This festival has deep roots in Chinese culture and symbolizes unity and familial harmony. Families gather to admire the full moon, share stories, and indulge in mooncakes.
In our 65-year history, Malaysia has quite successfully blended these elements and built a multicultural society which shares and respects each other’s traditions.
BOH Makes It Into The Malaysia Book Of Records For The Largest Tea Distribution In A Thaipusam Event
BOH served 102,000 cups of tea over a two-day period, on 4th and 5th February, to devotees and visitors alike at the Sri Subramaniar Swamy Temple in Batu Caves which qualified them for this record breaking feat.
Beautiful lanterns, rivers flowing with mandarin oranges or tangerines and the possible chance of romance, Chap Goh Mei is a beloved celebration among the Chinese community.
The sight of tea fields from the tea centre’s hanging balcony as the sunlight shines across the slopes can warm both the body and soul as you bask in the panoramic views.