January Happenings
January Happenings
January Happenings 01. January 2019
Happy New Year! Welcome to the January edition of our Monthly Happenings. Find out what’s happening in and around our hotels this month and be sure to check it out if you’re in the area!

It’s beginning of the year and best time to plan your next holiday for great savings!

Hotel Promotions & Happenings

Everyone deserves a break. Enjoy our best deals deals from our hotels.

Out & About – Events not to be missed

If you happen to be in these cities, be sure to check out these events and festivals happening!

Penang:  Citi Walk

1 January


City Walk 2 The Penang City Council together with Penang Adventurer’s Club is organising the annual City Walk 2019 in conjunction with Penang’s ‘City Day’. The walk is open to all members of the public.

Click here for details.

Langkawi: 17th Royal Langkawi International Regatta

7 -12 January 2019

Picture Source: Royal Langkawi International Regatta

Royal Langkawi International Regatta is one of the most popular and significant sailing regattas in the whole of South East Asia.

Click here for details.

Malaysia: Thaipusam

21 Jan 2019

Picture credit: Najjua Zulkefli

Thaipusam signifies the victory of good over evil. During this celebration, a pilgrimage procession takes place to bring the statue of Lord Muruga on a golden chariot worth RM3 million led by more than 60 kavadis from Little India to the Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani hilltop temple at Waterfall Road. On Thaipusam day, devoteed go through a physical endurance of being skewered and pierced on the back and front of their bodies as act of penance.

Singapore: River I-Light Singapore

28 January – 24 February 2019

Source: Singapore Art and Gallery Guide

Singapore’s sustainable light art festival will return to the Lion City’s nightscape from Marina Bay vicinity to Civic District, Singapore River and Raffles Terrace at Fort Canning. This free admission festival will feature light art installations curated to the theme “Bridges of Time” that invites artists and festival-goers to reflect on Singapore’s history and growth, as well as its connection with the world in the last 700 years.

Visit I Light for more information.