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MELAKA HISTORICAL CITY TO CELEBRATE HISTORICAL CITY DAY ON 15TH. APRIL 2016

On this coming Friday, 15th. April 2016, Melaka will celebrate her 8th. Anniversary for being declared as Melaka Historical City Day.

In 2015, arrivals of local and foreign tourists to Melaka top 15.7 million. This is an all time high and hopefully Melaka can aim for 20 million visitors by 2020.

There are new attractions being planned and constructed.

A big project by Yong Tai group is Impressions Melaka and Impression City. Chinese and Malaysian investors are involved in this multi billion project.

Melaka Gateway is another major project at Pulau Melaka which includes a new marina, hotels and shopping area. International Cruise ships can berth safely in Melaka as well.

Impression Melaka is an international show directed and put together by Chinese renowned director, Zhang Zi Mou and is scheduled to be opened by end 2017.

This World class shows will be performed at night and guests are expected to spend at least one night for these shows. By doing so, guests must stay in hotels around Melaka including enjoying our food and beverages. Major spin offs are expected for Melaka.

Sabah and Sarawak Tourism News March 2016

Sabah and Sarawak Tourism News 2016

Here is a round up of Sabah and Sarawak tourism news for March 2016 for those wanting to know more about what is happening in these two Malaysian states in Borneo.

Poor air links, slowdown hit tourism in Sarawak

Foreign arrivals to Sarawak fell short of expectations last year, recording a 7% drop from 2014, no thanks to poor air connectivity.  State Tourism Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg had hoped for 5 million arrivals in 2015. However, only 4.51 million visitations were recorded. In 2014, there were 4.85 million foreign arrivals. “Our target for this year remains 5 million,” Johari told reporters after the yearly State Tourism Steering Committee meeting here yesterday. The prolonged haze, repercussions from the twin Malaysia Airlines disasters, and global economic slowdown were also blamed for the drop.

A much touted attempt by the Sarawak and Sabah governments to become majority shareholders in MASwings also failed to materialise. Johari said poor air links had continued to “handicap” Sarawak’s tourism growth. Looking ahead, the state would concentrate on attracting tourists via China and Singapore hubs.

On April 26, Hong Kong Airlines would fly its first flight between Kuching and Hong Kong. “As a result of that route, there is a possibility of other airlines coming. In fact, Sarawak Tourism Board is negotiating with other Chinese airlines to fly direct from China to Kuching. I can’t reveal more yet. The other important hub will be Singapore,” Johari said. “Promotional works in Hong Kong and Singapore would be ‘aggressive’”, he added.

Read More: http://www.thestar.com.my/metro/community/2016/03/24/poor-air-links-slowdown-hit-tourism-haze-and-disasters-also-blamed-for-7-drop-in-arrivals-last-year/

Sarawak Eyes 5 Million Tourist Arrivals This Year, Via Singapore, Hong Kong

KUCHING, March 23 (Bernama) — With a view to luring five million tourists to Sarawak this year, the state government will liaise with Singapore and Hong Kong to record the statistics from the two iconic Asian tourist hubs.

State tourism minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg noted that last year, 60 per cent of the 25.7 million tourists to Malaysia came through Singapore, while Hong Kong was the gateway for tourists from mainland China. He said the state government had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Singapore Cooperation Enterprise to tap the island’s expertise in developing new tourism destinations and products.  He was speaking to the media after chairing the Sarawak Tourism Steering Committee annual meeting here Wednesday.

Read More: http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v8/ge/newsgeneral.php?id=1227815

Sabah No 2 choice of Beijing tourists

Kota Kinabalu: Despite several hiccups, China tourists are still flocking to Sabah, making it their second most preferred destination in Malaysia after Kuala Lumpur, according to Ctrip.com, China’s leading online travelling agency. Its Malaysia Business Unit Director Stephane Thong said 37 per cent of its customers opted to come to Sabah since the company was established in Malaysia in 2014.

“Sabah offers a complete tourism experience which makes it more popular among China tourists compared to other Malaysian cities such as Kuala Lumpur or Penang. Other than the local cuisine, these tourists are attracted to the beautiful islands and beaches here because China has very few of it,” she said.

