Whazhappening, as its name indicates, presents the events that are organised by various groups in Malaysia. The Whazhappening site shares with the users and the general public, information about what is happening in Malaysia.

You can look for events in various regions, such as Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan as well as in the different states in Malaysia. The types of events that Whazhappening shares include science & technology, home & lifestyle, sports & fitness, performing & visual arts, hobbies & special interests, religion & spirituality, music as well as family & education.

Users of Whazhappening can have their pick from a wide range of videos that mainly feature Malaysian lifestyle and culture. They can also go on a virtual visit to popular places in Malaysia by reading about those places featured in Whazhappening.

Additionally, Whazhappening highlights various festivals that are celebrated by the multi-ethnic communities in Malaysia. The articles on this site give an introduction of the multicultural festivals. Whazhappening also features food blogs about different states in Malaysia and news that are of interest to the people in Malaysia.

In a nutshell, Whazhappening.com is the website you go to if you want to know what’s happening in Malaysia.

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Hiking Bukit Hijau Penang
Here's me solo hiking Bukit Hijau Penang. Hope this vlog gives you a better idea of the hike before you go for it. Let me know in the comment section below after you experience the hike! Also, let me know which hill you want me to explore next in the comment section below. :)
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Discover Penang Hiking Trails goes to Pantai Esen - Permatang Damar Laut Penang's hidden gem
On this segment the guys from Discover Penang Hiking Trails take you to the beautiful Pantai Esen. Located at Batu Maung this untap beach is a place you should visit. Also this season all of us are wearing ALTRA Shoes. We must say this shoes are fantastic. Links to where to get them below.
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Digi CNY 2020 - Home
A young woman struggles to reconcile with her oddly eccentric family. But a trip down memory lane opens her eyes to the true meaning of “home”. Let’s celebrate this #ChineseNewYear with the ones we call our home, no matter where that may be.
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Do you know that Penang Island is a Moving Classroom?
Penang Island is not only well-known for its' food and culture but it is always the best study environment for students to experience the art and culture of Malaysia and get inspired! Shout-out to students from Digital Animation Major, for creating this special video.
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Deepavali 1996, 1997 & 1999: Duelling Masseurs
A Petronas Deepavali video (1996, 1997, 1999)
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Setia CNY TVC 2018 | Stay Together. Stay Setia
To us, the chopsticks represent the value of grace, strength and togetherness. Together, they find a purpose. This Chinese New Year, we wish you a wonderful joyous new year centered around love and family. Stay Together. Stay Setia. Gong Xi Fa Cai.
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BAYAN BARU PENANG 4K
Bayan Baru was first developed by the Penang Development Corporation (PDC) in 1972, in tandem with the construction of the Bayan Lepas Free Industrial Zone. The creation of the new township was aimed at providing a housing area adjacent to the newly built industries in Bayan Lepas, and erasing social and economic inequalities between the urban and rural inhabitants. The first residential developments in the area were in the form of landed properties, such as terraced houses and semi-detached houses.
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Sasaran Beach
Sasaran Beach is located 1.74 nautical miles off the coast of the fishing village of Jeram, Selangor.  It is in the middle of Straits of Malacca Sea. When the tide is right, the sand bar emerges and creates the beach. It is Malaysia's 'Salar de Uyumi'.
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Port Dickson
Port Dickson is a town on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It used to be a small town before it was developed into a harbour by the British during the Straits Settlement era.  The town produced charcoal and was called Arang. Port Dickson was also known as “Tanjung” meaning cape in Bahasa Malaysia.
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Taman Negara (Kuala Tahan)
Estimated to be more than 130 million years old, the Taman Negara is one of the oldest rainforest in the world. The national park covers 4343 sq. km. of thick jungle and fast-flowing rivers.
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Tun Mustapha Tower
The Tun Mustapha Tower, formerly known as the Sabah Foundation Tower is a circular tower of steel and glass. It is a 30-storey building, located in the Likas Bay area or about 5 kilometers from the Kota Kinabalu city centre and is perceived as a Sabah icon.
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Cathedral of the Holy Spirit
The Cathedral of the Holy Spirit was established as a parish church back in May 25, 1969. It was founded in 1958 with around 1000 parishioners.
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Kota Kayang Museum
