I thought Yee Sang is brought here from China along with dragon dance, lion head and kung fu, but I was wrong, I heard from the TV that Yee Sang is originated locally. Orkid Hotel Melaka already published their Chinese New Year menu with Yee Sang price at RM18 (small) and RM28 (big).
Orkid hotel, although small from the outside and being surrounded by Star player like Renaissance and Bayview, also had plenty of facilities inside. Got Parking at the back too. Their Anggerik Ballroom can accommodate 230 PAX banquet style.
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Usually the main subject that matter when choosing a Hotel or a Hostel is budget.
Hotel have 5 rank to determine according to the budget also. We opt for a hotel room and the basic that come out into our mind are like : clean interior / carpet, control aircon, bathtub, cold/hot massage shower,a shampoo/shower cream, cable TV, kid swimming pool, lots of breakfast..
So hotel service is subject to our complain at trip advisor if not to our expectation.
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With the use of Online Booking, save the hassle nowadays and we can plan our future trip.
For business owner, future booking is like a new style of income generation. Long time ago, usually we just buy tickets on the counter, future booking not encouraging back then as we still go to the counter. With online booking, if the consumer cancel it last minute, they already charge the card. Terms & Condition make the day for business owner.
It’s like new tactics lah, you know, like we go into a furniture showroom, don’t bring the money and the card but the tauke said ‘if you don’t buy now 2moro got no promotion already, buy one free Plasma TV’. ‘Don’t worry just place $100 for booking, valid for 3 month maa’
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Tourism Ministry views China as a big market for tourist arrival. While China with it’s 1.3 billion people, focus on the world to do business with them. With that humongous population, it’s still have plenty of place for people in the rest of the world to visit them.
Well Tourism Malaysia have a China Domain at www.tourismmalaysia.cn to do the job on supplying the info to the Chinese. I don’t understand a thing btw.
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Another innovative tourism packages by Ministry of Tourism Malaysia. To attract tourist using Malaysian historical train service and at the same time making a holiday at the Village along the route. A holiday at Homestay program under the tourism ministry.
These packages valid until October 2011. So you got ample time to plan your trip this year.
Our train is not a bullet train that only focus on to arrived faster but a normal coach that bring you the good Malaysian hospitality. When Riding a Keretapi Tanah Melayu (Malayan Railway) is the best way to enjoy Malaysian scenery rather than a bus or a taxi. In the coach you will get ultimate in comfort and are well-equipped with a host of facilities such as karaoke lounge and restaurant.
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Lonely Planet’s currently having a promotion for Europe & Asia Pacific customers. Open you geography book and we are in Asia Pacific region. If you buy the Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2011 you get the + bonus Best in Travel 2010 too.
What is the book for?
-Lonely Planet ranks the top 10 countries, regions and cities to visit in 2011.
-The best travel experiences for the year ahead, from the opening of New York’s September 11 Memorial to flamenco classes in Andalucía.
-Over 35 events mapped out month by month in the 2011 travel planner.
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VIPS at the launching….
Do you agreed that every day is the same day? Whether its 2009,2010 or 2011. The day will be different when suddenly a snow suddenly falls here in Malaysia on 1st Jan 2011.
So its us determine what the day will gonna be. On 1st January, you can choose to sleep until noon, or wake up at 6.00am watching CSI Marathon on AXN, go out from the state or do some event.
Enjoying the hot sun at klebang beach…
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