Ko Tao, a popular island in the Gulf of Thailand, is the venue for the 2nd Tao Music & Underwater Festival – a cultural, artistic and eco-friendly event which will take place over three days, from 28-30 March, 2017. Best of all, proceeds from the event will go towards protecting the local environment on and off-shore.
An annual event that gathers bikers from around the country and brings them to Terengganu.
On the day of Nyepi or Bali’s Day of Silence, there is a parade created to cleanse the environment of spiritual pollutants: Ogoh Ogoh Parade.
A challenging run at the most spectacular location - the Crocker Range Park - the route includes bitumen, gravel roads and lush trails through primary and secondary jungle.
Putrajaya Bridge Night Ride (PBNR) is a fun and relaxing bicycle ride tour around the bridges of Putrajaya during the night time.
Join us at the Sabah Agriculture Park, home to a myriad of ferns, blooms and all things green, to celebrate its anniversary with interesting competitions and games.
An annual event held in conjunction with the City’s 17th anniversary. Participants include local and international dart enthusiasts.
Done in collaboration with Istana Budaya, this programme brings a splendid Musical: Hikayat Hang Tuah.
Thao Suranari Memorial Fair is one of the biggest annual events that takes place in Nakhon Ratchasima province and has become popular with international visitors seeking unique local experiences in Thailand’s Northeastern Region.
Trat is a popular province for tourists, especially its famous Ko Chang that attracts thousands of sun seekers every year. But many people don’t know that this lovely province was once in French hands. This is why Trat holds its Independence Day annually to mark the historic day on which Trat and Ko Chang were handed back to Thailand on 23 March, 1907.
22 - 26 January 2018