The entire nation of Brunei participates in this joyous occasion, which many citizens prepare for months in advance. Schoolchildren, private sector representatives and civil servants work hand-in-hand rehearsing their parts in flash-card displays and other colourful public gatherings and celebrations, all culminating each year on the 23rd of February.
Jogja Air Show is an annual air acrobat event organized by Yogyakarta Government Office, Federation of Aero Sport Indonesia, and Adisucipto Air Force. Located at an airfield of Depok Bantul Beach, this event presents more than 300 athletes of various air sports from around the world, including England, Malaysia, and the Philippines.
The biggest cycling race in the region, held against the backdrop of the scenic island.
Do you like handicrafts? Or are you a craftsperson, yourself? Visit the 15th annual National Craft Day this February, a two week event comprising craft sales, craft exhibitions, craft demonstrations, cultural performances and many more.
The International Bamboo Organ Festival began in 1976, one year after the inaugural post-restoration concert on the world’s only Bamboo Organ – an instrument that is almost 200 years old and crafted almost entirely of bamboo. This 10-day musical and cultural event features brilliant performances from homegrown talents such as the Las Piñas Boys Choir, as well as Music Professor Armando Salarza, a prominent figure in the festival as recitalist, ensemble player, harpsichordist, and conductor. The year 2015 marks the 40th Anniversary of the landmark 1975 concert, and celebrations get underway on February 19th at a gala concert.
This event will be held in conjunction with the Federal Territory Day with the aim of making KL Tower a hub for tourists with various annual events.
A serious introduction to the world of trail running, the BUTM is a challenging ultra-trail marathon with a 100k, 50k, and shorter 30k and 12k trail run categories to choose from. Held at Kiulu Village Tuaran, Sabah.
The KL Saracens Rugby Club was originally fathers and son getting together at a weekend to train and play rugby, this was back in 2003 and was held at the Astaka Ground in Petaling Jaya.
As a living icon with important symbolic connotations and historical associations in Laos, the elephant is an animal dear to the hearts of the Lao people. The Elephant Festival is a celebration of culture and traditional ties between Lao communities and elephant, as well as drawing attention to the endangered status of this charismatic Species.
Held at Pantai Balok, Kuantan, Pahang, this event features wind surfing & kite surfing competitions. Enjoy the atmosphere with competitors and supporters from various nations.
22 - 26 January 2018