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Chinese New Year
(February 5-6)

(Nationwide Public Holiday)
Celebrated over a period of 15 days, beginning from the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar, the New Year is a joyous occasion for all Chinese. The festival starts with a family reunion dinner on New Year’s Eve and the giving of ang pow or red packets by married adults to both non-married family members and visitors. During this time, it is also customary to see almost all Chinese businesses close for several days.

Motorised Paraglider Tour of Malaysia
(February 11 - February 21)

This motorised sport is held in Sabah with many world-class pilots soaring to great heights over various parts of Sabah. The highlight of this tour is definitely the majestic Mount Kinabalu, one of the highest mountains in South East Asia.

Johor International Kite Festival

You can see a whole range of modern and traditional kites from around the world filling the sky in a splendor of bright colors as they compete in this international kite-flying festival.



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