The FIA World Touring Car Cup and the FIM Endurance World Championship has been made exclusive and ONE-OF-A KIND creating history for Malaysia as Sepang International Circuit (SIC) host TWO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS TOGETHER IN ONE WEEKEND.
The twin racing events take place from 13 to 15 December at SIC to commemorate its 20th anniversary this year. Come and witness these exciting world-class championships as they make their #RoadToMalaysia.
Enjoy a weekend of pulsating thrills and spill to the tune of the vigorous beating of drums, strong thrust of roars and various stage performances as the dragon boat teams battle it out in the water to be the champions. The event is held in conjunction with Pesta Pulau Pinang and is a tradition to honour the "spirit of the dragon" and the spirit of unity as the participants work together as a team for one common purpose.
Check out the Ipoh International Art Festival 2019 (IIAF 2019), organised by People of Remarkable Talent (PORT) under Tourism Perak with major support from the National Art Gallery Malaysia. Involving more than a hundred arts practitioners across the country in various and specially curated programmes, IIAF 2019 includes participation from artist from more than ten countries, namely Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippine, Myanmar, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland, Finland, Turkey, Austria, Lebanon, Sweden and Syria.
This would appeal to all adventure lovers out there! Witness an exciting ‘history-in-the-making’ during the 11-day Trans Borneo – The Last Frontier, a road adventure covering the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak through North Kalimantan in Borneo Island. It starts from Sabah, moving south and eastwards across one of the last frontiers in Borneo, from Bakelalan in Sarawak into Malinau, northern Kalimantan and eastern Kalimantan before crossing the border back northwards into Sabah. The journey includes driving through 200 kilometres of rugged roads and island-hopping in Kaltara’s (North Kalimantan) east coast.
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The musical stage adaptation of the animated “Madagascar” film franchise is taking over Kuala Lumpur this December. Produced in the UK in collaboration with DreamWorks, “Madagascar The Musical” will keep audiences moving to the beat with its catchy songs, which include the ever popular “I Like To Move It, Move It” and other new songs.
Bring your kids to watch Madagascar The Musical, a great activity during the school holidays!
Sarikei in Sarawak is well known as the fruit basket of Sarawak, and is one of the main suppliers of vegetables and fruits for the central region. The Sarikei Pineapple is one of the most famous fruits here – so much so there’s even a Pineapple Festival. Held for the first time in 2003, the annual festival comprises various activities such as pineapple display and cooking competitions as well as a pineapple fashion show. A great opportunity to visit Sarikei and experience the wonders of pineapple!
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