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HIGH NOTES IN OCTOBER 2018

Love music? The month of October will bring many crowd-pulling acts to Malaysia. Here is a list of the most anticipated performances happening this month, from pop to classic to breezy island tunes!

Jacky Cheung A Classic Tour in Malaysia 2018

Proudly presented by Allianz Malaysia Berhad, organised by Star Planet, legendary “God of Song” Jacky Cheung will return to Kuala Lumpur for a 3-night performance on 5, 6 7 October 2018 at 8 pm.

The show, which will be staged at the Axiata Arena Bukit Jalil, created attention-grabbing headlines when the news was first announced, leaving many eager fans waiting to buy tickets.

Jacky Cheung “A Classic Tour” was first brought into Malaysia in last January with ticket demand far exceeding supply. And this upcoming “Encore” tour is anticipated to be another sellout concert!

Following the KL gig in January, the tour reached the shore of the United States, Australia and major cities in China, making headlines across international media platforms. In April, Jacky broke his own Guinness World Records by hosting his 147th show at Shao Xing, China, where his last world tour “1/2 Century” wrapped up with a total of 146 dates. The current tour is expected to hit 200 dates.

IL Divo Presents TIMELESS Live in Genting

 

Date: 7 Oct 2018

Venue: Arena Of Stars, Resorts World Genting, Genting Highlands

Il Divo will bring their Timeless Tour to Malaysia this October. The classical crossover vocal group had recently released their new record, Timeless. Il Divo rose to international stardom after they became the first classical crossover band in history to reach the top of the US Billboard 200 list (2005). The sensational singing group was also crowned Artist of the Decade at the 2011 Classic Brit Awards.

A multinational quartet comprising Urs Bühler (Switzerland), Carlos Marín (Spain), David Miller (USA), and Sébastien Izambard (France), the band has released nine highly successful albums including Il Divo (2004), Ancora (2005), Siempre (2006), The Promise (2008), Wicked Game (2011), A Musical Affair (2013) and Amor Pasión (2015).

For more information, please go to https://www.rwgenting.com/entertainment/shows/IL-Divo

Richie Jen Live in Genting 2018

 

Date: 19 – 20 Oct 2018

Venue: Arena Of Stars, Resorts World Genting, Genting Highlands

Richie Jen first found fame with his debut album, the Mandarin-language Ask Again in 1990, along with his role in the 1991 Taiwanese comedy film Cops Robbers. Signing with Rock Records in 1996, Jen’s star began to shine brighter with the release of his breakthrough album Too Softhearted, which became a massive success, selling over two million copies across Asia and the title track becoming his signature song. Additional success followed with the release of 1998’s Love Like The Pacific Ocean, featuring the hit song The Sad Pacific, which helped the album sell more than a million copies in Taiwan alone. Musical success continued through the 2000s, all the way to the release of his last studio album, 2011’s Daredevil Spirit and another one of his signature songs, Fold.

In addition to his musical successes, Jen has also found great fame in front of the camera. With over 40 movie roles under his belt, his roles range from comedies like Summer Holiday, romantic fantasies like Fly Me To Polaris and historical epics like Legendary Amazons. He also made his debut as a screenwriter and director in the recent All You Need Is Love. Beyond the cinema, Jen has also been a regular fixture on the small screen, acting in series such as 1998’s The Return Of Condor Heroes and 2011’s The New Adventures of Chor Lau Heung. Jen also served as presenter on Top Gear China and has been a part of the Chinese Idol judging panel since 2013.

For more information, please go to https://www.rwgenting.com/entertainment/shows/Richie-Jen

Mariah Carey Live In Concert Kuala Lumpur 2018

Date: 16 Oct 2018

Venue: Plenary Hall, KLCC

The Grammy Award winner and multi-platinum selling songstress Mariah Carey is coming back to Kuala Lumpur. Proudly sponsored by Qi Group of Companies, the exclusive one-night only concert will take place at the Plenary Hall, KL Convention Centre on October 16th. The pop Diva is set to perform her much loved number one hits, bringing a brand new show to her Malaysian fans.

Mariah Carey is the best-selling female artist of all time with more than 200 million albums sold to date and 18 Billboard Hot 100 #1 singles (17 self-penned), more than any solo artist in history. Mariah is a singer/ songwriter/producer recognized with multiple Grammy Awards, 21 American Music Awards, Billboard’s “Artist of the Decade” Award, the World Music Award for “World’s Best Selling Female Artist of the Millennium,” and BMI’s “Icon Award” for her outstanding achievements in songwriting, to name a few – with her distinct five-octave vocal range, prolific songwriting, and producing talent, Mariah is truly the template of the modern pop performance.

