Watch longboat and traditional sports in this water festival.
The traditional arts theatre presents classical masterpieces synonymous with the Malaysian culture. It will be a true cultural journey.
Also known as “Poppy Day”, this event brings war veterans from the Commonwealth Countries as well as locals and visitors from around the world to pay tribute to the fallen heroes.
Experience the Deepavali festivities in an open house celebration, a programme that brings people together to celebrate the country’s various festivals.
‘Bangsawan’ which means nobleman, depicts the legends and stories of Malay nobles in the palaces of the olden days.
This event aims to bring awareness to preserve and conserve the marine life, especially the endangered sea turtles.
Sail Malaysia is held to introduce yatching activities and to encourage marine tourism in Malaysia.
After the rains, the monks would need new robes and on the full moon day, the offering of new robes for the monks are held. It is called the Khahtein ceremony. Sets of new robes and other offerings such as slippers, umbrellas, alms bowls, food, towels, soap and other necessities are presented to monks. Cash offerings for monasteries are also collected and displayed on wooden frames built in the shape of a tree.
The Loi (or Loy) Krathong festival is celebrated nationwide as the full moon of the 12th lunar month – usually in November – lights up the night sky.
A mountain bike event crossing the hilly roads at Teluk Chempedak. The adventurous trails and narrow roads challenge every rider while the beautiful beaches provide a tranquil backdrop.