February 2014 is bringing on lots of festivities and extravaganzas to regale international tourists who are taking Malaysia bound flights. Here is a quick glance at major celebrations that are planned to take place throughout the nation.

Top Events in February 2014 that Await Tourists in Malaysia

The melting pot of eclectic cultures and ethnicities, Malaysia loves to celebrate! Festivals and events brim the nation’s calendar and add jovial touch to every month of the year. These celebrations make for the ripe time for tourists who seek to wallow in the quintessential flavours of the country. February is one of the colourful months in Malaysia that bring along a good number of thrilling events and cultural festivals. Holidaymakers who have bought flights tickets for travel during this month can checkout the below mentioned extravaganzas and add these to their itinerary.

Chinese New Year, Nationwide

Chinese New Year is a spectacular event when the entire Malaysia falls in celebration spree for two days. The two-day carnival from 31 Jan to 01 Feb 2014 can literally give a new significance to the holidays of all those who have bought flights tickets for touring Malaysia. It is the time when all the major cities and even nooks and crannies of the nation come alive with fascinating decoration of lanterns, cherry-blossoms and lively red hues. Moments of conviviality, family reunion feasts, open houses, jovial lion and dragon dance performances at shopping malls and homes will make ones visit all the more breathtaking and rewarding. It is an ideal time when epicureans, culture buffs, party animals and all kinds of travellers can enjoy to the hilt.

1001 Inventions: Discover the Golden Age of Muslim Civilisation, Kuala Lumpur

It is an inspirational exhibition in National Science Centre (PSN), Kuala Lumpur that displays the major contributions of humankind of varied religions and cultures who have worked together to create better future. Culture aficionados taking Malaysia bound flights can give this place a try! The fine demonstration of exhibits related to science, medicine, engineering and the arts is sure to delight their senses. It began on 31 August 2013 and will continue till 30 April 2014. Entry tickets can be bought online.

Festival Layang-layang Sedunia (World Kite Festival), Johor

The annual World Kite Festival is scheduled to take place in the remarkable Malaysian state of Johor from 19th to 23rd Feb 2014. Marked for beautiful kite designs and incredible flying skills, the internationally acclaimed event attracts dozens of kite makes from around thirty nations worldwide. The festival has been hosted since 1995 and emerged as a significant draw among locals and tourists alike. The internationally acclaimed fiesta remains a must-visit for tourists who are planning to tour Johor and seeking to get maximum bangs for the bucks invested on tickets aboard Malaysia bound flights.

Chinese Open House Celebration, Perak

Slated for 8th Feb in Malaysian state of Perak, it is an utterly intriguing programme where people from all walks of life come and celebrate the Chinese New Year. The fair is visited by hordes of travellers who tour Perak and spend on tickets aboard Malaysia bound flights. The festivity aims to foster unity among the denizens of the nation. Like every year, 1Malaysia dance is going to be the highlight of the carnival. The festive mood and open houses everywhere will certainly leave you on high spirits. One can feast to heart’s content, take pleasure in cultural performances and gel well with local communities.

Le Tour de Langkawi, Langkawi

Le Tour de Langkawi, the renowned cycling event is back in 2014. The grand affair has become a major reason for high demand of tickets on Malaysia flights and holiday deals. Scheduled from 27 Feb to 08 Mar 2014, it is now the centre of attraction for sport enthusiasts all over the world. The races are planned to go through Perlis, Kedah, Perak, Selangor, Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan.

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