Which country is kite festival? The Weifang International Kite Festival (Chinese: 潍坊国际风筝节) is an annual kite-flying festival held from April 20 to 25 in Weifang, China. Weifang, Shandong, China is known as the kite capital of the world as people consider Weifang to be the birthplace of kites.
Why is the kite festival celebrated? It is the sign for farmers that the sun is back and that harvest season, Makara Sankranti/Mahasankranti, is approaching. This is considered one of the most important harvest days in India as it also marks the end of winter and the beginning of the harvest season.
What is the kite festival UK? St Annes on Sea, Lancashire
St Annes hosts the spectacular annual Kite Festival, featuring magnificent kites from all over the world. During the weekend of 7-8 September, there will be lots of entertainment for kids of all ages, including market stalls and face painting.
What is the kite festival in Malaysia? Huge kites fly on steady winds over the beaches of Tumpat town in Kelantan where the Kelantan International Wau Festival, Malaysia’s multi-day international kite festival, is held every year.