Tuesday, July 20, 2010
TOURISM MALAYSIA ANNOUNCES 2010 MEGA SALE CARNIVAL
24 JULY – 16 SEPTEMBER, 2010
July 20, 2010: Travellers looking for a great deal can’t go past the 2010 Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival which commences 24 July and runs through to 16 September 2010, presenting Australians with the opportunity to enjoy all Malaysia has to offer as well as amazing value for money shopping.
Lasting for almost eight weeks the Mega Sale Carnival is the country’s biggest sales event bringing together a whole range of bargains on various merchandise, from home grown products, exclusive designer goods, exotic local handicrafts, funky fashion-wear, to the latest gadgets and tempting dining experiences. Topping it all off, many retail goods are also tax exempt or duty free.
Shahrin Mokhtar, director Tourism Malaysia Sydney, says this year’s Mega Sale Carnival promises to be a grand shopping fiesta.
“Shoppers and visitors can enjoy a string of fashion-related events around the city. And the entertainment isn’t limited to the big shopping centres the fun and excitement also spills onto the roads, with street markets and bazaars buzzing with a fusion of colours, sounds and of course, more bargains.”
Three night, 3.5 star packages to Kuala Lumpur with Creative Holidays start from $265 per person, twin share (land only) and include three nights accommodation in a Deluxe Room at the Dorsett Regency Hotel, free late check out until 2pm, breakfast daily, half day city tour and return seat in coach transfers.
Or luxury five star packages are priced from $445 per person, twin share (land only) including three nights at the five star Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur with a free upgrade to a Club Room which includes 24 hour butler service, complimentary evening cocktails, complimentary laundry or dry cleaning, breakfast daily, half day city tour and return seat in coach transfers.
Conditions apply. Prices are valid for sale and travel until 14 December, 2010.
See www.creativeholidays.com/malaysia for full details or see your local travel agent.
For more information on the 2010 Malaysia Mega Sale log onto www.tourism.gov.my.
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