Thong also said Malaysia’s efforts to promote Sabah as a tourist destination contributed to the success. “The government has taken many initiatives to promote Sabah to China tourists such as increasing the number of direct flights to Sabah,” she said, adding that the depreciation of the Ringgit has resulted in a cheaper travelling package.

Read More: http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/local.cfm

Sarawak To Have Direct Hong Kong-Sibu Flights

SIBU, March 13 (Bernama) — The Sarawak Tourism Ministry will establish direct flights from Hong Kong to Sibu to increase tourist arrivals to the state’s central region soon.  Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem said this after the state government signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Hong Kong Airlines earlier this year. He said the twice-a-week, Hong Kong-Kuching-Hong Kong direct flights were expected to begin next month.

“This is in line with Sarawak’s open sky policy inviting interested airlines to have direct flights to the state,” he said in a speech read by state housing and tourism minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg at the launch of Visit Sibu Year 2017 at Dataran Sibu here last night.

Adenan said Sibu was the main entrance to the central region of Sarawak, boasting of various tourist attractions comprising Kapit, Sarikei and Mukah which had tourism potential not fully explored and developed. “Sarawak’s central region is rich in culture, nature, adventure, heritage and history,” he added.

The chief minister also announced an allocation of RM200,000 from the state government to the committee in charge of ‘Visit Sibu Year 2017’. The tourism sector is a major contributor to the state economy, with a turnover of about RM9 billion with 4.5 million tourist arrivals last year. The amount is equivalent to 13 per cent of Sarawak’s total gross domestic product (GDP) last year, said Adenan, adding that the tourism sector would also provide employment opportunities to the people of Sarawak.

Read More: http://www.bernama.com/bernama/state_news/news.php?id=1224661cat=sre

Sarawak eying Asean, East Asia tourism markets

KUCHING: The state Tourism Ministry is working to position Sarawak in the Asean and East Asia markets as its priority areas for 2016, said Tourism Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg. “While we still promote the state to the European market, we would also want to concentrate more on our neighbours particularly Asean and East Asia.

“We are penetrating into important hubs such as Singapore and Hong Kong. As you know, we will have direct flight to and from Hong Kong starting next month. Hong Kong is the gateway to southern China, so these are cities where we want to concentrate in improving connectivity. We also hope to tap into the Mongolian market.  “We also expect other airlines to join the bandwagon. In fact we are negotiating with a few,” he said at the official opening ceremony of the 8th MATTA Fair 2016 at Boulevard Shopping Mall yesterday.

According to Abang Johari, a Sarawak Week would be held in Singapore in May. “As part of the campaign, five Singapore buses will be wrapped with Sarawak logo and themes and they will go around Singapore for a month. It will be an aggressive campaign which we are working with Singapore Tourism Board and Silk Air,” he said.

Read More: http://www.theborneopost.com/2016/03/12/sarawak-eying-asean-east-asia-tourism-markets/

China tourists flock to Sabah again

KOTA KINABALU – The lure of the sea and convenient direct flights are among the factors pulling Chinese tourists to Sabah despite security concerns, according to Sabah Tourism Federation president Datuk Seri Winston Liaw. These travellers, he said, had been assured by the presence of security personnel in the east coast area.

“The issue of personal safety is not stopping them from coming as many of them say that crimes occur everywhere,” he said, crediting the continuous arrival of Chinese tourists to efforts by the Sabah Tourism Board (STB).

The feedback from Chinese tourists indicated that Sabah’s natural resources were a major attraction, he added. “They tell us that they love our beautiful beaches, islands, nature and cheap seafood,” he said, adding that it also helped that many Sabahans could speak various Chinese dialects. Seafood, especially in the east coast, is not only fresh but cheaper compared to peninsular Malaysia or even China, he added.

Read More: http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/03/16/china-tourists-flock-to-sabah-again-travellers-feel-its-safe-to-visit-east-coast-thanks-to-beefed-up/

Sabah exploring new areas as tourist attractions

KOTA BELUD: The Sabah Tourism, Culture and Environment Ministry is exploring new areas with the potential to be developed into exciting tourist destinations. Its permanent secretary, Datuk Ginun Yangus said this was part of efforts to draw the international community to the state.

