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D ia de los Muertos’ directly translates into ‘Day of the Dead’ in English and as blood-curdling as it sounds, it is a famous Mexican festival that has a joyous loving backstory. Considered by many as the Mexican equivalent of the Jewish festival, Sukkot, or Halloween, Dia de los Muertos begins on October 31 and runs through to November 2. It is a special time for the living to commemorate and celebrate those who have passed on.
If you want to embrace Mexican culture, then do as the Mexicans do; dance to eargasmic tunes, dig into scrumptious tacos and indulge in the best tequila. Read on to learn how the locals and foreigners did just that during the biggest and deadliest Dia de los Muertos celebrations that took place at the F1 Pit Building earlier this month.