LAST weekend’s Putrajaya Youth Festival 2014 was one epic event, occupying almost the entire main city area of the administrative capital.

With activities and events at every corner throughout the three-day event (which started on Friday), the festival was divided into four zones for easier navigation. And still we managed to get ourselves lost several times.

The festival was rojak, but in a good way. It featured everything young and Malaysian – there were traditional games, sporting activities, music performances by mainstream and indie acts, and the usual *ahem* hipster stuff.

If you’re kicking yourself for missing out on the festival, don’t worry, there’s always next year. But in the meantime, you can check out these photos of some of the things that went down over the weekend.


Great success: A huge crowd showed up for this year’s Putrajaya Youth Festival, which was filled with a variety of activities over three days.



The festival also showcased motocross and four-wheel drive vehicle competitions. The dirt tracks were built specifically for the event.



Zombie Run participants looking alive.



The Zamzuriah Zahari & Darinai Dance Company’s Tarian Inai was one of many street performances the livened the sidewalks at the festival.



A wall for rock climbers was set up courtesy of Johor International Youth Hub. The festival was littered with many other facilities and activities for the public to enjoy for free.

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