Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix

Every year, the fastest drivers in the world visit Malaysia to compete in the Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix.

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A popular festival of a Hindu deity's triumph over evil, Thaipusam is a colourful celebration that showcases the undying faith of the devout.

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KL Tower Base Jumping Week

Once a year the KL Tower transforms into a base jumping platform. A spectacular experience, not only for the base jumpers ...

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Rainforest World Music Festival

The Rainforest World Music Festival is an annually held 3-day festival which takes place every July or August in the Sarawak Cultural Village.

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Malaysia is certainly a festive place, and has a reputation of having a high number of holidays dedicated to the many festivals and celebrations of its varied people. Everyone gets into the act, for in Malaysia, there is certainly nothing like a good holiday! Malaysians are not shy about celebrating their heritage, and the streets of its cities and villages are transformed into colourful carnivals overnight during these celebrations, including Chinese New Year, the Hindu festival of Thaipusam and during the Muslim month of Ramadan. These are times of celebration. good times, even better food, and great fun. Malaysia, however, is not only the destination of choice for cultural celebrations, but also host to many international events, including major sports like the Formula One, and MotoGP, as well as trade fairs like the world famous Langkawi International Martime and Aerospace Exhibition. The country also hosts countless other smaller regional and local events, spectacles of colour and sound all throughout the year. Odds are that any visit will coincide with at least one of these cultural events . so be ready to experience the very best of Asia as never before!