KL Tower is a magnet for extreme sports enthusiasts particularly ‘BASE’ (building, antennas, span, earth) jumpers. Every year more than 100 daredevils jump from the tower and make three second free falls before opening their chutes, leaving spectators breathless!
Kate Festival is the most unique festival of the Cham people. It associates with ancient towers where values of Cham culture are stored and other cultural aspects such as offerings, costumes, music instruments and hymns praising kings who made great service to the Champa Kingdom and Cham people.
A food-based explorace that is held in conjunction with ‘Citrarasa’ and the ‘Fabulous Food 1Malaysia Campaign’. It takes 150 teams around Kuala Lumpur using the city’s public transportation.
The ATP World Tour 250 series is the newest series for tennis tournaments of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) from the 2009 ATP World Tour.
This festival unites kite-flying enthusiasts from around the world while promoting Bintulu as a tourist destination.
Bon Odori is a Japanese cultural performance. This celebration in Shah Alam is the biggest in Malaysia with over 20,000 people.
A fun and educational festival where one can enjoy the traditional games played by our forefathers. Try your hand at congkak or play the Malaysian hopscotch.
This exhibition will highlight the artistry, intricacy, traditional production methods and exclusive value of songket.
Bird enthusiasts from all across the globe will congregate at the third edition of this festival. Sabah is home to 568 bird species, four of which are found nowhere else in the world.
The Mid-Autumn Festival, commonly known in Malaysia as the Lantern and Mooncake Festival, is a popular East Asian celebration of abundance and togetherness.
22 - 26 January 2018