Travel north to Kudat for the Gimpuhut Foundation Festival. The highlight is the charity dinner with the appearance of Rungus Gimpuhut (Beauty Queens) in traditional costumes.
MIDE is the premier show that is designed to build a high-end exhibition platform to expand the dive market.
Filmmakers are invited to join the filmmakers’ competition, the Sabah Film Academy or the Sabah Pitching Training & Awards.
Spend the day getting to know Agnes Keith, the renowned author who wrote ‘Land Below the Wind’ which chronicles her life in Sandakan from 1934 to 1952.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful colors, enchanting scents, and sweetness of various tropical flowers and fruits at the special festivity of Flower and Fruits Festival 2017 scheduled to take place on 6th to 9th July 2017. This annual folk fiesta will be held in the picturesque cool mountain town of Berastagi in the Beautiful Karo Highlands of Karo Regency, North Sumatra Province.
The KLIGP Fair is the most innovative and biggest gifts, premium and stationery fair in Malaysia.
Facing the wide Indian Ocean, the island of Sumba near Komodo Island in the province of East Nusa Tenggara is probably more popular as a surfers' paradise and an exclusive secluded hideaway. However, Sumba was for centuries known as Sandalwood Island for its fragrant wood sought particularly by Chinese noblemen. For this reason, the swift Sumba horses are called Sandalwood Ponies,That are most popular for horse racing. These horses are the highlight of the exciting annual tradition of the Pasola Jousting Festival.
A fun-filled, immersive and interactive family experience under a massive, air-conditioned Big Top populated with over 30 live-size moving, roaring creatures from the Jurassic Age.
Crafts Exotica is a 4-week programme highlighting the cultural heritage of Sabah through handicraft-making clinics and workshops as well as a showcase of traditional games.
Moginakan is a combination of two Kadazandusun words, that translates to ‘feasting’. Find great bargains at the Tamu (open air market) or enjoy traditional sports and cultural performances.
22 - 26 January 2018