Off The Grid (OTG) is a sub-brand created by the team behind Art of Speed (AOS), the largest automotive lifestyle event in SouthEast Asia. Conceived in 2022 as a pocket event within AOS, OTG has been well received with positive results and built itself a substantial fanbase. With AOS experience in community building, the aim is to bring together the various outdoor lifestyle communities within Malaysia in one major event.

OTG is inspired by the biggest annual outdoor lifestyle event in Japan – ‘FIELDSTYLE’. As Malaysia has its own communities of outdoor lifestyle enthusiasts with an ever growing interest, OTG will serve as the platform for the outdoor lifestyle segment as well as introduce newcomers who are interested to learn more about this hobby. Now as a standalone event, OTG is expected to target a visitor count of approximately 30,000 attendees.

Off The Grid 2024 (OTG 2024) is taking place at Malaysia Agro Exposition Park, Serdang (MAEPS) – inside Hall Awith an area of 150,000 sqft along with 4 acres of outdoor area. MAEPS will host OTG 2024 on 23, 24 & 25 February 2024 (10:00 am – 10:00 pm).




Whether you’re a seasoned outdoor enjoyer or a newcomer curious to learn more about this lifestyle, you’ll be sure to find a particular brand to pique your interest from the wide range of participating vendors. Among the top vendors taking the spotlight in Hall A are:

MONTANIC ADVENTURE STORE – Montanic Adventure Store is an establishment which originated from Brunei back in 2000. After six years, they expanded internationally and officially launched their first branch in Kota Kinabalu, East Malaysia. After that, they opened a second branch in Kota Kinabalu in 2010. Following more success, they were able to open a fourth store in Seria, Brunei in 2013, and as of date they have a new store in Petaling Jaya, Selangor. They carry more than 30 brands in their store including KZM, DOD, Stanley, and many more.

ANBOT STORE – Founded and established in 2015, ANBOT is an online store which sells a large selection of leisure, outdoor and lifestyle equipment. They have an esteemed distinction as an authorised reseller for numerous international brands, including Fjällräven and Naturehike.

CAMPGURU – CampGuru is a brand new local store located in Petaling Jaya and recently launched a shop in Johor Bahru, carrying with them a variety of camping brands such as Vidalido, Mobi Garden and Naturehike. CampGuru is notable for being active in organizing events, camping activity, community meet-ups and more.

EIGER ADVENTURE – Eiger Adventure (EIGER) was founded in 1989 as a brand providing equipment and gear for the lifestyles of nature enthusiasts. Eiger was born in Indonesia with the aim of being a companion and protector for anyone wanting to explore the tropical wilderness, especially in Indonesia. Eiger also aims to promote the name of Indonesia and the quality of Indonesian products on the international stage, particularly in the fashion retail industry. Eiger has focused its products on natural activities in tropical climates, which is reflected in three Eiger product categories: Mountaineering, Riding, and Eiger 1989 (Lifestyle). Eiger recently opened its first Malaysian store located at MyTown in Kuala Lumpur and OTG 2024 will be their first appearance at a local event in Malaysia.

Visitors can also find established names familiar to the outdoor lifestyle enthusiasts, which includes Pahlawan Store, Outside Malaysia, EcoFlow, and many more. For the outdoor lover also looking to give their vehicle that extra feature, there will also be vendors catering to your rides, such as TJM 4×4, Titan Suspension, and NoEqual & Kuzig.

Camping products and brands that visitors can look forward to at OTG 2024:

  • Tillak
  • Iwatani
  • Snow Peak
  • Chums
  • Cargo Container
  • Black Dog
  • Camping Moon
  • Fiskars
  • Aeroklas
  • Nite Core
  • Kinabalu Peak
  • And many more



What is an outdoor lifestyle without coffee? After all, brewing hot coffee over a fire has been a longtime culture and deep-rooted tradition of the outdoor lifestyle. If the aroma of coffee activates neurons in your brain then make sure to stop by Brew Festa – a slow bar concept with an outdoor/camping theme.

