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July
Every July – August, the colorful Flora Fest takes place in Kuala Lumpur. Given that Malaysia is home to multitude of exotic flowers of varied forms and colors, this holiday looks really bright and unforgettable. The festival symbolizes unification o
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August
In August, the Hungry Ghost Festival is celebrated in Kuala Lumpur, the same as in many other South-East Asia’s cities. According to legend, the hell-gates open during this time and ghosts wander around the earth looking for food and entertainment, f
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August
On August 31st, 1957, the British banner was lowered and the independent Malaysia’s national flag was hoisted on the Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur. Since then, every year on the last August day, the country celebrates the Hari Merdeka – anniver

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November
From October 10th to 12th, one of the most eagerly expected sports events of the year – Malaysian motorcycle Grand Prix – will take place at the Sepang International Circuit. It’ll be a stage of the Road Racing World Championships. Serious battles in

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November
Diwali, or Festival of Lights is one of the most important Hindu holidays, which has become a vivid event in Kuala Lumpur’s cultural life. It is usually celebrated in the late October – early November. Being a sign of triumph of good over evil, or li