For more information, please visit https://www.ticket2u.com.my

Island Music Festival

Date: 12 – 14 October 2018

Venue: Long Beach, Redang Island in Terengganu

Now, if you are looking for different tunes and music crowd, head up to the east coast and let yourself loose in music and monsoon.

Island Music Festival is a 3 days and 2 nights celebration of Rhythm Nature that has been going on yearly at Long Beach, Redang Island since 2013. It’s a rain or shine festival on the beach so leave your raincoats at home. Expect to discover new music, make new friends, have new experiences and a new appreciation for Mother Nature while having a great time!

This package-based festival is pre-sold and the package is inclusive of accommodation, ferry transfer and all Island Music Festival activities and entertainment.

Featuring an eclectic mix of local and international performers, the Island Music Festival is a place where island-style hospitality meets the party scene with great music vibes. Presenting the very best in live music, the local flavours of the festival include sexy DJ sisters Leng Yein and Leng Sean, DJ Skeletor from Malaysia’s number one hit station Hitz.FM, soulful RB band Back2Basixx, hippie pop trio Jumero, sensual songbird Talitha Tan, and many more!

Meanwhile, coming all the way from Paris, Fabrice Morvan who was half of the pop duo Milli Vanilli will be performing in Malaysia for the first time.

Apart from the performances, the festival will also present a catwalk runway featuring the latest beach line of the renowned celebrity designer from LA, M the Movement.

There will also be some great island activities and workshops lined up such as beach volleyball, crossfit, jungle trekking, DJ workshop, limbo rock, yoga, and more.

For more information, please visit https://theislandmusicfestival.com.

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Most Charming Asian Island Destination Award winner

Malaysia was famous as a many desirable Asian island end by New Voyage Magazine during a annual awards rite hold during Sheraton Beijing Dongcheng Hotel on 15 Jan 2013.

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Director of Tourism Malaysia in Beijing

Trophy for many desirable Asian island destination

Trophy for many desirable Asian island destination

The win is seen as a boost to Malaysia’s tourism skeleton for 2013 as it prepares to accept tourists this year, that has been designated as a graduation year for a Visit Malaysia Year debate in 2014.

Malaysia’s many islands and beaches have prolonged been a favorite end for many. Langkawi is famous for a healthy attractions such as forests and 500 million-year-old stone formations that warranted it a standing of World Geopark by UNESCO in 2007.

Penang island, meanwhile, is a melting pot of cultures, pleasing architecture, abounding story and tasty food, and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Pangkor Laut Island is famous for a truly lush “one island, one resort” judgment and has captivated celebrities a likes of singer Jodie Foster, golfer Nick Faldo, and world-renowned effort Luciano Pavarotti.

The easterly seashore of Malaysia also boasts of wealth such as Perhentian, Redang, Gemia and Sibu islands.

Equally enthralling are a islands and beaches in Sabah and Sarawak, with Sipadan Island heading a container for a world-class diving knowledge it offers. Mabul and Mataking islands are also gaining recognition as diving destinations in Sabah, while a 5 islands within Tunku Abdul Ramman Marine Park offer visitors an island knowledge tighten to a city.

Nominations for a New Voyage Magazine awards for Best Outbound Travel Destinations were perceived via 2012 for voting by a readers, media, travelers and tourism attention players. Besides Malaysia, AirAsia also emerged a tip leader for favorite airline.

About 200 guest from airlines, hotels, inhabitant tourism boards, China’s tourism bureaus, and members of a media attended a function. The monthly repository has a dissemination of about 310,000.

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10 best dive locations in Malaysia

Where can we find a best dive spots in Malaysia?

Malaysia has countless good dive locations. The best dive sites in Malaysia can be found in a southeastern segment of Sabah (on a island of Borneo). Easiest to strech are a dive sites during a easterly seashore of Peninsular Malaysia, yet this segment is disposed to a yearly monsoon deteriorate between Oct and March. Below a top10, formed on a dive conditions, bio-diversity and attractiveness.

1. Sipadan Island, Mabul Island and Kapalai Island

Diving during Sipadan Island in Malaysia

These 3 islands substantially enclose a best dive sites in a whole of Malaysia. Sipadan is by distant a best place to suffer scuba diving; it is also not that easy to indeed dive during given of a restricting manners that are in place (daily permit). Mabul is famous worldwide for a extraordinary plod diving conditions. Kapalai is a tiny silt bank, not that good for diving, yet here we can find a unequivocally disdainful review built on stilts. Actually both Sipadan and Mabul acquire their possess mark in this list, yet given we can’t revisit one (Sipadan) yet a other (Mabul) we usually listed a whole cluster as one entry.

2. Lankayan Island

Whale shark sighting during Lankayan Island in Malaysia

A tiny island located north of a city of Sandakan in eastern Sabah. Lankayan usually has one (luxurious) review and it’s all about diving and relaxing. Accommodation competence be utterly costly for non-divers, they competence be improved off during countless other islands. After Sipadan, Lankayan substantially offers a best dive spots and diving conditions in Malaysia.

