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Not-To-Be-Missed Around The World
The world is such a magnificent playground for travel hounds and thrill-seekers.
Here are some must-see events and festivals that will take your breath away as you get jet-setting to feed that wanderlust.

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Sculpture at Scenic World
Asia & Australia
Sculpture at Scenic World

Sculpture at Scenic World is Australia’s premier outdoor sculpture exhibition which transforms the ancient rainforest into an outdoor gallery in the heart of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains. 

The exhibition will showcase over 25 artworks from local, national and international artists.  Meander along the 2.4-kilometre Scenic Walkway as you take in the stunning artworks and scenery, accessed by none other than the world’s steepest passenger train, the Scenic Railway.

(Photo © Sculpture at Scenic World)

La Linea Festival – London Latin Music Festival
Europe
La Linea Festival – London Latin Music Festival

Latin music performances in the heart of London is what you’ll find at La Linea Festival London.

Each April, London hosts top artists from around the world to the delight of Latin Music fans.

Showcasing new artists and singer-songwriters with futuristic sounds and fusion styles, you can expect lots of class and fun. La Linia brings Latin music to a wider audience and highlights the contribution it has made to the world of music.

(Photos © iStock by Getty Images)

Targa Tasmania
Asia & Australia
Targa Tasmania

Over six days of Targa Tasmania, the world’s best touring, sports and GT cars compete in competitive stages on  the island’s toughest roads. They travel more than 2,000 kilometres to challenge the best in their category. Each year up to 300 of the world’s finest cars and drivers compete on Tasmania’s scenic routes and mountain passes. It’s your chance to get close to the best from Porsche, Lamborghini, Ferrari, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Lotus, Ford, Holden, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Audi, Nissan and Toyota.

Photo © iStock by Getty Images

Beltane Fire Festival
Europe
Beltane Fire Festival

The Beltane Fire Festival is an exciting celebration of summer with mesmerising display of fire, drumming and acrobatics – marking the changing of seasons. For one special night, a huge cast of otherworldly creatures lead thousands of spectators on an unforgettable procession around Calton Hill. Through spectacular fiery displays and immersive storytelling, the event shows the May Queen transforming the Green Man from his wintry guise so they can rule together over the warmer months.

(Photos © iStock by Getty Images)

King’s Day
Europe
King’s Day

King’s Day (Koningsdag) festivities invite locals and visitors alike to soak up Amsterdam’s open-air fun (it was celebrated for the first time in 2014, after the inauguration of King Willem-Alexander on 30 April 2013 (what was then still Queen’s Day). In the streets, canals, parks and everywhere in between, the city is bursting with orange as Amsterdammers enjoy the biggest street party of the year. Amidst orange-pride, live music, DJs, parties and a citywide street market, you’ll find an electric atmosphere with street vendors, a market day, and a insane boat parade party on the canals.

(Photos © iStock by Getty Images)

The Clairvoyants Live in Singapore
Asia & Australia
The Clairvoyants Live in Singapore

Having spellbound audiences with sold-out shows across the world, critically-acclaimed illusionists The Clairvoyants come to Singapore. Get ready to be mystified and wowed by Thommy Ten and Amelie Van Tess, who have appeared on various television shows including NBC’s ‘America’s Got Talent’ where they came in first runner-up after having bewitched judges Heidi Klum, Mel B, Simon Cowell and Howie Mandel, as well as millions of viewers at home.

(Photos © Resorts World Theatre)

* All information on events are subject to change.

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