“The places rich in natural beauty and with the potential for eco-tourism development include Kadamaian in Kota Belud, Keningau, Kuala Penyu, Beaufort and Sungai Kinabatangan in Sandakan, ” he said at the launch of the Kadamaian Nature Challenge 2016 by Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak here today.

Read More: http://www.thesundaily.my/news/1733160

Call For More Backpackers Clubs In Sabah To Promote Tourism

TUARAN, March 19 (Bernama) — Backpackers Clubs could assist in promoting Sabah as the best tourism destination in Malaysia. This is according to Sabah Tourism Board chairman Datuk Joniston Bangkuai who said more of such clubs should be formed in the state. He said club members could empower the local tourism sector through various means including social media.

The associations could organise sojourns to tourism spots where members may also share their experiences for instance, on Facebook, he told reporters after launching ‘2D1N Earth Hour and Kiulu Adventure Voluntourism’, Saturday. The programme held in Kiulu near here and organised with the cooperation of Sabah Backpacker Operators Association (SBA) and Almacrest College was participated by about 30 students from the Almacrest Student Backpackers Club.

Read More: http://www.bernama.com/bernama/state_news/news.php?id=1226669cat=sbe

Tigerair Taiwan touches down in Kota Kinabalu

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is confident of surpassing its aim of 60,000 tourist arrivals from Taiwan by year end.  State Assistant Tourism, Culture and Environment minister Datuk Pang Yuk Ming said it was not impossible to achieve the target with the addition of new direct flight between two destinations. “Last year, the state recorded 41,000 arrivals which was 31 per cent increase than the previous year.”

“With the addition of the new budget Tigerair Taiwan airline, it is not impossible for us to achieve the target by year end,” he said in a reception welcoming the budget airline’s inaugural flight from Taipei to the Kota Kinabalu International airport, here, this morning.

The airline’s chief executive officer Kwan Yue said the carrier chose Sabah as the state was a resort destination with modern facility and possessed a strong cultural element as well as providing good hospitality. “We are able to generate high interests among people to come to Sabah within short time of marketing the destination. “The airline foresees great potential (in this partnership) and looking forward to increase frequency and offer affordable price tickets to the people,” he said.

Read More: http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/03/133496/tigerair-taiwan-touches-down-kota-kinabalu

The above is a compilation of Sabah and Sarawak Tourism News for March 2016 taken from various mainstream new sources in Malaysia. If you have any comments, please leave them below.

IMPRESSION CITY BY END 2017

Yong Tai Berhad : bullish on Impression City
     
02/24/2016 | 03:12 am
KUALA LUMPUR: YONG Tai Bhd expects its RM5.4 billion project in Malacca to generate net profit margin of 20 per cent, which would help to sustain the company’s earnings in the long term.

The garment maker-turned-property developer, which has been loss- making for several years, expects to return to the black this year with contribution coming from the real estate sector.

The company, which has pockets of developments in the Klang Valley and Johor, is planning to develop Impression City on a 47.03ha site in Malacca.

The project would be developed in 11 phases and over 10 years, said its executive director Boo Kuang Loon.

Construction for Phase 1 would start in the third quarter of this year and feature retail and commercial units, said Boo at a luncheon hosted by MIDF Amanah Investment Bank Bhd, here, yesterday.

It is expected to have a gross development value of RM1.1 billion,

The catalyst for the commercial-led Impression City is the Impression Melaka performing arts theatre, to be built on the 47.03ha site.

Construction of Impression Melaka, the jewel of the company, will start next month at a cost of RM300 million and includes land acquisition. The opening is slated for end-2017.

Boo said although Impression Melaka required a huge capital investment, the returns would be long term and attractive.

It would take two years to construct and the projected returns would start from 2018 onwards, he added.

With 15 million tourists visiting Malacca annually, Yong Tai hopes to attract at least 1.1 million visitors to Impression Melaka, with 40 per cent coming from China.

The company is also targeting visitors from Southeast Asia (30 per cent), Asia (20 per cent) and the rest from the Middle East, Europe and the United States.

“With two shows a day and tickets priced at RM120 per person, we are poised to achieve a revenue of RM140 million a year, including the sale of souvenirs and merchandise. For this business, we are targeting a profit margin of 50 per cent. This would net us a profit of around RM60 million a year.

