From Beijing to New York, today celebrations are spreading all over the world. Whether you belong to the Asian culture and follow the traditions or just want to have fun, check out the list of celebration hotspots worldwide. Top cities host parades, restaurants serve new year specialties, people are happy – aren’t that good pretty reasons to head off for a journey? And if you are travelling and need to call back home, Yolla is at your service!
Fact: when it comes to holidays, people get carried away. New Year’s Eve is the peak of preparations, celebrations, and fun. In the midnight, people get rid of all the bad things that happened in the previous year and attract new good spirits and emotions. As an international company, we know pretty lots of hints from all around the world on how to attract extra luck. We shared some of them a year ago, and today we’ll extend the list a little bit.
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Ho-ho-ho! It’s the 1st of December, meaning main holidays of the year – Christmas in the Catholic world and New Year’s Eve – are coming. Either children or adults are equally waiting for this magical time as everyone deep inside believes that some miracles are about to happen in the late December.
People start getting carried away (right now, actually) buying proper presents for the whole family, planing on food and beverages for the nights.
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The happiest day of the year in Indian culture is coming, as Diwali festival is almost here! Call India for cheap and congratulate your Indian friends!
Diwali, or Deepavali, is India’s biggest and the most important holiday, just as Christmas is in the Western cultures. Regardless of faith, Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists all celebrate this day as a national holiday. It marks the ultimate win of good over evil, light over darkness, hope over despair.
Every year millions of Muslims all over the world celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr at the start of Shawwal – the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar. It marks the end of Ramadan, the Holy Month, during which Muslims dedicate themselves to God.