Yeap, that is the message form Tourism Minister Dato’ Seri Ng Yen Yen for Green & Clean Malaysia. As clean tourism spot is essential to the Industry, Tourism Ministry has setup an online campaign for us to post it up.
Post what? Post any discoveries of tourism places that need more cleaning activities. This is also part of Think Tourism & Act Tourism by the Tourism Ministry.
While the purpose is to highlight the ‘not clean’ area, you also can post excellent Tourism Spot at the website Hall of Fame. All the report post are accessible for all.
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Pic from NST..
Despite of promoting the State for Tourism Sector, Melaka also very keen to boost its Business Climate. Thus Tourism also means business because Tourism contributes to 70 per cent of Malacca’s gross income. So Now Melaka have a monthly magazine called Melaka Business. Read more: Magazine to give Malacca big business buzz http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/23MAG/Article/#ixzz12gEL2uxK
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Loook Ma, no feet..
If you don’t know what else to do with your kids and your live around Ayer Keroh area, why not buggy riding with them at the Botanical Garden Buggy Ride. Best time is early in the morning when the air is from the recreational forest is fresh and the sun is not too hot.
Don’t worry as there are plenty of ride for you to choose, just the 4 seat buggy are limited. So That Sunday we choose to have 2 seat buggy and another one seat. For example I have 2 kids, I drive the one seat buggy, and my husband drive the 2 seat buggy with the kids. With the 2 seat buggy the configuration are, my elder 4yrs daughter sat at the back and my 2 yrs son sat at front with his father. His father is more confident on handling the machine.
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One type of infamous transportation to Melaka is using a Train. Although Melaka don’t have a main Railway Station, it’s still an option for you. For those who don’t have time constrain and the hassle of going to the main point.
This is because the nearest Station to enter Melaka is from Tampin. Tampin is in Negeri Sembilan state and 38km North of Melaka Town. If you feel 38km is to low for you and think that you can reach Melaka Sentral in half and hour, think again because it’s an Inland Road with mix terrain.
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Well during the Melaka Maju celeberation next week on 20.10.2010 / 20.10pm at Stadium Hang Jebat use the post card to get a lucky draw like a House and a car. The post card came in 10 different picture that describe Melaka as a Historical City and the ambition to be Green city in the future.
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Soon and Melakans can watch these 2 famous theme park creatures: Dolphin and Sea Lion. The Sea Lion Park will be put at Pulau Melaka. You know Pulau Melaka? The place where the Straits Mosque is located and Arab City Development.
The Sea Lion Park currently under construction. Melaka CM Said at the press recently that The Sea Lion Project is 40% completed. The Park will have 1500 seating capacity and one pool for the sea lion show. The concept of the park will be similar like one in Singapore , The Lagoon Park.
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pic from mysinchew here.
Slippers are famous in Malaysia because the weather here. Easy to wear it when hot or rainy day. It give comfort to your feet as your feet easy to breath the fresh air. Some say that slippers was introduce by Japanese during world war 2.
Ok this slippers here at Jonker Street sell by “Chin Collection” are made from recycled old tires costing only RM5 each pair. So you can expect such great grip if the slippers are made from branded tires such as Yokohama or Conti.
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