“There are many more upsides, such as increasing the ticket prices and having up to four shows a day. This is the potential of Yong Tai in the future,” said Boo.

“For the next two years we are at the investing stage and would generate profits. But the profits would not be much to give dividends,” he said.

LOVE IS IN THE AIR

Tourists looking for love join in Malacca’s Chap Goh Meh celebration
22 FEBRUARY 2016 @ 9:56 PM
BY MICHELE NG

MALACCA: Love was in the air at the Quayside at the Malacca River as tourists mingled with locals to celebrate Chap Goh Meh.



A group of women in particular, were keen participants in the tossing of the oranges ritual, synonymous with the celebration often dubbed the ‘Chinese Valentine’s Day.’

Susanna and Carla Saradeth from Germany who were on the boat expressed their excitement at being part of the celebration for the first time.

“A friend of mine told me the meaning behind the orange tossing and said I would do it while I am here.

“At that time, I laughed it off but I never thought I would actually do it”, Susanna said with a giggle when met today.

Carla also jokingly said that they might get lucky in love after this.

Both Susanna and Carla liked the warmth that they received by the locals throughout the event.

“We were just walking by when we were invited to join and suddenly we were a part of everything.

“It was really cool and the dances and costumes were nice,” Carla said.

Those in attendance were also serenaded by a performance from the ‘Body and Soul’ band while being entertained by the catchy lagu joget by ‘The Serani Teng Teng’.

Present was state Transport and Project Rehabilitation executive committee chairman Datuk Lim Ban Hong, who officiated the event.

Chap Goh Meh is the 15th and last day of the Chinese New Year celebration.

Some of the women tossing oranges into the Malacca River at Quayside during the Chap Goh Meh celebration. Pix by HAIRUNISAH LOKMAN.

APPS GUIDE FOR MALACCA

Tuesday, 2 February 2016
Smart phone apps to guide tourists in Malacca
 
MALACCA: The state government has introduced a smart phone application known as “Destination Melaka” to guide tourists visiting the state.

Malacca Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Harun said the application provided various information including tourism destinations, interesting food outlets and list of hotels with the aid of the Global Positioning System (GPS).

He said the application was developed by Malacca Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) and the Malacca Tourism Promotion Division to promote more widely tourism destinations in the state, especially to foreign tourists.

“All data related to tourism programme, activity and destination in the state will be upgraded by Tourism Malacca from time to time. We received information the application can be downloaded for free via Google Apps.

“Very encouraging responses were received from Android smart phone users especially in Brazil, London and the United States,” he said ata media conference after chairing a state executive council meeting here recently.

TM Malacca general manager Datuk Rozlan Mohamed said the application which was expected to be able to be downloaded by iOS smart phones in February would also provide emergency calls to the police, ambulance, Fire and Rescue Department and the embassies if the tourists needed help.

“We target the application to be downloaded to 50,000 Android and iOS users in the first six months of this year. The features of the application will be improved from time to time,” he said.

Melaka introduces ‘Destination Melaka’ application for tourists.

INDIVIDUAL MEMBER

MR. SEET CHENG KHIM

H/P: 012-681 1390

[email protected]

ABDUL ANTIQUES SDN BHD

(formerly known as SYARIKAT ABDUL)

TN. HJ MOIDU B. T. ABU BAKAR, AMN,PJK

H/PHONE:016-665 5419

TEL: 06 282 3633 FAX: 06 282 3627

[email protected]

www.syarikat-abdul.com

EDUCATION

Kolej Sinar (Sinar College Sdn Bhd)

CIK NOORADINA

Tel: 06-286 9876/77 Fax 06-286 9875

[email protected] ; [email protected]

www.sinarcollege.edu.my

HOTEL

7 DAYS INN

MR TEH INN KIAT

TEL:06-288 1717 FAX: 06-288 3339

H/P: 017-615 7880

[email protected]

A’FAMOSA RESORT HOTEL SDN. BHD.

