Embrace the spirit of Hari Malaysia (Malaysia Day) while staying safe with the Malaysia Gemilang Virtual Marathon, a virtual event featuring 4 different runs ranging from a short 5 km run to a 42 km full marathon. Participants will have a full month to finish the marathon and will be entitled to runner shirts, finishers’ tees (for 21 km and 42 km), medals, and e-cards. Get ready to run and register now to enjoy super early bird registration fees.
You have more time to run now! Embrace your dark side or join the light side with Star Wars Virtual Southeast Asia Run 2020 and claim limited-edition trophies for your Star Wars collection. Happening virtually, this year’s event presents you with the chance to choose your own medal as well as your running distance and track.
Registration period starts now until 29 September and the clock-in period will end on 30 September 2020.
Shortly after celebrating Malaysia’s Independence Day in August, Malaysians will again commemorate another historic day. Hari Malaysia (Malaysia Day) celebration is annually held on 16 September every year, highlighting the momentous milestone of the formation of Malaysia, with Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore joining the federation in 1963. The day is usually celebrated with parades, fireworks, and flag-waving cheers from Malaysians all across the country, but will be a more subdued event this year.
This year’s Smart Nation Expo will feature a Virtual Edition happening in September, apart from the Live Edition planned for next year. The ‘Hybrid Exhibition’ will be the first of its kind in the region; incorporating numerous new innovations to showcase the bright talents of the nation, as well as generating business contacts and opportunities to the industry players.
The 2020 edition of Whole Penang will unravel a new landscape of a holistic trade event, as it goes hybrid this year. The Mega show is ready to exhibit the latest developments in the world of hospitality, lifestyle, and entertainment with 350 exhibitors from 20 nations expected to be present. Local participants will have the liberty of attending the show at the actual venue, while others will be able to immerse themselves in the Whole experience from the comfort of home.
Known for its majestic celebration and colourful festive ambience, this year’s Merdeka Day might see a rather subdued celebration due for the need for social distancing. Nonetheless, while there may be an absence of exciting parades, vibrant fireworks and flag-waving cheers, Malaysians will surely join hands (virtually) in celebrating the collective effort of combating the COVID-19 pandemic together as a nation - a different but meaningful celebration to the country’s 63rd Merdeka Day anniversary.
* All information on events are subject to change.