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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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Selamat Menyambut Hari Kebangsaan ke-63
Ucapan Selamat Menyambut Hari Kebangsaan ke-63 daripada YAB Perdana Menteri
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Move Forward with #10000Blessings​ | CIMB CNY 2021
Inspired by the tradition of sharing our happiness and blessings with greetings every Chinese New Year, we invite you to join us as we welcome and share #10000Blessings​ (万福临门 - Wàn Fú Lín Mén).
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#KitaDLL 2020
Welcome to the #KitaDLL passion project created by Malaysians for Malaysians, to redefine and inspire a different representation of what “Dan Lain-Lain” truly means. Beyond ‘checkboxes’ that define us, let’s celebrate what makes all of us special and Dan Lain-Lain too.
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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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Escape Park, Penang - Kamera terbaik untuk traveler, GoPro vs Insta360 One R
Ramai yang tanya aku pakai action camera apa bila travel? Apa kata kali ni kita test tengok kamera mana yang aku rasa terbaik untuk traveler sama ada GoPro atau Insta360 One R.
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The Inspiring kid with One Arm
Strength comes in all shapes and sizes. Here's the incredible story of the kid with one arm.
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Watsons CNY #HappyBeautifulYear 2021
As we welcome a different Lunar New Year, let’s cherish every precious moment with those that are close to our hearts. ❤️ Check out the performances of our star-studded cast featuring Summer Grace, @SoImJenn, @Danny_AhBoy [CHANNEL], @Lizz Chloe, @Okokokmou, @韓曉噯 Hanxiiaoaii, @Amber Chia TV, @JinnyboyTV, @Ayda Jebat, @smashpop and Ang Chee Ciang in our short film about true friendship and togetherness. ❤️
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Taiping
Taiping is well-known for being the wettest town in Peninsular Malaysia. It receives the most rainfall with 4,000mm compared to the average 2,000 – 2,500mm on the other states of Malaysia. The unusually high rainfall contributes to the fertile collection of flora and century-old raintrees especially in the Taiping Lake Gardens.
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Klang Gates Quartz Ridge
The Klang Gates Quartz Ridge is unique due to its size and the outstanding beauty of its landscape. The ridge comprises elongated craggy stones in the midst of a tropical green forest. It is a gigantic vertical rock slab built entirely of quartz minerals. The 14 metres long and 200 meters wide ridge is believed to be the longest quartz dyke in the world.
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Dewan Undangan Negeri
The unique architecture of nine giant pillars and multiple arches reflects the sovereignty of the Sarawak people’s power and unity of all races in the state. The distinctive umbrella roof marks an iconic landmark of Sarawak.
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Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery
The Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery which officially opened in December 2003 was rebuilt from the 1898 Istana Ulu. The Gallery provides insights into the Perak Royal Family and also the invaluable contributions of His Royal Highness Sultan Azlan Shah.
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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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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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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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Kemasik Beach
Kemasik Beach is one of the popular beaches in Terengganu.  It is located north of Cherating, between the towns of Kerteh and Kijang. Kemasik Beach faces the South China Sea and has clean and clear water. There are also palm trees along the shore.
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Thank you
2021-06-28
Thank you is defined as an expression of gratitude used to show appreciation for something. It is al...
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Laylat al-Baraat
2021-03-12
Laylat al-Baraat or Nisfu Syaaban occurs in the middle of the month of Sha’ban, the month before t...
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Institutions in Johor Bahru
2021-05-10
Johor Bahru is commonly referred to as JB by Malaysians. It is the southern-most city in Peninsular...
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Teacher’s Day
2021-04-28
Teachers’ Day is celebrated to show appreciation for their contribution and the roles they play in...
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Historical Melaka
2021-04-22
Melaka is one of the thirteen states in Malaysia. Melaka became a thriving entrepot during the era o...
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Birthdays
2021-03-01
Birthdays are very special and it comes only once a year. Birthday ecards are a sentimental gift its...
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Get the best from Scenic Ecards Malaysia
2021-04-26
To receive scenic ecards Malaysia that either bring back fond memories or a place on your wish list ...
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Isra and Mi'raj
2021-03-04
Isra and Mi'raj is observed on the 27th day of the month of Rajab, the seventh month in the Islamic ...
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Recipes - Satay
2019-05-17
Recipe for an Indonesian and Malaysian dish consisting of small pieces of meat (chicken or beef) gri...
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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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Festivals of Malaysia - Trinity Sunday
2019-05-31
Trinity Sunday honours the Holy Trinity. It is dedicated to the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, the es...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Kitchen God Festival
2019-05-17
Offerings of food and incense are made to the Kitchen God on this day to ‘sweeten’ him so that h...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Birthday of the Queen of Heaven and the G...
2019-05-30
The Queen of Heaven is also known as Goddess of the Sea and Mazu. Mazu is a deity of seafarers, incl...
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Young Sarawak lawyer’s indelible link to Malaysia Day
2021-09-18
MOST 30-year-olds will see Malaysia Day as just another public holiday, but not Aubrey Ng, a Kuching...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Awal Muharram
2019-05-17
Awal Muharram, also called Maal Hijrah is a day that symbolises two important events in the Islamic ...
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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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Kerajaan Negeri terus biayai perkhidmatan feri percuma
2021-12-21
GEORGE TOWN – Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang bersetuju untuk meneruskan pembiayaan tambang perkhidma...
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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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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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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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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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