The International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta earnings to Putrajaya in Mar 2013. This 4-day fiesta to underline new side activities to astonish visitors.
This March, Putrajaya will once again horde a fiesta like no other in a country. The abounding supervision collateral will be converted to a vital traveller and caller captivate site over a four-day duration from a 28 – 31 Mar 2013.
The Putrajaya International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, earnings to a Monumen Alaf Baru (also famous as a Millennium Monument) drift for a fifth year running.
2013’s fiesta will see some-more sparkling special made balloons such as a Smurf Balloon, piloted by Koen Audenaert of Belgium together with Sven Grenzner of Germany who will be piloting a ‘Clown’ Balloon. 2013 also outlines a lapse of a highly-anticipated “night glow” eventuality where a prohibited atmosphere balloons will attend in a light and sound uncover on a night of a 30th; culminating in a pleasing arrangement of fireworks.
To inspire togetherness and peculiarity family values, a fiesta group will once again be organizing renouned side-activities to fit any family or individual. Visitors can demeanour brazen to activities such as a para-motor exhibition, helicopter fun rides – suitable for families who would like a singular experience, tethered prohibited atmosphere balloon rides, a Mountain Dew Extreme Zone people who flower adventure, as good as a choice of sparkling activities for a immature ones in a kids’ area such as coloring contests, on-ground competitions and many more.
Also, this fiesta will acquire an array of new sparkling activities such as a ‘Walk in a Balloon’, an knowledge where visitors can indeed go inside a balloon and also song performances by a Kuala Lumpur Jazz Festival among others. Visitors will also suffer a 30% bonus if they confirm to use a KLIA Transit to Putrajaya during a fiesta period.
More information about a Putrajaya International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta 2013’s activity choice and sponsorship opportunities can be performed by visiting http://www.myballoonfiesta.com
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Singapore, Malaysia to build rail link
February 19, 2013 4:17PM
SINGAPORE and Malaysia announced that they will build a high-speed rail link between the city-state and Kuala Lumpur with a target to complete it around 2020.
“This is a strategic development in bilateral relations that will dramatically improve the connectivity between Malaysia and Singapore,” said a statement issued after a meeting between Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak.
“It will usher in a new era of strong growth, prosperity and opportunities for both countries. It will facilitate seamless travel between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, enhance business linkages and bring the peoples of Malaysia and Singapore closer together.”
The statement said the two leaders tasked a joint ministerial committee to look into the details and implementation of the project.
Webmaster: Certainly good news for Malacca as well because the high speed rail link will come to Melaka. More tourists and Singaporeans will want to stay in Melaka. Bad news will be more expensive homes in Melaka. Singaporeans and KLites can commute from Melaka to Singapore in 1 hour or 45 minutes to KL.
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