Enjoy a journey into the world of traditional Kelantan handicraft through craft sales, exhibitions, demonstrations, cultural performances and many more. Meet renowned handicraft designers and get the latest creations.
Metaltech is Malaysia’s largest exhibition for the metalworking and machine tool industries for over two decades.
Passionate runners from around the world are encouraged to roam around the gorgeous landscape of Yogyakarta and Parang Tritis, including the magnificent beach of Depok, Yogyakarta. Prepare yourself to run around on one of the most beautiful coasts throughout Java and its most pleasant view before sunset.
Experience the Tadau Ka’amatan festivities in an open house celebration, a programme that brings people together to celebrate the country’s various festivals.
This concert features an orchestra consisting of about 100 musicians playing the Cak Lempong, a traditional musical instrument, in a variety of traditional and modern genre.
Held in conjunction with the Harvest Festival, the 2-day Ka’amatan Challenge caters to the novice and amateur categories in the 4x4 off road competition.
Ranging from new runners to professionals, Bintan Triathlon is one of the most awaited annual triathlon festivals in Asia, presented in six different categories. Entering its twelfth year as it continues to draw more participants every year, the event is always a good challenge for sport lovers with its endurance test.
Mengemping Padi’ is a traditional ritual carried out by farmers in the olden days to offer thanks after the harvesting season.
Since 2008, the many artists of Jogjakarta have contributed to Jogjakarta Art Fair. Although in 2010 the name changed to Art Jog, the festival remains to be an outstanding exhibit with remarkable artworks from numerous local artists.
Ba Chua Xu Temple Festival takes place every year on Sam Mountain. The ceremony, also called the Via Ba ceremony, attracts a great number of visitors who come to light incense sticks for good health, luck and better crops and participate in the many folkloric activities.
22 - 26 January 2018