Several introductory shots of Bangkok's Royal Palace and temples. "Spring in Thailand means sinuous and symbolic dancing at open-air restaurants" - narrator's remark is accompanied with traditionally dressed young couple dancing in a restaurant garden. Food looks fantastic. Dancers' faces are covered with makeup and their bodies with gold and silk - both look remarkably feminine.
High Tatra, Czechoslovakia.
Traditionally dressed young Slovak men celebrate spring in traditional way - they pour cold well water over their chosen girls' heads - not many escape. Girls give them Easter eggs as a sign of returned affection. Tradition (read religion) is preserved however strongly communism fights it.
"In our playground island of Bermuda" spring is known as carnival time and celebrated with a flower parade - great figures, at least as good as Dutch. People enjoy a great parade. I loved a hippie man with a lovely transparent - "Love Thy Neighbour (He May Own A Boat.)". Parade significantly ends with parade queen sitting in a middle of a huge crown.
Traditionally dressed wedding party leaves church in communist Czechoslovakia. Modern dress wedding party leaves church. People smile and cheer the newly wed. "This is the tenth wedding today" - says voiceover finally confirming that power of spring knows no bounds.
Cuts exist - see separate record.