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Motorcycle Grand Prix 19 - 21. October 2012

MotoGP is the world´s premier motorcycling championship, with a season of 18 Grands Prix in 13 countries bringing together the world´s top motorcycle, come and enjoy the full motorcycling championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and experience the exciting racing track of the Sepang International Circuit.

Join the 2012 Malaysian Moto GP with following packages.

HOTEL / Transfer
Package

1 PERSON

2 PERSONS & ABOVE

(*per person / per package)

EXTENSION STAY

(*per person/per night)

Single Traveler

Single Occupancy

Twin Share

Triple Share

Single Occupancy

Twin Share

Triple Share

Hotel Sentral (3*)
** Superior Room

MYR 1,225
USD 415

MYR 809
USD 274

MYR 620
USD 210

MYR 539
USD 185

MYR 188
USD 65

MYR 95
USD 31

MYR 89
USD 30

Best Western Premier Dua (4*)
** Deluxe Room

MYR 1,475
USD 500

MYR 1,059
USD 358

MYR 744
USD 255

MYR 650
USD 220

MYR 315
USD 106

MYR 156
USD 53

MYR 144
USD 49

Furama Hotel Bukit Bitang (4*)
**  Superior Room

MYR 1,500 USD 510

MYR 1,080 USD366

MYR 756 USD256

MYR 669
USD 226

MYR 325
USD 110

MYR 163
USD 55

MYR 150
USD 51

Istana Hotel Kuala Lumpur (5*)
** Deluxe Room

MYR 1,715
USD 580

MYR 1,310
USD 445

MYR 869
USD 295

MYR 750
USD 254

MYR 431
USD 146

MYR 219
USD 74

MYR 194
USD 66

Berjaya Times Square KL (5*)
** Superior Suite

MYR 1,850
USD 628

MYR 1,375
USD 466

MYR 931
USD 316

MYR 800
USD 270

MYR 500
USD 170

MYR 250
USD 85

MYR 215
USD 74


Select your accomandation for your exciting weekend in Kuala Lumpur

 

The above package prices are inclusive of the following:

* 2 Nights accomandation at your selected hotel including breakfast
* Return airport transfer on Day 1 and Day 3 (Airport – Hotel – Airport)
* Return transfer on 21st October between your hotel and Sepang International Circuit on private basis
* Mobile phone sim card

The above package prices are not inclusive tickets for the race. The race tickets are depending on the seats. 

check out the circuit for your best location to watch the exciting race


Remarks:

* Package rates are valid for the period of 19th to 22nd October 2012 only.
* Package rates are based on minimum 2 persons per confirmed booking.
* Rates are quoted in Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) and US Dollar
* Should the Malaysian Government change the official exchange rate or its foreign exchange system, South East Asia Dreams reserves the right to change the conversion rate.
* 50% surcharge is applicable for transfer between 2300 hrs – 0630 hrs.
*South East Asia Dreams reserves the right to impose Fuel Surcharge should the Malaysian Government increase the fuel prices. This surcharge is solely based on the increased cost of fuel.
* All prices quoted are correct at the time ofpublishing. In the event a service provider increases its prices to South East Asia Dreams during the course of the contract, South East Asia Dreams reserves the right to revise its prices.

Note: Special group rates available, please contact South East Asia Dreams

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Merry Xmas crosses culture lines

BANGKOK, December 21, 2010 by TTRweekly 

The decorations are up, the carols are playing and Santa has been seen scuba diving in Japan, delivering presents on a motorbike in Seoul and being thrown out of Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.

Christianity may not be Asia’s main religion, but Christmas cheer is in evidence around much of the region, even if eating and shopping are often the main attractions.Christmas Spirit around Asia

The shop tills are ringing in Buddhist Bangkok and Muslim Kuala Lumpur, where stores are festooned with tinsel and fairy lights.

More than 100 children in Santa suits recently joined a Christmas carnival at a major mall in the Thai capital.

In Japan, Santa has made a splash in Tokyo aquariums, feeding marine life and performing with dolphins.