TEL: 06 552 0888 FAX: 06- 552 0811

TEL: 03-27818888 FAX: 03-27818822

[email protected]

[email protected]

www.afamosa.com

ALDY HOTEL MELAKA

MS. GIRLIE CHONG H/P: 016-520 8022

TEL:06-283 3232 FAX: 06-286 3236

[email protected]

www.aldyhotel.com.my

Bayou Lagoon Park Resort

DATO MARCO Seow

Tel:06-233 0888 Fax: 06-253 3888

[email protected] www.bayoulagoon.com.my


HOTEL WEILIA

MS. GINNY TAN CHEE CHIN

TEL: 06-286 2949/ 50 FAX: 06-286 2942

[email protected]

www.hotelweilia.com.

HOTEL PURI MELAKA

PN SALASIAH H/P: 019-6655750

TEL: 06 282 5588 FAX: 06 281 5588

[email protected]

www.hotelpuri.com

HOTEL SERI COSTA MELAKA

PUAN NORMIZI H/PHONE: 012-210 5268

TEL: 06 281 6666 FAX: 06 286 4931

[email protected]hotelsericosta.com

www.feldatravel.com.my

HOTEL SERI MALAYSIA MELAKA

EN. SAZALI SABRI,PJK

TEL: 06-232 8464 FAX: 06-232 8470

H/PHONE:012-231 5685

[email protected]

www.serimalaysia.com.my

MAHKOTA HOTEL APARTMENT

EN. NUR SAHAR BIN OSMAN H/P: 019-277 5941

TEL: 06- 286 2735 FAX: 06-286 2908

[email protected]

www.mahkotahotelapartment.com

MALACCA STRAITS HOTEL

MR. BHARAT K. AJMERA, DSM,BKT,PBB

TEL: 06-286 1888 FAX: 06-292 1199

H/PHONE:012-223 1199

[email protected]

www.malaccastraitshotel.com.my

Marvelux Hotel

Tel: 06-281 8888 Fax: 06-286 2277

[email protected]

www.marveluxhotel.com

One Residence Stay Sdn Bhd

MR. LEE KIEN ZHANG

Tel:06-282 1500 Fax: 06-282 1511

h/phone: 012 602 1252

[email protected]

www.1residence.com.my

Puteri Resort Ayer Keroh

norizam dahlan H/PHONE: 012-331 6442

TEL: 06 232 3333 FAX: 06 231 5868

[email protected]

[email protected]

www.puteriresort.com.

HOTEL

Sandy Hotel

Mr. jansen chu

Tel:06-336 5811 Fax: 06-336 9899

[email protected]

[email protected]

SEMABOK INN

MS. CELINE TIU HWEE CHEN,PBM

TEL: 06-283 8877 FAX: 06-283 7299

H/PHONE:016-336 6642

[email protected]

www.semabokinn.com

THE BABA HOUSE

TEL: 06-281 1216 FAX: 06-281 1217

hm @thebabahouse.com.my

www.thebabahouse.com.my

THE TREND HOTEL

MR BHARAT K. AJMERA, DSM,BKT,PBB

TEL: 06- 2861199 FAX: 06- 281 6171

H/PHONE:012-2231199

[email protected]

www.thetrendhotel.com

QUAYSIDE HOTEL MELAKA

EN. MAZLAN

TEL: 06-284 1001 FAX: 06-284 1003

[email protected]

www.quaysidehotel.com.my

Wana Riverside Hotel

RENY NOR’ AIN MOHAMAD

Tel: 06-289 7888 Fax: 06-289 7999

H/P:012-271 4844

[email protected]

www.wana.com.my



YELLOW MANSION HOTEL

EN. MOHD FIKDAUS B JAMAL

TEL: 06 283 8885 FAX: 06 283 0660

H/PHONE:017-685 6055

[email protected]

www.yellowmansion.com.my

HOSPITAL

MAHKOTA MEDICAL CENTRE

MR. STANLEY LAM

TEL: 06 281 3333 FAX: 06 281 0560

[email protected]

www.mahkotamedical.com

Oriental Melaka Straits Medical Centre

MS CHRISTINE LEE H/P: 016 272 7218

Ms Jessica Yeo H/P: 016 665 3323
TEL: 06 -315 8888 FAX: 06-315 8800

[email protected]
www.orientalmedical.com.my

PANTAI HOSPITAL AYER KEROH

MR. MICHAEL WONG

TEL: 06 231 9999 FAX: 06 231 2369

[email protected]

www.pantai.com.my

MUSEUM

BABA NYONYA HERITAGE MUSEUM MELAKA

MS MELISSA CHAN H/PHONE: 012-362 8274

TEL/ FAX: 06- 283 1273

[email protected]

www.babanyonyamuseum.com

CHENG HO CULTURAL MUSEUM

mr Eugene Ho

TEL: 06-2831135 FAX:06 -2831132

[email protected]

