Feng Shui Travel Guide 2018: Where To Go Based On Your Chinese Horoscope
By KAYAK Australia
The Ultimate Feng Shui Travel Guide According To Your Chinese Horoscope
2018 is the Chinese Year of the Dog. While the Lunar New Year celebration starts on 15 February, according to Chinese Feng Shui theory, your good luck for the year starts from Lichun (beginning of spring in the traditional East Asian calendar), which this year, falls on 4th February.
So where should you aim to travel this year for some good luck? You may have already seen the first instalment of our Feng Shui guide, in which we revealed the compass directions and associated cities that hold good fortune this year. Now we’re back to give you some more tips, thanks to Hong Kong Feng Shui master Tong Wong, who gave us a few tips based on Flying Star Feng Shui.
Where to Travel for Good Luck according to your Chinese Zodiac
Do you know your sign? Are you a dog, or perhaps a rat? While Western zodiacs are calculated based on the month that you’re born, Chinese zodiacs are calculated based on the year, also on a cycle of twelve (if you were born late-January to mid-February, double-check which year your birthday lies with a Lunar Calendar converter).
Here are some fun and handy travelling tips for each Chinese zodiac sign!
Winter is coming! Rats should avoid travelling North this year. Destinations that you may want to save for next year include China, Thailand and even Bali (sorry!) Instead, aim your compass Southwest or Northeast to one of these destinations for extraordinary experiences in 2018:
To make the most of 2018, tigers should head either Southwest or Northeast. Now there might not be a ton of places to go in the Southwest – a quick weekend trip to Perth could be an easy option for some of you. Or just take a drive somewhere to the Southeast!
If you’re looking for something farther flung, better head Northeast. Fancy an adventure in the Americas? Sink your teeth into these juicy destinations:
The year of the Dog is a year of good luck for you! Apparently there are many carrots in your future, particularly in the Southwest. If you’re thinking Southwest isn’t offering you much in the way of options, you’re in luck as Northwest is also looking good. Why not hop over to:
One last tip for the bunnies – if you’re a rabbit-entrepreneur or are single and looking for some luck in love, go somewhere Southeast.NZ anyone?
Dragon (2012, 2000, 1988, 1976, 1964, 1952):
Evil hobbitses are teeming in the Northwest, so avoid destinations such as Singapore, New Delhi, Athens, Prague, Zagreb, Vienna, or London, lest they steal your treasure. Instead, travel Southeast to find better fortune in New Zealand (famously known for its local dragon population).
You’re in luck – nowhere is off-limits for serpents during the year of the Dog. Snakes should feel free to slither to anywhere they like this year, but for a boost of extra luck, the best directions for you are Northeast and Northwest.
Lucky directions for you this year are Northwest or Northeast. Horses who travel with friends born in the year of the Tiger will enjoy extra hay this year. So, find a stripy friend and gallop along to these hotspots for a prosperous year!
Those born in the year of the Goat are kind, calm and less assertive. But this is your year to take a chance, as there are no baa-a-a-ad directions for goats to travel this year. Go wherever your heart takes you in 2018! For an extra lucky trip, your best chances lie Northeast and South.
Cocks normally crow when the sun rises in the East, but if you are an adventurous Rooster, 2018 is the year to try something different when you travel. This year, travel to the West would be your best option, so why not take advantage with a special trip to South Africa or Mauritius?
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