Over the years many cultures, traditions and celebrations have been born. Such festivals are celebrated with a significant reason behind it. These may even clearly define and distinguish one country’s tradition and culture from another. And having the opportunity to be a part of this and experience the wonderful festivities is truly a privilege. Here are some places you ought to visit to experience this amazing blast of culture, tradition and endless enjoyment. Mountain roast in Japan Usually on the 28th of January or if there is a problem of bad weather, then on the 29th of January, the Japanese gather at Nara to celebrate the festival of Wakakusa Yamayaki, where the mountain of Wakakusa is set on fire where the dead grass is burned. And it seems like a blazing volcanic reaction that is celebrated afterwards with a firework show. The reasons for these have been speculated as a carrying of tradition that was once due to the severe border wars between the great temples in Nara and others speculate the reason to be in order to eliminate the wandering wild boars. Whatever the reason, this lit up burning mountain cannot be missed from even miles away and is truly a spectacular event to witness. All you need to do is find place for short term rentals Ashgrove and pack up your stuff for a trip to japan, to witness this amazing mountain roast. The carnival in Venice The carnival di venezia promises one long holiday of endless partying and fun! From the 11th to the 28th of February, this carnival plunges you into a long trip down the historic lane with 18th century get-ups and other decorations and events. What’s even better is that this celebration brings a lot of unity and bonding even amongst complete non-local strangers! And so if you want a place of Brisbane holiday accommodations all you would have to do is just ask! Not that it is cool to stay in a stranger’s home but if you are out of luck with motels to stay in, may be you could at least get a basement to stay in for the week!The wild parade in New Orleans Ever watched Alvin and the chipmunks? Then you must have witnessed their wild partying in the parade at New Orleans! This is one city that is so lit and alive just like the carnival in Brazil! It is generally held on the 24th of February and lasts till the 28th. The carnival named Mardi Gras has a motto of “Laissez les bons temps rouler” which translates to “let the good times roll”, and we know and have heard all about Americans and their wild partying, and this festival is like the wildest one ever, and it lets them top the notch in those partying abilities by ten times or even more! So get dressed up in purple, green or gold and embrace the party spirit of Mardi Gras! The lantern festival in ChinaThis a real life lantern festival that is very similar to the one portrayed on Tangled! On the 10th February China celebrates this celebrate to commemorate a tradition carried out during the days of the Xing dynasty. However today the tradition is carried out in a much different way, something more light and alluring!