Being a beautiful nation with rich heritage and cultural bonds, Malaysia is the nation of pride and celebrations where people believe in enjoying happy life through number of festivals organized all through annual, from spiritual revels to huge music events.
Traditional Events and Festivals
Some of the most commonly celebrated celebrations and festivals are Thaipusam, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Ramadan, Hari Raya Haji, Wesak Day, Eid, Deepawali, the Mid-Autumn Festival, Chinese New Year and the Hungry Ghost Festival for the Chinese Group of people and Christmas for Christian Community. Not to mention Harvest Carnival for Aborigines or the festivity of the Gawai Dayak. You will explore and witness the grand celebrations in the most impressive and beautiful way. Now, what is more important than anything else is to create a plan for wonderful holidays in the way like never before.
International Events – Enjoy Celebration at Best
People in Malaysia prefer to enjoy celebrations of events and festivals through various sports and want to be the part of international events. For modern and grand international events, Malaysia organizes F1 Malaysia Grand Prix – perhaps the most popular sport event. There are also various other grand events like The Penang Bridge Foreign Marathon, Cycling Contest for Le Tour De Langkawi, or Pasir Gudang World Kite Festival. You will stay buys for a day or more during your tour to this beautiful nation.
Rainforest World Music Festival is also a grand celebration and event organized at a grand way where you will see art shows, local craft shows, and different other occasions. Kuala Lumpur Photography Festival is also quite popular. Not to mention Love Asia Festival and Future Music Festival Asia that is also quite popular.
Depending on your tour and timing, you can be the part of any grand festival or witnessed celebrations all around. You have to choose the right Malaysia tour packages according to your choice and requirement.
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