At one, an electric eel is generating power for the Christmas lights.

Visitors can help by stomping a floor panel, which generates additional electricity to power a blue light on the Christmas tree, as a robotic Santa looks on, singing Christmas songs and wriggling his hips.

“They stomp, with the tree flashing blue and white, and Santa singing all the time,” said Enoshima Aquarium spokeswoman Asako Inoue. “It’s a very cheerful event.”

In South Korea, 50 post office delivery men wearing Santa Claus outfits are delivering presents by motorbike to poor children in Seoul, where even the 22-metre-tall “Hammering Man” sculpture is wearing a red hat.

South Korea will also display Christmas lights near its tense border with North Korea for the first time since 2004 following the regime’s deadly artillery attack last month, military officials said.

While Christians make up a mere two percent of India’s billion plus population, Christmas has become a popular festival there and shops are cashing in by selling gifts such as Santa Claus masks.

Christmas Decoration in Bangkok / ThailandIn China, malls, office buildings and restaurants in major cities are decking their halls with bright lights, Christmas trees and robotic Santa’s as retailers latch on to the holiday’s sales potential.

The season is a vital time of year for the country’s myriad toy-makers and other manufacturers and exporters who for years have served as Santa’s workshop.

But the Chinese authorities failed to see the funny side when dozens of mainly foreign residents dressed as Santa Claus descended on Tiananmen Square, scene of mass pro-democracy protests in 1989 that ended in a bloody army crackdown.

As they gathered for a photo, police intervened and told them to leave, the participants said. The Global Times quoted one drunken Santa as saying: “China stole my Christmas.”

In Cambodia’s northwestern tourist hub of Siem Reap, a hotel has unveiled a giant Christmas tree made up entirely of local fishing materials such as bamboo rods and hand-woven nets.

“We typically import a live fir tree for Christmas celebrations but this year we thought we would move away from convention and feature a tree with a stronger local context,” said Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor general manager, Robert Hauck.

Carols were sung in English and Khmer to mark the hotel’s tree lighting ceremony. The lyrics were modified to give a local flavor, with Santa Claus arriving by tuk-tuk instead of a sleigh.

The festive mood is evident in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur with huge Christmas trees decorated with bright colored bulbs in major shopping malls.

Christmas cuisine such as roast turkey and lamb is popular with food-loving Malaysians and supermarkets and restaurants are doing brisk business.

“I am catering for a big party consisting mainly of non-Christians. They are excited about the roast turkey and baked potatoes,” said Ivy Arigesamy, a restaurant owner in the capital Kuala Lumpur.Santa Claus in Kuala Lumpur

“Last year I had roast turkey orders from Muslims. They like to eat it but they do not know how to cook it.”

Restaurants in Taiwan are also enjoying some Christmas cheer.

“Nearly 90% of the seats at our seven restaurants have already been booked for Christmas Eve,” said Cindy Lo, a spokeswoman for the Grand Formosa Regent Taipei, a leading hotel in the island’s capital city.

Christmas displays are going up in Vietnam, with snowmen more than two meters (seven feet) tall outside one bar in Ho Chi Minh City.

On Le Loi Street in the city centre, streetlights are decorated with large snowflakes, and children wait to have their picture taken with Santa outside the Saigon Centre shopping mall.

Lam Kim Anh, 54, arrived on a motorbike with her four-year-old granddaughter for the photo shoot with Mr. Claus, who was decidedly leaner than normal and wore a suit of royal blue velvet.

“We are not Catholic so we don’t celebrate Christmas but I’ll get her a present anyway,” Anh said. “I just like the crowd and the environment.”

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Malaysia is one of the most beautiful and lively countries in the South East of Asia and has greatly developed as a travel destination mainly because of its rich culture, breath taking nature and ancient historic connections. The climate in Malaysia is often sultry throughout the year. However it is pleasant enough to attract hordes of tourists.

 Malaysia one of the lively and beautiful country in Southeast Asia.
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