Kuala Lumpur Arts and Culture
Citrawarna is an annual festival organised by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia which incorporate a variety of components including street performances, dance routines and cultural demonstrations.This annual celebration brings the whole nation together to witness the wonderful and harmonious diversity of Malaysia.
This day commemorates Sabah and Sarawak joining Peninsular Malaysia as a nation of Malaysia. This is the 7th year where Malaysia Day will be celebrated in full scale and this day has been declared a public holiday throughout Malaysia.
Art Expo Malaysia Plus provides the attendees with the opportunity to explore and review paintings, sculptures, installation and photography, fine art, sculpture based products and services associated with this field
The international Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival is Malaysia’s first and longest-running environmental film festival. In the last eight years, the Festival has reached out to approximately 90,000 Malaysians through its film screenings and programs at selected venues all over Malaysia.
Deepavali (Diwali) or the 'Festival of Lights' falls on 6 Nov 2018 this year. Open houses are held where family and friends visit each other and enjoy delicious traditional food.