This is an annual event which brings cycling enthusiasts from Malaysia and around the world such as Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Australia etc, to the historical town of Melaka.
The much anticipated eight-day event is one of the ultimate gruelling yet exciting off-road challenges traversing the rugged terrain of Sabah.
Jakarta Marathon is the biggest city marathon in Indonesia, recognized internationally as a world-class marathon throughout Southeast Asia. Every year, the marathon is participated by about 15,000 runners. With a growing number each year, Jakarta Marathon is divided into four categories: 5k, 10k, half marathon, and full marathon. The full marathon offers runners to comb the streets, landmarks, and architecture of Jakarta.
The most spectacular event of the year is the Hot Air Balloon Festival held every November in Taunggyi commonly called the Taunggyi Tazaungdaing Festival.
This festival will feature cultural shows, exhibitions, mask painting demonstrations, face painting, masks & face painting contests and masquerade walks.
Organised annually in Kota Belud, Tamu Besar is the biggest traditional open-air market in the state.
See how gongs are made and played. It is the backbone of almost any ethnic musical ensemble in the state.
An excellent chance for visitors to learn about Perak’s folk arts such as dance, music, singing, traditional theatre, fashion, martial arts, crafts, folk games, traditions and food.
Located at the Vastenburg Fort, City of Solo, Central Java, Indonesia International Mask Festival (IIMF) showcases unique traditional mask dance performances from every corner of the world, including the iconic mask dances of Indonesia. This event aims to develop Javanese creative industry and to feature the world’s most attractive performance arts for everyone.
The Golden Stupa or Pha That Luang is the national symbol and most important religious monument in Laos and Vientiane’s most important Buddhist festival is Boun That Luang. The That Luang festival is held over three-seven days during the full moon of the twenty-fifth lunar month (November, but sometimes October).
22 - 26 January 2018