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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Videos See More

Berdiri Bersama Untuk Negaraku
The national anthem, Negaraku, is usually played at school assemblies or during official events. How would Malaysians react when the Negaraku is played during our daily lives?
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Malaysia United
Shopee wishes you Selamat Hari Merdeka! We have come together to celebrate our unity and diversity through a song – brought to you by our team of writers, musicians, actors, dancers and editors – to inspire and encourage all Malaysians post-pandemic. Let's spread the love, Malaysia!
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Rasa Sayang | Filem Hari Kebangsaan & Hari Malaysia
Apabila kemarau melanda tanpa petanda, apakah penyelesaian buat Rakan-Rakan Rimba? Ikuti cerita mereka sekarang!
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Gratitude & Thanksgiving
For the past 62 years, our country has gone through all kinds of challenges but we never forget to practice gratitude and thanksgiving as a true Malaysian. Let’s honour our parents and the people that we met in our lives. It’s time to send them a token of love & let them feel appreciated.
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The World's LARGEST Banknote - Malaysian Ringgit
The World's LARGEST Banknote - Malaysian Ringgit. I take a look at the colourful Malaysian Ringgit, its security and UV features, and the largest banknote in the world!
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This is Penang! - The Pearl of the Orient
Discover the melting pot of architecture, culture & people in Penang through our eyes (or maybe lenses)! We definitely had fun exploring & filming Penang and its culture. Its definitely a little more than just char koay teow, prawn mee or penang laksa and the list goes onnnn and on!
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Popular Places See More

Sam Poh Tong Temple
The Sam Poh Tong Temple is believed to be the oldest cave temple in Ipoh. It was built within a limestone cave. It is beautifully landscaped at the front, with a large fish pond, Japanese stone lanterns and pagodas.
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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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Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple
The Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple is truly an astounding sight to behold. Ninety percent of the Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple is embellished by a mosaic of 300,000 pieces of red, blue, yellow, green, purple and white glass.
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Pergau Lake
Pergau Lake is a man-made lake in Kelantan. It is a haven for angling enthusiasts as there are freshwater fish such as tinfoil barb, tilapia, lampam (carp) and toman (snakehead) in the lake.
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Sabah Art Gallery
The Sabah Art Gallery is a unique building.  Shaped like a 'basket', the gallery has decorative cultural motif panels that depict the indigenous people of Sabah. It is also a green building and it was the first in Borneo to win the silver accreditation from the Green Building Index Accreditation Panel in 2012.
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Legoland
LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort which was opened in 2012 is the first LEGOLAND in Asia and the first International Park in Malaysia. At LEGOLAND, every day is a fun day with never-ending adventures.
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Penang Hill
Penang Hill was the first colonial hill station developed in Peninsular Malaysia. Comprising Western Hill, Bukit Laksamana, Tiger Hill, Flagstaff Hill and Government Hill, it is located six km away from Georgetown. The hilly and forested area is the state's primary hill resort.
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Masjid Taman Ilmu
Masjid Taman Ilmu is in Taman Ilmu, Tembila in Besut district of Terengganu. The mosque was constructed based on the traditional mosques designs at the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Construction began in September 2007 and was completed in April 2014. 
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Blogs See More

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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11 Traditional Malay Houses You Can Find In Malaysia
2020-06-07
Malay houses, or rumah kampung, represent the beauty and wisdom of traditional architecture, of shar...
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Customs & Culture For Races In Malacca
2020-04-30
Culture Malacca began more than six centuries in which various ethnic customs and traditions blended...
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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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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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Best Things to Do in Penang for First Time Visitors
2019-04-13
Here's a list of the quintessential Penang experiences that every first-time visitor should try. Fol...
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6 MUST-VISIT FAMILY FRIENDLY RESORTS IN MALAYSIA
2019-04-13
As new hotels spring up each day, we want to experience something different. Social media is the num...
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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 - Christmas Eve
2019-05-17
Roman Catholic and Anglican churches traditionally celebrate the Midnight Mass, which begins either ...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Jade Emperor’s Birthday
2019-05-17
The offering of sugarcane is very important because it is believed that the Hokkien community was sa...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Good Friday
2019-05-17
Good Friday is the Friday before Easter. Easter falls on the first Sunday following the Paschal Full...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Keamatan
2019-05-17
Pesta Keamatan is a harvest festival celebrated annually in the state of Sabah in Malaysia. It is ce...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Ash Wednesday
2019-05-30
Ash Wednesday got its name from the practice of blessing ashes made from palm branches blessed on th...
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Festivals of Malaysia - March Equinox
2019-05-31
The March equinox marks the moment the Sun crosses the equator. The equator is the imaginary line on...
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Festivals of Malaysia - Thai Ponggol
2019-05-17
In Malaysia, Thai Ponggol is a harvest festival celebrated out of season because it is fixed in the ...
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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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News See More

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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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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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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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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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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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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