Tourism Malaysia

27th Golden Disk Awards

27th Golden Disk Awards


The Golden Disk Awards will be the biggest K-POP event in Malaysia, as over 20 groups of world-famous K-POP artists will perform on the stage for Fans in Malaysia aside from the awards ceremony. This will be the most exciting K-POP event for the fans in Malaysia and fans to see their favorite K-POP stars, since the Golden Disk Awards is to select the best of the best Korean artists.

Title: Samsung GALAXY The 27th Golden Disk Awards in Kuala Lumpur
Date: 15th – 16th January 2013
Time: 19:30 – 22:30 pm
Venue: Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia
Host: JTBC, Ilgan Sports
Organizer: Joongang Culture Media, Mediartncomm Co. Ltd
Supported by: Myceb-Malaysia Truly Asia
Official Media: Joongang Ilbo, joinsMSN
Broadcast: JTBC
Sponsor: Samsung Malaysia Electronics Sdn. Bhd.
Official On-Line Media: MSN
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Event Period: 15 16 January 2013

Event Location: Sepang International Circuit (SIC), Sepang, Selangor

Tourism Malaysia

We Love Asia Music Festival

We Love Asia Music Festival

With the beginning of the new year 2013, 2SPICY Entertainment will introduce its sound-bashing and thrilling festival “WE LOVE ASIA”. During two wild days, on January 19th and 20th, international world-class artists such as Redfoo of LMFAO and the Party Rock Crew (Party Rock Anthem, I’m Sexy And I Know It), Taio Cruz (Hangover, Dynamite), Yolanda Be Cool (We No Speak Americano, Le Bump), DJ Antoine (Welcome to St. Tropez, Ma Cherie) and DJs like Steve Aoki (Turbulence, Wake up Call) or Joachim Garraud (We Are The Future, Wrecking Ball) will perform live on the Sepang Formula One Circuit in Kuala Lumpur and heat up the celebrating crowd.

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Event Period: 19 20 January 2013

Event Location: Sepang International Circuit (SIC), Sepang, Selangor.

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Bagan Lalang beach

Malaysia’s natural landscape never disappoints, with pleasant surprises for weekend getaways. Bagan Lalang beach offers one of the many convenient attractions for city dwellers to tap into for quick rejuvenation.

Bagan Lalang, Sepang

A view from Golden Palm Tree Villas of the Straits of Malacca in Bagan Lalang, Sepang.

The Kuala Lumpur International Airport and the Formula One race circuit are two places often associated with Sepang. But curious visitors taking a 30-minute drive south of the airport will be in for a pleasant surprise when they arrive at the lovely Bagan Lalang beach, a perfect spot for rest and relaxation.

It is a popular spot with locals and offers international travellers a place to refresh themselves if they have a few hours to spare during transit, as they await for the next flight out of Malaysia.

Bagan Lalang is located near the Sungai Pelek town in the Sepang district and was once a quiet fishing village. Today the beach has become a popular holiday retreat.

Visitors can choose to spend a day at the beach, enjoying the sunny weather and calm sea or stay the night at one of the many medium-range chalet type resorts offering sea-front views.

Those who are keen for a bit of luxury can opt to relax at the high-end resort Golden Palm Tree Sea Villas, a project by the Sepang Gold Coast which offers holidaymakers an opportunity to enjoy “floating villas” built in the waters of the Straits of Malacca.

The beach is busy during weekends with families and groups of friends enjoying picnics, kite-flying and even camping along the sandy beach. Bagan Lalang beach is also dotted with a number of hawker stalls and eateries, offering fresh grilled seafood and famous “ikan bakar” for foodies.

Map: Bagan Lalang

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Email Print 13 February 2012 | last updated at 03:18am
More Premium Outlets to be opened soon

JOHOR BARU: Two more Premium Outlets will be opened after the opening of the Johor Premium Outlets, Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said. She said the opening of more Premium Outlets would contribute to the economy, as well as attract more tourists to do their shopping here.

“We will open more Premium Outlets in Sepang and Malacca,” she said after visiting the Johor Premium Outlets here yesterday. “With the opening of more Premium Outlets, we hope spending will increase from the present 30 per cent.” Bernama