[email protected]

OTHER SERVICES

ASFORA SDN BHD

MR. HENRY NG WAH

H/PHONE: 019-6550098

TEL: 06-2829888 FAX:06-2835898

[email protected]

[email protected]

BALMIC MANAGEMENT SERVICES

ENTERPRISE

MR. GUNABALAN

H/PHONE:012 6050446

[email protected]

EZEE TECHNOSYS (m) sdn bhd

(HOSPITALITY I T SOLUTIONS HOTEL SOFTWARE)

Mr. Gan Sen Chin H/P: 016-663 2377

[email protected]

www. ezeetechnosys.com.my

INSYIRAAH FOOD CRAFT

EN IIYASA’ BIN SAMSUDIN

H/P: 013-222 4244

Team Nero (EVENT MANAGEMENT)

Mr ace fong

H/P: 012-3566 449

Fax:06-232 6182

[email protected]

RECREATION

DATARAN PAHLAWAN MEGAMALL

MISS ELAINE ONG

TEL: 06-2821828 FAX: 06-2831827

[email protected]

www.dataranpahlawan.com.my

MAHKOTA PARADE

(HEKTAR PROPERTY SERVICES SDN BHD)

TEL: 06-282 6151 FAX: 06-282 7305

[email protected]

[email protected]

www.hektarproperty.com

MALACCA BUTTERFLY REPTILE SANCTUARY

MR. GERARD / ELAINE WONG

TEL: 06- 232 0033 FAX: 06- 232 9977

[email protected]

www.butterflyreptile.com

MELAKA DUCK TOURS

MR STEVEN NG CHWEE PING

H/PHONE: 012-3057999

TEL: 06-292 2595 FAX: 06-281 8235

[email protected];[email protected]

www.melakaducktours.com.my

MENARA TAMING SARI

TN HJ ISNIN BIN AMAN

TEL: 06 288 1100 FAX: 06 288 1551

[email protected]

www.menaratamingsari.com

MELAKA WONDERLAND SDN BHD

MR GYLN PEREIRA H/P: 017-392 8893

TEL: 06 -2313333/1119 FAX: 06 -2313339

[email protected]

www.melakawonderland.com.my

MINI MALAYSIA ASEAN CULTURAL PARK

En ADAM FUAAD

TEL: 06-234 9988/89 FAX: 06-2349889

[email protected]

www.minimalaysiaasean.com.my

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SERAMA CORPORATION SDN BHD

EN AHMAD FAUZI MUHAMED

TEL: 06-553 3957 FAX: 06-553 3286

[email protected]

www.serama.com.my

ORNARESORT BHD

MR. CHEONG MOON FOONG

TEL: 06-5210333 FAX: 06-5210222

H/PHONE:019-6671952

[email protected]

www.ornaresort.com.my

RECREATION

Perbadanan Pembangunan Sungai Dan Pantai Melaka (MELAKA RIVER CRUISE)

EN. NAZARY BIN AHMAD, DSM, BCM

TEL:06-281 4322/23 FAX:06-281 4325

[email protected]

www.ppspm.gov.my

THE SHORE OCEANARIUM SDN BHD

MR CHEW CHERT FONG

TEL: 06- 282 9966 FAX:06-283 1003

H/P: 016-978 3555

sales1. [email protected]

[email protected]

www.oceanariummelaka.com

www.facebook.com/oceanariummelaka

THE [email protected] MALACCA RIVER

(SHOPPING MALL)

