The 10th Kuala Lumpur Tango Festival 2017, promises to deliver Malaysian Hospitality, top class instructors Bruno Tombari & Rocio Lequio and Michael Nadtochi & Eleonora Kalganova, and tango fun, fun all the way!
Dance card fun continues for Thursday & Friday night - the Leader & Follower with the most tandas get prizes. Winners announced at the end of Friday evening.
Jack n' Jill fun Competition is scheduled for Saturday night. Leaders & Followers are picked out randomly and partnered for 1 Tango. One round and limited to 6 couples only. First come first served, Judges will be Bruno& Rocio and Michael & Eleonora
This will be a queer friendly Festival - meaning Leaders & Followers can be male or female and same gender couples are more than welcome to join.We are also warm, hospitable, fun-loving and Beginner-friendly.
Venue for Workshops will be at Wisma OCM, Kuala Lumpur Dancers' Associaion, Hall of Fame. All Milongas will be at the same venue, for convenience.
Recommended hotels for easy reach of Workshops will be in the Chinatown area. Online bookings through Booking.com or Agoda.com.
Excellent rates to suit all budgets. Festival choice is Swiss Inn, Jalan Sultan; most convenient is Olympic Hotel, connected to workshop venue.
Chinatown area is the perfect tourist destination – all the shopping you desire, great eating, spa facilities and the most interesting walking tours, if you have the energy to explore, after your workshops and milongas.
For our foreign participants, Penang and Malacca are beautiful Heritage sites to visit as a sequel to your tango trip. Sun and sea lovers have a choice of many beautiful resorts on the East and West coast of Malaysia. Go to the Tourism Malaysia website to check things out.
There is also our National Rain Forest jungles to explore at Taman Negara.
One of the natural wonders of Kuala Lumpur are the magnificent Batu Caves - glorious & awesome limestone creations of Nature. After the caves, it would be easy to visit FRIM (Forest Reserve Institute of Malaysia). This is a convenient way of visiting an old rain forest without going out to Taman Negara.
Malaysia truly Asia!