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For the shoppers, the Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival will be on from 16th June to 2nd September. This is where the whole country goes on a major sale event and the shopper will be spoilt for choice in shopping for the latest trends and fashion.
From 8th to 10th June, at the Northern State of Malaysia , Penang will host the Penang International Dragon Boat Festival. One will be able to experience the competitive atmosphere while enjoying the scenery of colourful boats and roaring supporters.
Come 22nd June the Sepang International Circuit will once more be illuminated with the Japan GT Race where it will be thronged with racing enthusiasts and GT Queens hording the mean machines brought specifically from Japan . A spectacular ‘ Portugal in Malaysia ' event will take place from 23rd to 29th June is the Fiesta San Pedro. There will be food fairs, boat decoration contest and cultural performances for anyone who wishes to experience some Portugal held in Melaka.
A 3 days Rainforest World Music Festival will be held in Sarawak from the 13th to 15th July. Hosted by the tranquilities and serenity of the forest, this event congregates various musicians from all parts of the world to perform and exchange cultures to bring the audience a fusion of nature's best and the worlds' best music together. A week after that a World Music Festival will be held in Botanical Garden Penang. From the 20th to the 22nd July, head to the north of Peninsular Malaysia to for another festival involving music lovers and performers.
The 29th of July will make the capital of Malaysia , Kuala Lumpur the meeting point to showcase the various culture and festivals of Malaysia at the KL Fest. For a display of the famous Chinese lion dance, the World Lion Dance Invitation – 50 Years of Nationhood will be held in Genting Highlands from 3rd to 5th August.
The month of August will also host the Malaysia International Fireworks Competition. As the skies are lit with splendid waterfall of fireworks from countries all over, be a part of the pyrotechnical displays from the 15th to 30th August held in Putrajaya, the administrative capital. In the eastern state of Kota Kinabalu, the Mount Kinabalu International Climbathon will take place on 25th and 26th August. As Independence Day is celebrated on the 31st August, this year commemorates 50 years of Nationhood. Held all over the country and most ignited at Putrajaya, head over to the Federal Territory to be a part of the parade, open air concert and exhibitions.
From the 15th of September to the 14th October, Penang will host the Penang International Lantern Festival. This will coincide with the Moon Cake Festival celebrated by the Chinese. The 13th of October will mark the beginning of Syawal where the muslims will celebrate the Hari Raya Aidilfitri. This occasion is being celebrated for a duration of 30 days and one will be able to find open houses everywhere from the government offices to friends alike.
The Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix will take place from 19th to 21st October. Again, the Sepang International Circuit is expected to be filled with motor racing lovers. The Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week, taking palce from 27th to 31st October will showcase clothing and accessories design by aspiring and renown fashion designers from the region.
From the 2nd to the 29th November, the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival will be held throughout the country. This highly rated event will observe the home-grown chef and renowned chef from all over the region and the world bringing together a variety of cooking displays and demonstrations.
The fourth quarter will experience 2 major racing events. The Malaysian A1 Grand Prix, also known as the Grand Prix of Nations will take place at the Sepang International Circuit from 26th to 28th November while the Terengganu Monsoon Cup will be held from 28th November to the 2nd December in Pulau Duyong, Terengganu at the east coast of the peninsular.
During this quarter, the Malaysia Year End Sale will take place for a month starting from 1st December. The KL International Buskers Festival will also take place in Kuala Lumpur from 1st to 9th December. One can experience street partying and performances during this event.
From the 4th to the 8th December, the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) event will take place. Held every 2 years, the LIMA will feature exhibitions and demonstrations by the machines that rule the skies and seas.
The 17th of November will observe the Hindu celebrating Deepavali and the 25th December will be the Christmas celebration. Both days observed and celebrated traditionally by 2 major religions in Malaysia , one can expect colourful decorations in malls, food festivals and open houses.