Malaysia is an extremely celebratory nation! A number of festivals are organized all through annual, from spiritual revels to huge music events.
Malaysia organizes carnivals of faiths and civilization, for example - Ramadan, Thaipusam, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Hari Raya Haji, Wesak Day and Deepavali, the Mid-Autumn Festival, Chinese New Year and the Hungry Ghost Festival for the Chinese group of people and Christmas for the Christian community. Aborigines are also must to enjoy with the Harvest carnival or the festivity of the Gawai Dayak. Travelers who keep faiths in cultures are invited to enjoy all celebrations. Malaysian locals are very friendly and invite people into their homes.
Malaysian civilians also like to play sports and be a part of international events. The F1 Malaysian Grand Prix is perhaps the most popular but it is the only one. Running contests such as - the Penang Bridge foreign Marathon, cycling contests for example - Le Tour de Langkawi or Pasir Gudang World Kite Festival is a vital part of the local sport landscape.
The artistic and melodic scene is extremely energetic. The variety of world melody is famous at the Rainforest World Music Festival as art, taking pictures, local craft shows are happen in major Malaysian towns for example the Kuala Lumpur Photography Festival. Malaysian also loves to enjoy nightlife. Huge outdoor music performances are frequently held all through the year and credit goes to the hot climate, We Love Asia Festival and Future Music Festival Asia are among the most popular.
Festivals in Malaysia