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Malaysians will be able to see the largest Jalur Gemilang 'flying in the sky' next month in a run-up to the 48th Merdeka Day celebrations.
Penalties which no longer have a deterrent effect on violators will be reviewed, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
Singaporean, Thai, Indonesian and Indian F1 fans are among the Sepang International Circuit Sdn Bhd's (SIC) main 'targets' for the Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix 2005.
Honey-mooners coming to Malaysia prefer places with privacy and secluded resorts, preferably with good beaches.
THE Government is studying a proposal to include Ponggal in the tourism calendar because the event is widely celebrated by Indians in the country, said Deputy Tourism Minister Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
Serene and quiet spots like Pulau Pangkor, Langkawi and those in Sabah and Sarawak will be promoted to draw newlywed couples to spend their honeymoon in Malaysia.
Thirty-five foreign media representatives have been invited to have a first hand look at the impact caused by the tsunami in the country, said Tourism Minister Datuk Dr Leo Michael Toyad.
Slight damage to the kitchen and swimming pool of a hotel in Penang - that is about the only setback for the tourism industry in Malaysia as a result of the tsunami on Dec 26.
A smile is all it takes to break the ice when making friends here, said British tourist Geoff Young. 'A smile is understood in all languages. The people here are so friendly and all I have to do is smile at them and their whole face brightens up!
Tourists from the Commonwealth Independent States (CIS), which groups several countries of the former Soviet Union, spend 150% more than the average tourist in Malaysia.