The Kota Kayang Museum is situated in the locality of Kayang Hill, Lambong Panah Hill, Jagat Hutang Hill, Wai Hill and Menara Hill in the Kayang vicinity.
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Bank Kerapu
Bank Kerapu building was occupied by the Japanese forces during WW2. The Japanese forces used the building as their ‘Kempai Tai', a secret war police headquarters. The building continued to function as a bank after WW2.
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Masjid Kapitan Keling
Kapitan Keling Mosque is located on the street that is named after it. It is the largest historic mosque in George Town. The design of the mosque is influenced by Moghul architecture with multiple domes and a towering minaret. Beautiful arches are found at the outer passageway. The mosque started as a simple single-storey brick structure in 1801.
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Pesta Kaamatan
2021-06-01
Pesta Kaamatan or also known as Tadau Kaamatan is a harvest festival celebrated annually in the stat...
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Nature Retreats in Selangor
2021-04-13
Selangor is claimed to be one of the most urbanised and developed states in Malaysia. However, it s...
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Kelantan - a little of everything
2021-06-09
Kelantan is an agrarian society, dominated by rice, rubber and tobacco as well as fishing. However, ...
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Six Must See Attractions in Perlis
2020-05-16
Though it may be only a lesser jewel in the dazzling mosaic of the Malaysian landscape, the state of...
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Mosques in Selangor
2021-04-13
Almost 60 percent of the population in Selangor are Muslim. Therefore, mosques are aplenty in Selang...
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Historical & Religious landmarks in Johor
2021-05-10
Johor was occupied by the Japanese army during World War 2 and like the other states in Malaysia, be...
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4 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT MALAYSIA
2020-09-17
Its biggest celebration is slated to be the annual parade held in Putrajaya every 31st of August. Th...
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Songkran
2021-03-24
Songkran is the traditional Thai New Year. In Thai culture, it is the time for those who celebrate S...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Goddess of Mercy Birthday
2019-05-31
The Birthday of the Goddess of Mercy or Kuan Yin happens three times a year. The Goddess of Mercy o...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Pentecost
2019-05-31
Pentecost commemorates the coming of the Holy Spirit to the disciples following the death of Jesus C...
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Festivals of Malaysia - St. Anne’s Feast
2019-05-17
St. Anne is considered a Saint because of her role as the mother of Mary, grandmother of Jesus Chris...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Easter Sunday
2019-05-17
A key doctrine in Christian theology is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter Sunday is observed ...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Chingay Parade
2019-05-17
Chingay was traditionally a form of street art in China. It was introduced to people in Malaya back ...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Chinese New Year
2019-05-17
Chinese New Year symbolises renewal; a turning point in fortunes and lives on the whole. As such, fa...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Holi
2019-05-31
Holi is a spring festival celebrated by the Hindus in India and Nepal. Holi is also called Festival ...
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This M’sian Made A Card Game That Lets You ‘Walk’ Through G...
2020-01-04
One great thing about creatives is that they can take inspiration from almost anything and turn it i...
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Why Malaysians should travel in their own country in 2020
2020-01-04
“Malaysia with its unique cultural make-up and key historical role in the region is rich in story ...
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WE HAVE BECOME POORER, LIVE WITH IT
2020-04-28
Nearly five weeks of the Movement Control Order here has served a sobering dose of reality. But it's...
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Penang Hill Funicular Train Will Be Shut Down From 19th To 28th A...
2021-03-31
Hello Penangites! While we are constantly appearing on your feed sharing the best food deals to look...
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Malaysia wins international US award for ‘breathtaking' travel ...
2020-06-07
Malaysia has won an international award for a travel video at the 41st annual Telly Awards that hono...
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St Anne's Feast in Penang goes digital this year
2020-06-19
GEORGE TOWN: The annual Feast of St Anne at Bukit Mertajam which draws thousands of pilgrims from ar...
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Revisiting history: The bombing of the National Monument
2019-07-31
Malaysians know and are proud of the National Monument, the impressive sculpture in Kuala Lumpur tha...
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Closure of Department of Museums of Malaysia
2020-03-17
Temporarily closure of all museums in Malaysia from 16 March 2020 till 30 March 2020
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