Malaysia is a nation of multicultural societies with diverse languages, cultures, faiths, customs, way of life, art and traditions. This diversity was inherited through the amalgamation of multiracial and multicultural people of this land since long time ago.
Join the Malaysian Portuguese community at the Fiesta of St. Peter, the patron saint of fishermen. Held at the Portuguese Settlement, this event also includes a decorated boat festival, food and fun fair.
ARE YOU READY? The biggest All Japan Event in Malaysia is coming up! Awaiting an eventful and exciting year as “Japan Expo Malaysia 2020” will be once again the anticipated highlight of the year from 17th to 19th July 2020, with new and amazing line up of artists and activities. Stay tuned!
Time to make your way to the East Coast of Malaysia this March! The Kelantan Art & Culture Festival (KACF) is back for a fun-filled weekend with a string of arts and cultural activities lined up showcasing the Kelantanese creative scene.
National Level Celebration of International Museum Day
The Department of Museums Malaysia annual event in conjunction with International Museum Day. This event will comprise of exhibition, seminar and community activities. The objective of International Museum Day (IMD) is to raise awareness of the fact that, “Museums are an important means of cultural exchange, enrichment of cultures and development of mutual understanding, cooperation and peace among peoples.”
Pesta Angin Timur 2020 (Perlis East Wind Festival)
The Perlis East Wind Festival gets its name from the winter-to-summer cycle brought by the wind from the east to the state of Perlis. Against the backdrop of the village, the programme implemented in the plains has been able to bring out the unique way of life of the peasant community in the northern Peninsula.