1. Buzkashi - 8 Players Playing With A Headless Goat Carcass
3. Panjat Pinang - Climbing Trunks Covered With Oil
Panjat Pinang is a very unique way of celebrating Indonesia’s Independence Day. A wheel full of prizes is placed on top, before the trunk is covered with oil or other lubricants, and young men are invited to try and reach the prizes.lockeroom.com.my
4. Naki Sumo - Which Sumo Wrestler Can Make The Other Baby Cry First?
Naki sumo, the baby crying festival in Japan is a contest where the young toddlers are carried by sumo wrestlers. The wrestlers hold the baby in their hands and observe which baby cries out first.lockeroom.com.my
The event, which has been held annually for over 400 years, is meant as a prayer for the children's healthy growth.huffingtonpost.com
5. Bo-Taoshi (Pole Bring-Down) - Who Can Lower The Pole?
Bo-Taoshi, or "pole bring-down" in English, is similar to the classic old capture-the-flag game played on sports day at schools in Japan. Victory is given to the team that successfully lowers the pole of the opposing team (which begins perpendicular to the ground) to a 30-degree angle.lockeroom.com.my
6. Wife Carrying - Which Man Can Carry His Wife Through An Obstacle Track The Fastest?
7. Redneck Games - How Does Belly Flopping Into A Mud Pit Sound To You?
8. Muggle Quidditch - Just Like In Harry Potter, Minus The Flying
9. Underwater Hockey - Hold Your Breath Until You Score!
10. Elephant Polo - Polo At A Slower Pace
Elephant polo is a variant of polo played whilst riding elephants. It is played in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Rajasthan (India), and Thailand. England and Scotland regularly field teams. Equipment consists of a standard polo ball and six to ten foot cane (similar to bamboo) sticks with a polo mallet head on the end.lockeroom.com.my