The Loi (or Loy) Krathong festival is celebrated nationwide as the full moon of the 12th lunar month – usually in November – lights up the night sky.
Experience the Deepavali festivities in an open house celebration, a programme that brings people together to celebrate the country’s various festivals.
Watch as riders from the world blaze their trails across Sepang International Circuit, one of the most challenging tracks in the world.
This festival highlights the unique art of Aboriginal and Indigenous people from within and outside the country through various activities and stage performances, exhibitions, demonstrations, sales, contests and interactive programmes.
In Luang Prabang, Boun Suang Heua, or the Boat Racing Festival is held on Khao Padapdin, the Day of the Commemoration of the Dead (in August). In Vientiane Capital it is held the day after the End of Buddhist Lent. Both are important social and sports events witnessed by huge crowds.
Set on Malaysia’s highest mountain, the Climbathon takes runners to the summit of Mt. Kinabalu within hours when the average time climbing the mountain takes two days.
Featuring a double frontage grandstand, this circuit provides an awesome view of one of the best races in the world.
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.