The race gets bigger and better this year with more exciting action and activities.
The much anticipated eight-day event is one of the most gruelling yet exciting off-road challenges traversing the rugged terrain of Sabah.
The gong is one of the quintessential musical instruments of Sabah and is produced by craft makers in Matunggong, Kudat. See how they are made and played to produce the unique sounds of ethnic Sabah music.
This festival commemorates the time when the Buddha returned to earth after preaching in the abode of celestials during the three months of Lent.
The annual Keo Pagoda Festival lasts three days during which lots of religious and traditional rituals and customs are held in celebration of the Buddhist monk who rendered great merits to the people and the country.
The WTA Finals Singapore brings together the greatest women in the tennis world to compete for the coveted championship titles and USD$ 7 million over eight smashing days.
The Borneo Bird Festival celebrates the feathered beauties of Borneo, creating public awareness in conservation efforts while promoting birdwatching and eco-tourism activities.
Running for 15 days, the Phchum Ben Day Festival is dedicated to blessing the spirits of the dead. This is one of the most culturally significant in Cambodia, culminating in celebrations on the 15th day of the tenth month in the Khmer lunar calendar, at the end of the Buddhist lent (usually late September or early to mid-October).
The cluster monuments of Tran Temple is located in the surbub of Nam Dinh in a large area of more than 10 hecta with many communal houses, pagodas, temples, tombs, stone shrines which were errected at the place where the old palaces used to stand.
As one of the homes for the most abundant and expertly created handicrafts, Indonesia has been exhibiting their finest craftsmen in several events; one of the largest is the Jakarta International Handicraft Trade Fair (INACRAFT).
22 - 26 January 2018