On the day of a festival in Malaysia is a holiday for everyone. If you want to come to Kuala Malaysia for a holiday trip, you may want to time your holiday programs around a festival holiday. Malaysia is a multi-cultural nation where Malays, Chinese and Indians are mainly staying together.

There are also a variety of other community activities that create up the melting pot such as the aboriginal communities, the Eurasians, Sikhs and many more. You should not be shocked then that we seem to enjoy some type of festival in Malaysia on a monthly basis. Most visitors really like to go to these activities to get a glance of their exclusive culture.

Now I am discussing about some popular festival in Malaysia.

Hari Raya Puasa

This is the most essential event in Malaysia for the Muslims. It represents the end of the month of Ramadhan and is known as Hari Raya Puasa. The starting of this event is established by the sighting of the new moon  in ideal areas of the nation. As in any event in Malaysia, there are conventional recipes associated with Hari Raya Aidil Fithri. Delicious foods such as lemons and other types of foods are provided during the party. These days, the Malaysia government will keep “open house” on a national range where Malaysians of all religion will come and enjoy the enjoyable moment.

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is celebrated with a huge range as it is the most essential event in China. Chinese New Year is a 15-day festival. It is the most essential day during the vacation. We can participate in a party with our family members for a dinner.  The lion dance is most enjoyable for anyone who is around this event in Malaysia. Many shopping centers organize a lion dance show during the celebration. This event is famous by every religion in Malaysia.


This is an event in Malaysia celebrated by  the Hindu community in Malaysia. It is also known as Diwali. It falls between Oct and Nov. Indian people hold open houses where friends and family come to visit together. An essential tradition during this event in Malaysia is Orlaam drawing. It is seen not only in houses but also in offices and shopping centers.

Hari Raya Haji

Hari Raya Haji is an essential spiritual holiday for Muslims. In Malaysia, Muslims are a part of their brethren globally to keep in mind Ibrahim’s desire to sacrifice his son Ismail as a response of obedience to God. Muslims need to create a pilgrimage to Mecca during Hari Raya Haji at least once in their lives.

Moon cake festival

Moon cake festival is an event in Malaysia commonly popular with the Chinese community. This is also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival. It falls on the September. Moon cake festival  is a vacation with many folklores. Some tell of the popular China archer and his partner. Moon cakes are  the famous Chinese archer during this event. This event would not be finished without the brightly lit lamps. It is an event in Malaysia experienced by children of all age groups.


It is an event in Malaysia organized by Hindus. During this event, people visit the Hindu temples to pay honor to their Gods. The visitor check out presently is the limestone mountain situated north of Kuala Lumpur. A large number of devotees visit this hill to pay honor to Master Murugan.


Many Christians living in Malaysia so these are another event and vacation famous commonly in our own exclusive way. Christmas is organized in Malaysia on Dec 25 each season. Since Malaysia is a tropical nation, the only factor losing in Malaysia is actual snow and the cold weather. Lately, most shopping centers in Malaysia are designed intensely. In this festival at”Open House,” you will appreciate the recipes like rending and other Malaysian foods.

Hari Gawai

Hari Gawai is an event organized by the local people jointly known as Dayaks who live in Sarawak. This represents the end of the harvesting period. It is celebrated by the aborigine communities; it is both a spiritual and public event that is exclusive to Malaysia.  Many Sarawak will work in other areas of Malaysia would go back house to take the aspect in this festival for it.

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