Malaysia Carnival 2024 in New Delhi Was Attended by 2000 People

The vibrant colours and flavours of Malaysian culture came alive at the High Commission of Malaysia in New Delhi, as over 2,000 people gathered to partake in a celebration like no other. The Malaysia Carnival 2024, held on a Saturday, was a testament to the rich tapestry of traditions and heritage that Malaysia proudly boasts. From cultural performances to tantalising cuisine, the festival offered something for everyone. Families and children revelled in the festivities, which included cooking demonstrations, batik canting, and the opportunity to sample tropical Malaysian fruits. It was a half-day extravaganza that left a lasting impression on all who attended.

Malaysian High Commissioner Muzafar Shah Mustafa highlighted the significance of the event, describing it as an integral part of cultural diplomacy in India. Moreover, it served as a platform to showcase Malaysia’s tourist attractions, setting the stage for Visit Malaysia 2026. The presence of the Federal Agriculture Marketing Authority (FAMA), which shipped in hundreds of kilogrammes of tropical fruits, added a delightful dimension to the carnival. Pomelo, dragon fruit, durian, jackfruit, and more adorned the tables, tempting visitors with their exotic flavours.

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Meanwhile, the Malaysian Foreign Ministry’s Ladies Association (Perwakilan) treated attendees to a gastronomic journey with a diverse array of Malaysian cuisine. From savoury delicacies to sweet treats, the food stalls were a testament to Malaysia’s culinary prowess. Beyond cultural and culinary delights, the carnival also provided a platform for business networking. Leading Malaysian companies and Indian enterprises showcased their offerings, further strengthening bilateral ties between the two nations.

As the day transitioned into the evening, the festive atmosphere continued with children’s games, raffle draws, and captivating cultural performances by students from University Sains Malaysia (USM). Their enchanting displays of talent added an extra layer of vibrancy to an already lively event. In essence, the Malaysia Carnival 2024 was more than just a celebration—it was a testament to the unity in diversity that defines Malaysia and its people. It was a day where cultures converged, friendships were forged, and memories were made to last a lifetime.

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