Press Release: Christmas and NY Feasts
Contact :Francesca Lopez (Public Relations Department)
Festive Celebrations At Bayview Hotel Melaka
Make it a celebration to remember this festive season at Bayview Hotel Melaka. Come one, come all and join us at Bayview Hotel Melaka’s Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve Celebrations as we welcome the year end with feasts and fiestas.
The Festive Dinner will be held on 24, 25 and 31 December 2011 from 7.00pm to 10.30pm at The Palette Café. Priced at RM95++ per adult and RM50++ per child, the festive dinner will be served as a Set Dinner for Christmas and Buffet Style for New Year. Festive favourites from Smoked Turkey to Lamb Terderloin, Caramalized Roasted Pear and delicious Christmas Pralines, add a sparkle to our festive celebrations at Bayview Hotel Melaka. Advance reservations are required.
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After making it’s way into celebrities, corporate, government / non government, politics, now Facebook is used on airlines companies. Malaysia Airlines System now has their own Facebook apps so you can book flight while using Facebook. The Dutch Airlines move a step further by allowing their passenger to choose seating by looking at other passenger Facebook profiles. Well if you depart alone, you may end up as a couple during arrival…..
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You can do it only at one place in Malaysia – Mataking Island of Sabah. Pic from treasure-images.com
Can’t you see the the last lunar eclipse for this year. Some of us can see it clearly but some of us can’t see anything because it is according to the weather at your place and god will. I can see it clearly from my hometown Melaka. The info from national planetarium here says that we can only see it again in 2014. So the fans of Edward Cullen must wait another 2 years….
The picture taken with my cheap mobile phone..of course it means nothing…
Of course promotion take a lot of effort and also money. To get people around the world to know what we have involve a lot of resources and must be continuous to make awareness to the target market. But some big impact industries like Professional Football team doesn’t need much marketing. For example there are many Man. United fans out here that can spell the player name one by one. The team itself are automatically promoting their place,their stadium and their country to the world.
Although beauty pageant is not as popular as Man U and have die hard fan as foot ball, it still have the impact of its own. At least International media interested in writing it. Like THE Miss Tourism International 2011 World Final, held in Malaysia every year- does the job..
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Actroid pic and info from wikipedia here..
I bet when I say android almost everyone will easily understand what it is. Mostly we will understand it as a latest touch screen phone that hit the world since last year. Although actually android is a human robot in sci-fi movies. Because it’s a human robot, so robot like Asimo is not an android, it’s a robot.
In reality the famous existing android is located in Japan. They called it Actroid. This Actroid can be considered a celebrity in robot world. The actroid is created according to young Japanese lady look. Now the Actroid is here in Malaysia at Pusat Sains Negara, Bukit Kiara Kuala Lumpur. The exhibition is called encyclopedia of the actroid.
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Tourism minister expected that tourist will continued to flow steadily to Malaysia although few parts of the world having uncertain scenario like recent Japan earthquake, political unrest in middle east, Europe economic problem and recent Bangkok big flood.
“Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said the ministry was multiplying efforts to ensure the number of tourists to the country remained stable in the coming years.The efforts included focusing on potential countries to lure tourists and
discussions with foreign airlines to have direct flights into the country, in addition to the MAS service.”
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