MR NARENDRA KUMAR REDDY, PJK

H/P: 012-220 3828

TEL: 06-282 2666 FAX:06-282 0333

[email protected]

www.kerjayaprospek.com

www.facebook.com/theshoreshoppingmall

TAMAN BUAYA REKREASI (MELAKA) SDN BHD

EN. MUHAMMAD SARATH ABDULLAH

H/P:019-6677207

TEL: 06 2322349/50 FAX: 06 2319136

[email protected]

www.tamanbuayamelaka.com

RESTAURANT/CAFÉ

(CAFE)

BISTRO YEAR 1673

TEL:06-288 1673 FAX:06-281 1673

[email protected]

www.bistroyear1673.com

Café Botanikal

TEL: 06- 232 3116 FAX: 06- 232 2316

[email protected]

www.cafebotanikal.com.my

Calanthe Art Cafe Sdn Bhd

Mr. Ng Kim Chew H/P:019-656 5619

Tel: 06-292 2960 Fax: 06-281 2960

[email protected]

www.calantheartcafe.blogspot.com

GEOGRAPHER CAFÉ

TEL: 06- 281 6813 FAX: 06-281 6613

[email protected]

www.geographer.com.my

café

Hard Rock Cafe

Mr. Anderson Kandiah Selva

H/P: 012-237 3925

TEL:06- 292 5188 FAX:06-281 3116

[email protected]

www.hardrock.com/melaka

HOLMEZ café, JALAN TANGGA BATU

(Holmez Holdings Sdn Bhd)

MS LEE LING

H/P:019 225 2579

LA BODEGA

TEL:06- 284 2288 FAX:06-284 0988

[email protected]

[email protected]

www.gastrodome.com.my

(chiNESE FOOD)

RESTORAN FAMOSA CHICKEN RICE BALL

MR. DANNY LAI H/PHONE:019-668 7119

TEL: 06-286 0120/21/22 FAX: 06 288 3354

[email protected]

www.chickenriceball.com

(indian FOOD)

Restoran Saravanna

Mr. V Saravanan H/P:019-361 6087

Tel:06-283 0295 Fax: 06-282 4563

[email protected]

RESTORAN VAZHAI ELAI (BANANA LEAF)

MR. A FRANCIS

TEL:06- 283 1607

H/PHONE: 019-666 0254/ 012-636 3618

(MALAY FOOD)

Asam Pedas Selera Kampung

En. Saharudin Mohd Nor

H/PHONE: 016-660 9014

FAX:06-288 1799

RESTORAN LOT 85

CIK FATIMAH/ SITI JASMIN BTE DAWOOD SHAH

TEL: 06- 292 2045

H/PHONE:013-618 3500 / 019-207 5785

RESTORAN OLE RASA

EN. ABD. RAHMAN T. ABU BAKAR

H/PHONE:016-611 6040 / 016-601 5164

RESTORAN TASIK LIMBONGAN BISTRO

EN. ABDUL WAHAB H/P:016-662 2786

TEL: 06-281 6786

(NYONYA FOOD)

BAYONYA RESTAURANT

MR. DAVID GOH H/P:012-682 2622

TEL/ FAX: 06-292 2192

[email protected]

Big Nyonya Restaurant

TEL: 06-286 3536

H/P:012 612 7311

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REstoran Nyonya Makko

Mr. Chock Choon Sin, PJK

Tel: 06-284 0737 Fax:06-283 7490

H/P: 019-665 7082

[email protected]

www.nyonyamakko.com.my

RESTORAN OLE SAYANG SDN. BHD

MR RICHARD TAY

TEL: 06- 283 1966/ 283 4384 FAX: 06- 283 3315

[email protected]

TRAVEL AGENTS

AD NAZWAJAYA TRAVEL TOURS SDN. BHD.

EN. MUHAMMAD AZWAN JENDRAN ABDULLAH

TEL: 06-553 3466 FAX: 06-553 3477

H/PHONE:012-639 2266

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ATLAS TRAVEL SERVICES SDN. BHD

MS. JOANNE TAN AI WAH

TEL: 06 -282 0777 FAX: 06- 283 4714

H/PHONE:016-767 8888

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CAMMY TRAVEL TOURS SDN. BHD

MR ANDY TOH H/PHONE:017-212 6668

TEL: 06 -2817799 FAX: 06 -284 8589

[email protected]

www.cammytravel.com

KENZAR TRAVEL TOURS SDN. BHD.