But what is a “slow bar”? If this is your first time hearing the term, it is a coffee bar where the barista takes their time to make the coffee. Often they will use slow-brewing techniques for a hands-on approach which gives time for the barista to have a chat with you for a more personalised service.



Meat, meat and more meat. Need we say more? What better way to utilise an outdoor campfire than sticking meat over an open flame for that good old bbq goodness.

Leave it to MeatXpert Premium Butcher to host the BBQ Showdown. 6 brands (competitors), premium meats and cuts, all-day barbeque, and plenty of satisfied bellies. Carnivores should definitely not miss this “meatstravaganza” – grilling outdoors next to Hall A.


Only got twenty dollars in your pocket? Hunting for that vintage drip? Looking for a come-up? Say less.

Quoting Macklemore aside, visitors will be sure to find cool pre-loved items at bargain prices at the Makers Jamboree & Pasor Dinda Ladies Market. Pasor Dinda is all about the thrift shop vibe, and the ladies from Kuantan, Pahang will not only curate the flea market, but they will also decorate the entire OTG 2024 setup with art installations and also the artisan village.


After all, the outdoor lifestyle is a family affair and OTG has plenty of additional activities to cater for everyone of all ages. These include:

  • Skimpool (or skimboarding pool) – This a water sport that involves riding a thin board, known as a skimboard, over a thin layer of water. The sliding moves and techniques are similar to skateboarding. The skimpool is organised by La Rocka (from Kota Bahru, Kelantan) at the outdoor area OTG Wet Park.
  • Surf Skate – by La Rocka
  • Roller Disko – There will be a dedicated area inside Hall A for some groovy roller disco skating
  • Strider Cup by @Striderskidsmalaysia
  • Hourly Lucky Draw – This is open to all visitors who spend RM100 in a single receipt. Total prizes worth RM50,000 will be given away including camping equipment, brand merchandise, outdoor apparel and more.

There will also be traditional and acoustic performances, a camper van meet-up and gathering, Mini RC Crawler hobbyists, and many more at OTG 2024.


The vendors for OTG 2024 have been carefully selected to appeal to the outdoor lifestyle theme. At OTG, visitors will be able to find the following vendors:

  • Outdoor lifestyle equipment
  • RV and campervan importer/fabricator
  • Car and motorcycle brands
  • Lifestyle bicycle brands: cyclocross, touring bike, MTB, gravel bike, cargo bike
  • Reptile farm
  • Outdoor apparel
  • Fashion and lifestyle
  • Exotic plant nursery
  • Outdoor sports and recreation operators
  • Ready-to-eat meals and camping food products
  • Curated F&B

That’s not all. New for OTG 2024 will be a Best Booth Competition – separated into Best Vendor Booth (F&B and Community) and Best Brand Booth. The winners for each category will win a trip for ONE (1) Person to the FIELDSTYLE Jamboree 2024 at Nagoya Japan this coming 18 & 19 May 2024.


The OTG 2024 weekend pass is available now online for RM35.00. One weekender ticket purchase is valid for a three day entry. Meanwhile, a day pass ticket is RM15.00 via online purchase. Any children below 12 years old entering is FREE. OKU (disabled) Pass Holders will also enjoy free entry. Any online purchase will only be charged RM3 for processing fee on each ticket.

Any visitors who would like to purchase by walking in on event dates, the ticket details are as the follows:

  • Normal walk in weekender ticket will be at RM50 per person valid for 3 days.
  • Normal walk in day pass tickets will be at RM20 per person valid for 1 day only.

Disclaimer: One Admission ticket purchase is for one person according to days purchased.

Tickets can be purchased via the official website while still available.

Since the inception of OTG, we’ve recognised a growing audience and demand for outdoor lifestyle events, a niche that has been limited in Malaysia.