The Chinese New year Spring Festival is scheduled with the start of the lunar New Year, and has its origins from the rural folklore which prevails to date.
(PRWEB UK) 7 February 2013
TravelhouseUK has served to direct its passenger base for availing bargain deals in order to plan their travels ahead of time. Under annual routine, the agency has brought forth flights operated by major international air carriers for tourists intending to attend the Chinese New Year Spring Festival.
According to news published by China Daily, China Eastern Airlines has stepped up its regional and international operations in accordance with the Lunar New Year. The airline has added 1300 international flights and 3000 domestic flights within China, which would last even after the festival concludes.
According to the database of TravelHouseUK, China Eastern Airlines has a wide destination network spanning across the Far East. The airline facilitates many flights from the UK, with majority of them taking off from London’s Heathrow Airport.
The festival is celebrated all across China, while major urban settlements are highlighted to accommodate the international community with appropriate arrangements and events. Major metropolitan hubs of Hong Kong and Macau are known to be favorites for attending the event, while there are other urban cities which can be considered as suitable destinations. The cities of Beijing, Harbin and Xian are located in the same north eastern region to accommodate tours for international visitors, who can avail the opportunity for exploring major landmarks and attractions in these areas.
TravelhouseUK offers bookings for flights to all major destinations in China. The agency has registered with multiple international airlines for flights to Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Macau, which can be booked via phone as well as internet.
The Chinese New year Spring Festival is scheduled with the start of the lunar New Year, and has its origins from the rural folklore which prevails to date. The festivities are mainly rituals to ward off evil spirits in Chinese beliefs, while religious ceremonies are also organized in major temples for mass prayer sessions.
With the spread of its immigrant community, the tradition of celebrating the Chinese New Year has spilled over into major countries of the world. Sydney organizes its very own Chinese New Year Festival which coincides during the same period. The city takes the opportunity to include most of the major events for promoting Chinese culture, such as art exhibitions, mass parades, workshops, feasts, fireworks display, a dragon boat race as well as temporary markets. Countries of the Far East such as Malaysia also officially administer their own festival.
The festival is one of the main events in Chinese heritage, and consists of mass public movements across the Chinese region. The occasion marks families to get together, which is why excessive domestic passenger traffic is observed from urban to rural followed on by rural to urban regions. Chinese population settled abroad also consists of a major share of inbound passengers travelling to the country for the occasion. The scale of celebration even includes the typical Chinese household, while local communities throng the streets to witness vibrant parades and firework displays for keeping nightlife active for the events.