MDM. MADELINA W.L.KUAH, DSM,BCM,BKT,PJK

TEL: 06- 281 1133 FAX: 06- 281 1122

H/PHONE:019-665 7221

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PUAN LATIFAH MOHD ABDUL WAHAB

TEL: 06- 286 0399 FAX: 06- 286 0397

H/PHONE:019-657 0399

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RELIANCE SHIPPING TRAVEL AGENCIES

(MALACCA) SDN BHD

Y.BHG RAYMOND G.B. YEO, DPSM,JP

TEL: 06 -284 5126 FAX: 06- 284 0248

H/PHONE:012-639 9983

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TRAVEL AGENTS

VIKING TOURS TRAVEL (M) SDN BHD

EN. MANOKARAN A/L VALLIAPPAN

TEL: 06-288 1195 FAX: 06-288 1197

H/PHONE:019-626 9807

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LOCAL PRODUCTS

TAN KIM HOCK AUTHENTIC SDN BHD

(formerly known as TAN KIM HOCK TONG SENG FOOD

INDUSTRY SDN. BHD)

MR. TAN BEE SEN

TEL: 06 -283 5322 FAX: 06 -283 2320

[email protected]

PRINTERS/DESIGN/ADVERTISING

Millenniumtech Com (M) Sdn Bhd

Ms. Roselynn Teng LH

TEL: 06 -317 8919 FAX: 06 -317 4075

H/PHONE: 012-738 9919 / 019-313 9919

[email protected]

[email protected]

www.millenniumtechprint.com

SYKT PERCETAKAN MUNCUL SISTEM SDN BHD

MR. TAY LOO WEE,PJK H/P: 019-665 6551

TEL: 06- 284 8400 FAX: 06- 283 4819

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INDIVIDUAL LIFE MEMBER

Y.BHG DATUK SEET TIANG CHYE,

PAST PRESIDENT

H/P: 012-681 1848

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MDM. MADELINA KUAH, DSM,BCM,BKT,PJK

H/P: 019-665 7221

TN. HJ MOIDU B.T. ABU BAKAR, AMN,PJK

H/P: 016-665 5419

KEEPING MELAKA CLEAN

Monday, 4 January 2016
Beauties do their part to help keep Malacca clean

BY R.S.N. MURALI


Porta de Santiago or A Famosa fort is the landmark to visit when in Malacca.
 
MALACCA: If you are at the tourist spots here next week, expect to see a beauty pageant contestant handing you a pamphlet on keeping the Unesco Heritage City clean at all times.

Beauties from 52 countries are now in the state to vie for the Miss Tourism Queen of the Year International 2016 title.

The finals will be held at The Shore shopping complex here on Jan 16.

Pageant sponsor Kerjaya Prospek (M) Sdn Bhd will work with the Malacca Historic City Council (MBMB) to organise a roadshow at all tourists hotspots to distribute pamphlets on the “Don’t Mess With Melaka” campaign to traders and tourists.

“The girls will be at the hotspots to heat up the campaign,” the company’s CEO Datuk Tee Eng Ho said in an interview yesterday.

Tee said details of the campaign will be announced by Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron on Jan 6.

He said Tourism World Organisation president David Singh has agreed to the contestants’ participation in the campaign as a precursor to the finals here.

“We will probably have models wearing the placards ‘Don’t Mess With Melaka’ to highlight the state’s seriousness to keep our city clean,” he added.

In a front page exclusive in The Star on Nov 29 last year, it was reported that the MBMB wants to introduce a new by-law to make litterbugs walk around with placards reading “Don’t Mess With Melaka”, and increase fines for offenders.

First-time offenders must sign an “oath of pledge” not to mess up the city at the MBMB magistrate’s court in Jalan Tun Sri Lanang here.

Tee said the contestants will also help the Malacca Tourism Department to introduce Malacca’s attractions to the world.

The pageant finals was supposed to be held in Bangkok, but due to eleventh hour glitches, the organisers decided to switch the venue to Kuala Lumpur. However, Tee managed to convince them to have it in his hometown.

The prestigious event, now in its 10th year, will see contestants from 52 countries vying for the crown.

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