Awal Muharram (also called Maal Hijrah) celebrates the beginning of the Islamic New Year. On the 10th day of Muharram, most Muslims start fasting when the sun rises and do not eat until later in the evening. Muslims cook sweet rice, also known as Bubur Asyura and share them among family members and friends during their breakfast. It is also during this time that Muslims gather in mosques to usher in the new Hijri year. At the same time, various religious activities will be carried out such as spiritual singing, religious activities and the recitation of Koranic verses. Since special prayers and sermons are conducted in public halls and mosques, areas around mosques might be congested in the evenings and at night.
Power-Gen Asia will provide you with one show covering the end-to-end value chain of power generation, distribution, and digital transformation. It will bring an unprecedented authority with insights shared by the world’s most forward-thinking innovators. In turn, attracting attendees from all of the largest and most influential power providers, utilities, governments, and solution providers here you will discover the future of the Power & Energy industry. The event is co-located with Asian Utility Week, DistrbuTech Asia and Solar Vision.
Agong’s Birthday is a holiday that is oriented around the celebration of the Malaysian King’s Birthday. In Malaysia, the King is referred to as Yang di-Pertuan Agong. Agong’s Birthday is celebrated in various ways throughout Malaysia. The largest and most popular celebration for the holiday occurs at Istana Negara in Kuala Lampur. At this impressive venue, a ceremony is held to honour the Agong and various honourable Malaysian citizens. This event is often regarded as Malaysia’s grandest event of the year. This ceremony is very formal, so everyone in attendance wears their best outfits. During the ceremony, various medals and ribbons are awarded to people who have performed impressive deeds throughout the year. Malaysian citizens are commonly awarded for heroism and acts of extreme kindness. The ceremony is also attended by members of the royal family, government, and the diplomatic corps.
Malaysia Day is a holiday that is celebrated on September 16 each year oriented around the founding of the Malaysian Federation. Various celebrations take place across Kuala Lumpur and other areas of Malaysia during Malaysia Day. While diversity in Malaysia causes a bit of unrest, it also makes sure that people are able to enjoy extravagant food and music festivals. Since Malaysia consists of people from various Southeast Asian cultures, there is a wide range of food options for Malaysians to enjoy. These food festivals and other similar events allow Malaysian citizens to celebrate the diversity of Malaysia. During Malaysia Day, Malaysian flags are commonly seen on various public and private buildings. Many people also wear red clothing to celebrate the holiday. Malaysia Day is a holiday that allows Malaysians to celebrate the history and various cultures of their nation.
Food & Hotel Malaysia (FHM) 2019 aims to bring you an even bigger and better show compared to any of its previous series adding better opportunities for both exhibitors and visitors of the show. With an impeccable reputation and years of experience, FHM is not just an exhibition, it’s a gathering for everyone residing in the Food, Beverage & Hospitality industry. Scheduled immensely with conference programme, technical seminars, educational talks, celebrity chef cooking demonstrations with displays of various types and range of produce and services, FHM covers everything under its roof. Ideal for companies targeting the Malaysian market, this is the only platform that enables you direct access to crucial buyers from both the hotel, restaurant and foodservice industries.
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