2014 was also a busy year for birthdays that were celebrated in all colours, forms and spirits.
The year started off with Datin Winnie Loo's hat extravaganza birthday party in January.
The founder of the 'A Cut Above' chain of hairdressing salons, together with close friends, dressed up in elaborate hats and hair pieces to commemorate her special day.
In May, Dato' Rosemarie Wee outdid herself again with a 'Wigs & Moustaches' birthday party.
Aligned with the cheeky theme of wigs and moustache, the venue was festooned with a disco ball, multi-coloured decorative items and fresh flowers.
In the same month of May, Dato' Simon Foong also celebrated his birthday in an intimate dinner party with a handful of his closest friends and associates.
Gracing his side the entire evening was his wife, Datin Mina Cheah-Foong, who looked stunning in a sequinned dress and modest black jacket.
May also saw Tan Sri Danny Tan, fresh from his recent entry into the Forbes list of Malaysian billionaires, celebrating another year of life in the company of his family members and friends.
This self-made business tycoon was all smiles when he arrived for his birthday party.
In June, Tunku Alaynna turned 7 with an adorable 'Despicable Me' themed birthday party.
Held in their private residence, the party saw friends and family, including grandparents Tunku Dato’ Seri Utama Naquiyuddin and Tunku Nurul Hayati, all dressed to the cartoon's colour scheme – yellow.
Also in June, Datin Seri Dato' Habibah Yusof celebrated an intimate Hermes-themed birthday with her closest family and friends.
The evening was organised by one of her closest confidants, Datuk Raziah Mahmud-Geneid, who decorated the venue with beautiful floral arrrangements as well as a Hermes-themed birthday cake.
In August, Valerie Ong turned 26 with a surprise birthday party thrown by her boyfriend, Cherchi Chen.
Valerie was touched to see that her birthday cake was recreated in the image of her beloved restaurant, The Point.
Also in August, Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew turned 60 in the warm embrace of his family and closest friends.
To officiate the occasion, Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew cut his birthday cake that was made to resemble a tree, symbolic of the mythical Tree of Life.
In September, HRH Tuanku Najihah celebrated her 90th birthday with her family members and close friends.
The 90th birthday celebration of HRH Tuanku Najihah was put together by her loving children including Tunku Dato’ Seri Nadzaruddin (middle).
Also in September, Catherine Mah celebrated her 60th birthday in a grand Shanghai-themed birthday party.
In lieu of birthday presents, Catherine Mah encouraged her guests to donate to a few charitable causes including Tasputra Perkim and The Little Sisters of The Poor.
September also saw Tan Sri Gnanalingam celebrating his 70th birthday with dearest family and friends gathered in the grand ballroom of Grand Hyatt.
Together with the heartwarming speeches by his children, Puan Sri Siew Yong also prepared a special video, titled 'Super G', that showcased Tan Sri Gnanalingam's journey of success throughout the years.
Tengku Dato' Paduka Noor Zakiah turned 88 in September, celebrated in an intimate birthday dinner party.
She was serenaded by Malaysia’s foremost singing sensation Dato' Sheila Majid and was treated to a special video dedication presentation from her children, grand-children and great grandchildren.
In November, Puan Sri Kamelia Kadir celebrated her 50th birthday with a fun-filled Brazilian-themed party, titled 'Samba Rumba'.
Guests were treated to a night of fantastical Brazilian dance performances including samba and capoeira, as they dined in the delicious buffet spread prepared by Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur.
To close off the year, Dato' Robert Geneid celebrated his 60th birthday with a jungle-themed party at Mulu Mariott Resort & Spa.
His closest friends and family members including Matthias Sutter and Elia Geneid-Sutter showed up in a myriad of jungle-themed costumes, making it a true rumble in the jungle.