, Chinese people dominate the popular of Macau -- up to 95%, among which most are from Guangdong and Fujian provinces with their prevailing traditions and folk customs. As a result, celebration of Chinese traditional festivals form an important part of Macau's festive feast.
Traditional Chinese festivals celebrated include: Spring Festival, Qingming Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Double Ninth Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival.
When walking in the Celle parks, you encounter birds and other animal life in your surroundings. Different types of birds fly around the environment and rest on trees and branches luckily close to you.
On some buildings you will find artistic designs that are of different cultures than the German. They have decorated this building in German style art however with the influence of Egyptian art icons. This is an example of the rich and diverse culture you will experience if you decided to take a trip to this wonderful town of Celle in Germany.