Sharing Islamic Innovation & Progress

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For two days at the end of this month, Stadium Malawati in Shah Alam will become awash with the cultural extravaganza that is the Selangor Islamic Fest 2015.

Held in line with Tourism Selangor’s Visit Selangor Year, the festival aims to showcase the innovation and progress through the arts and culture. Delivering the messages of Islam to locals and visitors alike, the festival will feature some of the finest works of Islam through an exhibition of historical Islamic artefacts, the Islamic fashion and food fair, an archery competition, music and the arts.


From left Representative from Power Cat Malaysia, Mr.Shahrin Ahmad, Timbalan Pengarah Jab. Korporat and Pembangunan Komunity, Mr.Libra Lee bin Hanif, Tourism Malaysia Selangor YB Dato Dr.Ahmad Yunus Bin Hairi, Puan Noorul Ashikin

Tourism Selangor is expecting about 100,000 visitors over the two days, with the majority being domestic visitors. For the festival, they have chosen to highlight The Golden Age of Islam as their primary historical time of focus.

The Golden Age contributed much to the modern establishment of science, medicine, astrology, algebra and many other sectors. Muslim scholars built the world’s first observatory, developed the astrolabe, an instrument once called ‘a mathematical jewel’ and experimented with diet, drugs, surgery, and anatomy. The period also saw advances in Agriculture, with the preservation and improved network of wells, underground canals and waterwheels.

The 13,000-seater Stadium Malawati in outer Selangor has held scores of similar events, as well as concerts and sporting contests since its opening over ten years ago. 

WHERE Stadium Malawati, Shah Alam
WHEN 30-31 May
ADMISSION Free
TEL 03 5513 2000
tourismselangor.my

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