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Tourism Calender For The Month Of November 2007

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November 1-18, Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney

This is Australia’s largest free-to-public exhibition of sculpture. The sculptures are spread out on the 2 km long coastal walk from Bondi Beach to Tamarama. Over 100 sculptures from 18 countries will be part of the 11th edition of this event. Visit : www.sculpturebythesea.com

November 3-10, World Drums Festival, Malaysia

Drummers from Japan, America, Venezuela, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Argentina and Senegal are expected to participate in this high decibel event to be held in the Malaysian state of Negeri Sembilan. There will also be a competition among traditional Malaysian “Kompang”. Visit : www.malaysiaworlddrums.com

November 8-11, Sahara Douz Festival, Tunisia

This festival started out as a Bedouin marriage market, but now attracts a large number of tourists. There are camel and greyhound races and even equestrian military exercises. For those wishing to try some desert food, there are food stalls selling fresh dates and delicious Tunisian dishes. Visit : www.tourismtunisia.com

November 13-17, Jewellery Arabia Show, Bahrain

The Middle East is a great place to go jewellery shopping. The annual Jewellery Arabia Show will see 500 exhibitors vying for your attention and your money with their displays of antique jewellery, diamond, gold and silver jewellery and silverware. And the exhibits are not restricted to jewellery; ornamental watches and clocks are also part of the show. Valentine, Chanel, Versace, Gucci, Swatch, Omega and Patek Philippe are just some of the big names who will be exhibiting their wares. Visit : www.aeminfo.com.bh



November 15, World’s Biggest Liar Competition

This competition is held at Wasdale in Cumbria in England in memory of Will Ritson, who, as landlord of the local inn in the 19th century, regaled travelers with his extremely creative tall tales. Politicians and lawyers are not allowed to take part. Visit : www.santonbridgeinn.com

November 24, Pha That Luang Festival, Laos

This festival marks the last of the year’s festivities in this country. Monks from all across Laos converge in Vientiane and people offer them food and flowers through the week leading to the festival. A grand fireworks display is the fitting finale. Visit : www.tourismlaos.gov.la

November 25, Lop Buri Monkey Banquet

The ancient Thai city of Lop Buri is home to many monkeys. Each year, on the last Sunday of November, a lavish banquet is spread out among the Khmer ruins for the primates. Obviously, there will a lot of monkey business on display at the event. Visit : www.tourismthailand.org





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