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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TERIMA KASIH MALAYSIA (A Foreigner's Thank You Message To Malaysia)
I really have to say Terima Kasih Malaysia – This is a foreigner’s thank you message to Malaysia and everyone living in Malaysia
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RUMAH HANTU PENANG??!!! - Episode 1/Part 2 Visit Malaysia 2020
Siapa terpikir kat penang ada rumah hantu???ingat makan je kan? menarik juga rumah hantu ni because dia sebenarnya concept macam museum so ada explaination untuk setiap kjenis hantu yang selama ni kita pernah kenal hahaha. jom belajar jenis jenis hantu!
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Penang Episode 3 - Weekend Cycling Trip #GoPro #MavicMini
Welcome to the 3rd Episode of my Penang Series where I showcase the beautiful island of Penang in Malaysia. This is a short cinematic video of a weekend when I decided to go cycling around the southern part of the island.
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Apa itu Nasi Dalca? Nasi Dalca Khalis Penang (Bahagian 1) | Resepi Tok
Dalam episod pertama siri Resepi Tok, Fendi ke Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang untuk mempelajari proses pembuatan Nasi Dalca. Sebuah hidangan yang datang ke Malaysia melalui proses penghijrahan masyarakat dari India ke Pulau Pinang. Selepas melalui proses asimilasi dan diturunkan beberapa generasi, hidangan berasaskan sayuran ini telah dimeriahkan dengan rencah dan rasa tempatan.
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The Habitat | Penang Hill Evening Walk
Reconnect with nature in its purest form as you immerse yourself in our 130-million year old rainforest. Starting at the forest floor, our Naturalists will take you on a journey along our Nature Trail to explore the myriad of flora and fauna – plants, trees, insects, birds, reptiles, and mammals that call The Habitat home. Explore the biodiversity of the rainforest canopy on our 230m Langur Way Canopy Walk. Visit Curtis Crest Tree Top Walk at the top of Penang Hill, and embrace the 360-degree panoramic views of Penang Island from the highest viewing point of Penang.
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Church of the Immaculate Conception
The Church of the Immaculate Conception is a Roman Catholic church in Pulau Tikus, Penang. The church was founded by the Portuguese Eurasians who emigrated to Penang to escape prosecution in Phuket. The present building of the church was constructed in 1899 and was last renovated in the 1970s. A small museum within the church holds memorabilia and antiques.
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Cape Rachado Lighthouse
The Cape Rachado Lighthouse or known as Tanjung Tuan in Bahasa Malaysia is a lighthouse in the district of Alor Gajah in Melaka. It is believed to be the oldest lighthouse in Malaysia.
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Charcoal Factory
The charcoal factory is built beside the narrow canal that links to nearby rivers such as Sungai Sepetang, Sungai Kapal Changkol and Sungai Reba, which enable the mangrove logs to be brought to the factory by small boats.
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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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Tanjung Aru Beach
Tanjung Aru Beach is about 6 kilometres away from Kota Kinabalu city. The name Tanjung Aru was derived from the casuarina or aru trees that fringe the fine sand along the beach. Visitors to the beach will get to experience the most remarkable sunset in the evenings when the sun dips into the horizon, leaving the vast skies a brilliant red.
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National Mosque (Masjid Negara)
The National Mosque in Kuala Lumpur is located on a 13-acre site of lush greenery. It was built on a site of a church in 1965. Today, the mosque stands firm on its grounds and is deemed as an important symbol of Islam in Malaysia.
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Jalan Wong Ah Fook
Located in the central business district, Jalan Wong Ah Fook is the busiest street at the heart of Johor Bahru city. The street was named after a Chinese developer, Wong Ah Fook who was a Chinese businessman who migrated to Singapore in 1854 to establish his building construction business. He later founded Johor Bahru together with Temenggung Daeng Ibrahim in 1855.
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Penang Wonderfood Museum
Penang Wonderfood Museum offers visitors a kitsch, kooky and in-depth look at the city’s unique food culture with larger-than-life displays of Malaysian dishes.
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Blogs See More

8 Captivative Places To Visit In Sarawak Malaysia For Your Vacay ...
2020-09-17
Malaysia, well-known as the “Land Of Mountains” is one of the most visited destinations in the w...
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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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Why you should use Travel Ecards Malaysia to greet your loved one...
2021-04-26
A lot of people like to travel. It has become very natural and common then to share the travelling e...
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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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12 Amazing Places and Activities You Should Not Miss in Terenggan...
2020-06-07
Terengganu is one of the must-visit states in Malaysia. As a start, it is good to mention that it po...
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Chinese New Year
2021-02-01
As we will be entering the month of February, Chinese New Year is just around the corner. Celebrated...
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10 Pahang Dishes You Should Try Before You Die
2020-06-07
Pahang is a good place to go for holiday with family members during school holiday. It is a scenic a...
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Melaka After Independence
2021-04-22
In April 1946, Melaka became part of the Malayan Union and later the Federation of Malaya in Februar...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Ramadan
2019-05-17
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. The month of Ramadan lasts for 29 or 30 da...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Double Seventh Festival
2019-05-30
The Double Seventh Festival, which is also known as Qixi Festival falls on the 7th day of the 7th Ch...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Renri
2019-05-17
Renri is considered as everybody’s birthday.
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Festivals of Malaysia - Bodhi Day
2019-05-30
Bodhi Day is observed by Mahayana Buddhists. It commemorates the day when Gautama Buddha attained en...
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Festivals of Malaysia- Advent
2019-05-30
The season of Advent anticipates the coming of Jesus from three perspectives: - in flesh in Bethlehe...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Hungry Ghost Festival
2019-05-17
The Chinese believe that the gates of hell would open during the seventh month and release the spiri...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Buddhist New Year
2019-05-30
During the celebration, the Mahayana Buddhists honour and pray to their deities, particularly Buddha...
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More Malay youths picking up Mandarin as third language
2020-09-15
The popularity of Mandarin classes is rising among Malaysians, including those without Chinese herit...
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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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THE SACRIFICE OF THE FRONTLINERS IS GREATER THAN THIS DIGITAL DRA...
2020-04-28
The world is facing COVID-19 pandemic. To date, no cure has been found to be effective in preventing...
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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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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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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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