3. Layang-Layang Island

Diving during Layang-Layang Island in Malaysia

Layang-Layang is not a pleasant island per se. It is a petrify alighting frame with one review and a sea base, located on a large silt bank located usually next sea level. Layang-Layang is located in a remote area, where a underwater universe has not been influenced by tellurian beings. Corals are in primitive conditions. Layang-Layang is a place to see large class and large schools of fish (not so most smaller stuff).

4. Mataking Island, Pom Island and Sibuan Island

Diving during Sibuan Island in Malaysia

Though not as good as diving conditions during a circuitously islands of Sipadan and Mabul, a area surrounding Mataking, Pom and Sibuan still offers utterly a few extraordinary dive sites (especially Sibuan is famous for good plod diving). Mataking is a smashing place to stay. There is a unequivocally lush review from where we can suffer dive trips in a area.

5. Redang Island

Diving during Redang Island in Malaysia

Redang is a initial island in a list that is not located in Borneo. Redang Island lies within a Terengganu Marine Park, circuitously a city of Kuala Terengganu during a easterly seashore of Peninsular Malaysia. Redang offers good dive sites and ideal dive conditions. It is a good place to start with your diving adventure, as prices of a 4 day PADI march are unequivocally affordable. Redang can't be visited between Oct and Mar given of a monsoon season.

6. Lang Tengah Island

Diving during Lang Tengah Island in Malaysia

Located between a some-more renouned islands of Redang and Perhentian, a smaller island of Lang Tengah offers good diving opportunities. The island has a few good resorts, and is also suitable for non-divers. Lang Tenggah can't be visited between Oct and Mar given of a monsoon season.

7. Tenggol Island

Diving during Tenggol Island in Malaysia

Tenggol Island is located during a easterly seashore of Peninsular Malaysia. It offers superb diving conditions, yet it is maybe not suitable for beginners due to a currents that mostly play a large purpose in dives around a island. There are a few good resorts on a island. Tenggol can't be visited between Oct and Mar given of a monsoon season.

8. Tioman Island (and a approximate islands)

Diving conditions during Tioman are identical to a other renouned islands during a easterly seashore of Peninsular Malaysia. Especially good about Tioman is that besides diving it is also a good place to do snorkeling, sunbathing and kayaking. The island is large adequate to do countless other fun activities. Possible downside competence be that is not that easy to strech compared to other islands (unless we are peaceful to compensate dearly for a approach KL – Tioman moody operated by Berjaya Air).

9. Perhentian Island

Diving during Perhentian Island in Malaysia

Perhentian is a best island in Malaysia to do a diving course. The diving conditions are superb for beginners, and there are many dive spots accessible to suffer immediately after finishing a PADI course. Perhentian has ease waters and an contentment of sea life. Besides diving it is substantially one of a best islands for snorkeling, with shoal reefs with flattering good corals and good sea life (also large fish and many turtles). At Perhentian prices for fun dives and for a diving march are substantially a lowest in Malaysia. If we are a beginner, Perhentian Island is unequivocally a place to be!

10. Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park

Diving during Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park in Malaysia

Right conflicting of a city of Kota Kinabalu in western Sabah (Borneo) lies a smashing Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (TAR Marine Park). This area contains countless dive sites that are unequivocally value a visit. Dive schools generally work from out of Kota Kinabalu, yet there are also a few that are located on a islands. Similar to Perhentian Island this is a good place to start diving by doing a 4 day PADI march as a dive conditions are optimal for beginners.

Dive locations in Malaysia that roughly done it into a top10

Of march there are many other good places to dive in Malaysia, next a few that didn’t make it to a top10, yet are still unequivocally most value a revisit (especially if we take certain non-dive aspects into consideration):

11. Mantanani Island; a tiny bit improved than TAR Marine Park yet also a bit some-more remote located.

12. Kapas Island; good option, tiny island, easy to strech from Kuala Terengganu. Many (better) dive sites during circuitously islands though.

13. Talang-Talang Island; tiny island circuitously Kuching. Not unequivocally a eminent dive spot, yet competence turn one in a future.

14. Tiga Island; renouned island circuitously Kota Kinabalu. Better dive sites during a easterly seashore of Sabah, yet still some unequivocally good sites.

15. Mengalum Island; if we are usually staying around Kota Kinabalu.

16. Pulau Payar; your best choice if we are usually visiting a west seashore of Peninsular Malaysia.

And some turtle islands (for those that do not dive):

17. Selingan Island (Turtle Island circuitously Sandakan); not unequivocally a ideal dive spot, yet a best place to revisit to learn some-more about turtles.

18. Satang Island (Turtle Island circuitously Kuching); another turtle island in Malaysia.

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