Inviting jazz performers from all over the world, Ngayogjazz is an annual Jazz festival that combines natural atmosphere with pure psychedelic tunes. With serene traditional villages and picturesque surroundings as their venue, Ngayogjazz adds an extra vivacity to the festival with a unique jazz market that displays several local products.
Held in Cameron Highlands at an altitude between 1,135m to 2,031m above sea level, this race takes participants along tea plantations, vegetable farms and an Orang Asli Village.
Joget@Melaka showcases one of the most recognisable of Malay dances, known to all generations of Malaysians.
‘Bangsawan’ which means nobleman, depicts the legends and stories of Malay nobles in the palaces of the olden days.
Kuala Lumpur Fabulous Food Hunt (KLFFH) is a food-explorace program. Its objective is to promote Food Tourism in Kuala Lumpur.
Deepavali Carnival brings together the best of Indian ethnic diversities in a single venue with lots of shopping and entertainment.
Indonesian Kustom Kulture Festival or Kustomfest is an exhibition of customized vintage vehicles. Exhibiting everything from customized helmet paint, bikes, cars, bicycles, BMXs, and hot rods, you can even see a body art show and join the contest where you can get your very own tattoo.
Kedah Darul Aman is the nation’s rice bowl and in this festival, the rhythm of the pestle and mortar, known as Lesung, acts as a key element.
Held on the full moon, this marks the end of the rainy season period for monastic seclusion. Monks who were ordained for the phansa period leave the Vat to reunite with their families. This festival also involves launching candle-lit offerings on the river at night.
Lhai Heua Fai means “floating boats of light downstream”. This festival is celebrated on the night of the End of Lent. It is held all over Laos, especially where there is a river. The festival in Vientiane attracts big crowds of devotee and tourists but the one in Luang Prabang is even more spectacular. Every family makes a small round container, using banana leaves on a section of banana trunk. They put flowers, incense sticks, candles, betel nuts and other condiments for chewing and sometimes food and money. At the bank of the river, they light the candles, say prayers and send the boat of light floating away. The spectacle of thousands of boats of light with their twinkling candles on the Mekong River is most moving.