A new day, a new year!

By on January 7, 2010 in Celebrations with 9 Comments

TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN PARK 2

Hello everyone,

Happy New Year!

New resolutions? New places to travel?  Any interesting places to visit?

Share the adventure with us as we explore more of Malaysia this year.

It is a wonderful year, with more and more people coming to visit the country and explore the many events celebrated throughout Malaysia.

In January, there will be the Royal Langkawi International Regatta (from 8 January to 15 January, 2010). The Royal Langkawi International Regatta has participants coming from various countries across the Asia Pacific region.

Another important event is Thaipusam, celebrated on 30 January. It is an annual annual Hindu festival where devotees perform various rituals and carry ‘kavadis’ or ornate frames as acts of devotion and penance.

The main venue is the world-renowned Batu Caves temple, set within a limestone cave. Do come early if you wish to partake or observe the events, as devotees usually gather here a few days before the big event itself.

The highlight of the month would be the 16th Malaysia Tourism Awards 2008/2009 to be held this Saturday, 9 January 2010. You can watch the live event from 8.00 pm to 11.00 pm  (GMT +8 hours) at this link, on the Truly Asia web tv.

http://www.trulyasia.tv/tmtv/indexLIVEevent.aspx

Thank you for visiting and supporting us in 2009, and hope you’ll find more new things in 2010!

Have a great and X-citing year ahead!

Cheers,

Bloggers Tourism Malaysia.

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  1. Sapawi says:

    It has been more than 2 weeks now in the new year 2010. Hope this year Malaysia can offer lots of things to the tourists.

    I will always support all of you behind this site and hope you can provide another interesting info about Malaysia. Thanks

  2. Bien Francisco says:

    I like Malaysia. I was there last year with my wife, at Kuala Lumpur. We had a very convenient tour of Kuala Lumpur. Surely, we’ll gonna miss it. We’re planning to return.

  3. HANA says:

    Can you consider to input information places to stay in Malaysia especially for resorts / chalets, svc apt , homestay…etc..
    whenever we visit Malaysia ..we prefer to stay in a resort/chalet or svc apt or even homestay..which we find it very limited information provided in the internet..
    can you please consider my request …thank you

  4. María says:

    I would like to go to Malaysa, I hope to go.

  5. kerryzuedy says:

    Nice nemo..Its so wonderful in Malaysian Island..There is a lot of nice interesting place in Malaysia..Kapas Island, Redang Island and many more..

  6. warren says:

    i love mountain climbing in malaysia..
    hope get more information about outdoor activity here..

  7. nana says:

    Hello! Will do. thanks for the feedback :)

  8. tim says:

    i love malaysia =)

  9. Sintya says:

    I like nemo I like Malaysia :). Is there any information if staying at the best hotels in there?

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