Borneo International Kite Festival 2015
Date: 23rd – 27th September 2015
This will be a 11th time, a kite festival will be hold in this strand city of Bintulu. The outrageous breezy open space of a Old Bintulu Airport that faces a South China Sea means ideal unchanging drifting condition that kiters love. This also explains because 4 annals of bulk series of kites have been set given a pregnancy in 2005. The latest being 2,500 solid kites were flown, combining a longest arch kite hovel of 500 metres that went into a Malaysia Book of Records.
Expect 400 kiters from 25 countries to attend during this festival.
This family-fun eventuality comes with it informative and artist performances in a evening. Make a day outing to Similajau National Park as a side-trip.