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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Unconscious Bias workshop
10 Dec 2020 10:00 - 17:00

Full Magento eCommerce Training
10 Dec 2020 10:00 - 18:00

FGTSD Physical Church Service
13 Dec 2020 9:30 - 11:30

Advanced Java Training
14 Feb 2021 10:00 - 18:00

ERP and CRM Training with Odoo
16 Feb 2021 18:00 - 21:30

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Videos See More

PETRONAS CNY 2020 –寶被 “Bao Bei”
Big or small, every family member plays a role. Yes, even your beloved kepoh aunty. Imagine how quiet Chinese New Year would be without her. Gong Xi Fa Cai, from all of us at PETRONAS.
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MeReka Merdeka
Kisah dua generasi. Berbeza zaman namun punyai hasrat yang sama. Tonton dan realisasikan matlamat MeReka Merdeka bersama.
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Penang state anthem: Untuk Negeri Kita
Penang is a state at the northwestern coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Comprising Penang Island & a strip of the peninsula named Seberang Perai, Penang borders Kedah to the north & Perak to the south.
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Iklan Merdeka 2020 : KITA BOOST KITA - Selamat Hari Merdeka ke-63
Though the #NewNormal has forever changed the way we live or run our businesses, we Malaysians are not the type to back down in the face of adversity. No matter the challenge or situation, we always know how to 'Boost' ourselves back again. 💪💪💪 Let's 'Kita Boost Kita', and seek out for more ideas, opportunities, and second chances, to overcome the #NewNormal and live a better life, together. 🇲🇾
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5 Sekawan™ Beraksi Lagi – Chinese New Year Short Film by Celcom
5 Sekawan™ Beraksi Lagi – Chinese New Year Short Film by Celcom
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Exploring Georgetown, Penang - Malaysia by Drone | DJI Mavic Air
Did a quick fly by around the ports in Weld Quay, and then in Batu Ferringhi beach area.
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True Stories of Tunku – “Insan Budiman” Axiata Merdeka Film Series 2020
Tunku Abdul Rahman's most iconic image is of him with his hand raised, saying "Merdeka" to usher in the birth of our nation. But that same hand was extended many times to Malaysians of all backgrounds. It was a hand whose caring touch transformed lives, as much as it transformed our country. Discover timeless inspiration through Tunku's untold stories of compassion.
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Popular Places See More

Putra Mosque
The Putra Mosque is the principal mosque of Putrajaya.  It was named after Malaysia's first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al Haj. The mosque was built between 1997 and 1999. The mosque can accommodate up to 15,000 people at any one time.
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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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Kota Kinabalu
Kota Kinabalu, often referred to as KK, is the capital of Sabah. It is a coastal city, partly surrounded by rainforest. Kota Kinabalu is the gateway to Kinabalu National Park, Malaysia's first World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO in December 2000. Kota Kinabalu is also home to the 4,095-metre high Mount Kinabalu.
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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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Makam Diraja Mahmoodiah
Makam Diraja Mahmoodiah or the Mahmoodiah Royal Mausoleum is a Royal Mausoleum of Johor. The first Sultan of Johor buried at this Royal Mausoleum was Sultan Abu Bakar in 1895, the same year the mausoleum was constructed.
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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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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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Sungai Lembing
Sungai Lembing was a tin mining town in the Kuantan district of Pahang. Lembing means spear and sungai means river in Bahasa Malaysia. According to legend, a local ruler saw a vision of a spear in a nearby river, thus the name Sungai Lembing was formed.
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Blogs See More

Top 10 Must-Eat Food In Negeri Sembilan
2020-04-30
There are many things to eat in Negeri Sembilan especially in Seremban. The state may not be known f...
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Johor – The Land of Food, Shopping and Entertainment
2020-05-16
Johor is a popular tourist destination especially among Singaporeans who frequently cross over to en...
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8 Must Try Food in Kelantan
2020-05-16
When we think about food, all we think is Penang. Penang’s food is conceived from legendary style ...
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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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9 Traditional Dishes That Have Become Increasingly Rare In Malays...
2020-06-07
From nasi lemak and bak kut teh to putu mayam and ais kacang, the diversity of Malaysia's cuisine is...
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10 things you might not know about Malaysia Day
2020-09-17
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 16 — Malaysia turns 55 years old today and here are some less known facts about...
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Top 10 Malaysia Historical Sites You Might Never Heard Of
2020-09-17
What’s better than spending the entire Merdeka month exploring the top historical sites we have in...
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Articles See More

Festivals of Malaysia - Holy Saturday
2019-05-31
Holy Saturday is the Saturday of Holy Week, the day after Good Friday and the day before Easter.
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Festivals of Malaysia - Deepavali (Diwali)
2019-05-17
The word "Deepavali" derives from the combination of the words ‘Dipa’ and ‘Gavali’, the form...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Poson
2019-05-31
Poson Poya commemorates the arrival of Buddhism in Sri Lanka in the 3rd century BC.
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Festivals of Malaysia - Onam
2019-05-31
Onam is a Hindu festival that originated from the state of Kerala in India. Onam marks the New Year ...
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Festivals of Malaysia - All Saints’ Day
2019-05-30
All Saints’ Day is celebrated by the Catholic Church annually on November 1.  It is a solemn holy...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Isra and Mi’raj
2019-05-17
Isra and Mi’raj are two parts of a Night Journey that Prophet Muhammad took during a single night....
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Festivals of Malaysia - December Solstice
2019-05-30
December Solstice is the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, when it is the darkest day of t...
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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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News See More

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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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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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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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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Stephen Fry to Cikgu Samuel: Thank you for everything you do
2020-11-15
KUALA LUMPUR: English teacher Samuel Isaiah has been named among the top 10 finalists in the running...
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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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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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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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