Angono’s joyous fiesta in honor of San Clemente whose image, resplendent in papal investment, is borne by male devotees during a procession accompanied by parehadoras devotees dressed in colorful local costumes, wooden shoes and carrying boat paddles and higantes, giant paper mache effigies.
The Spartan Race is an internationally known event for both first timers and seasoned racers with over 240 races held 25 countries around the world. One of the locations is held in the wonderful Bintan Island. The race includes not only running, but also climbing, pushing, pulling, throwing, crawling walls, hills, trees, muds, and barbed wires.
Surin province is well-known for its domestic elephant village where it holds 'Surin Elephant Round-Up' every year to show various performance by elephants. This event also promotes tourism and preserves the local way of life of a profound bond among people and elephants in this province.
Drums echo the rhythm of life and are an important part of our heritage. The gendang of Sarawak will be featured as an integral part of the Malay lifestyle as well as the traditions of the different ethnicities of Sarawak.
The Jogja International Heritage Walk (JJHW) is an on-foot marching event held by the Jogja Walking Association. This event highlights plenty of messages, such as the well being of oneself, green-friendly environment, healthy tourism, and creative economy. Implemented through an array of activities, including planting a thousand trees on Karang Tengah Slope, JJHW invites everyone to participate on this marching.
Watch longboat and traditional sports in this water festival.
The traditional arts theatre presents classical masterpieces synonymous with the Malaysian culture. It will be a true cultural journey.
Also known as “Poppy Day”, this event brings war veterans from the Commonwealth Countries as well as locals and visitors from around the world to pay tribute to the fallen heroes.
Experience the Deepavali festivities in an open house celebration, a programme that brings people together to celebrate the country’s various festivals.
‘Bangsawan’ which means nobleman, depicts the legends and stories of Malay nobles in the palaces of the olden days.