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>Sabah Fest 2011

Posted on: April 30, 2011

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Sabah Fest, a cultural extravaganza is happens again and this year happening at Magellan, Sutera Harbour. The State’s colourful cultural event will be held starting from today until 1st of May 2011.

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Organised by Sri Pelancongan Sabah, it is open to the public and the entrance for handicraft and foods exhibition is FREE. Come and watch handicraft-making demonstrations by the respective ethnic groups and try out their traditional foods at the Magellan Grand Ballroom, Sutera Harbour from 10 am to 10pm.

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HANDICRAFTS AREA

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FOODS AND BEVERAGES AREA

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Tonight, there will be a Premiere Show held at Magellan Grand Ballroom at 7pm. The 23rd edition of Sabah Fest will bring the highly-anticipated show with the themed “Papakang” – The Odyssey of Seven Brothers”, an one-hour musical theatre-style production based on a local folklore of the legendary Nunuk Ragang.

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Normal walk-in rate: RM50 and student for only RM30. Come and grab the ticket to enjoy tonight show from this counter

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Kadaiku & Sabah Tourism Board.
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5 Responses to ">Sabah Fest 2011"

>Sabah seems like a great place to be…been tempted to go for ages already…and thanks for your info about HK and Macau…I guess Ocean Park and HK Disneyland are essential in every HK trip…

>Wow this is like a fantastic event. Lots and lots of nice crafts and arts. I am glad that these people are exposed at least once in a year and to show off her talent and skill and ther beautiful art. Great post and love all the pictures.

>lovely! nice blog anyway! keep on blogging! -graxieparadise_ejm.blogspot.com

>Jeff Chuah – If you come to Sabah next time, do inform me. Will be you around if I'm free. Hope my HK&Macau post do help u.Sailor – Thanks for your compliment. I'm glad that you love my post and pictures.Graxie – Thanks a lot. You too. Do keep on blogging. I will visit you as always 🙂

>Sabah is perfect place for people who want to experience an island cultured travel.

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