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MAS special deals extended two days

Those who missed the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair 2005 will still have a chance to shop for cheap tour packages until tomorrow.

Triumphant return for Sam Hui

Hong Kong#8217;s God of Songs Sam Hui made a triumphant return to Malaysia after more than 30 years with a sell-out #8220;Sam Hui Live in Malaysia 2005#8221; concert.

Thousands visit MAS fair

Large crowds thronged the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair 2005 Saturday, all on a same mission #8211; to shop for the best holiday deal. Some of them even waited for hours before the doors were opened to visitors.

Triumphant return for Sam Hui

Hong Kong#8217;s God of Songs Sam Hui made a triumphant return to Malaysia after more than 30 years with a sell-out #8220;Sam Hui Live in Malaysia 2005#8221; concert.

Globe-trotting in Dubai

While Dubai lacks in spectacular landscapes (unless you are into sand), it more than compensates with modern buildings, cutting edge technology, shopping and lots of festivals, the latest being the dazzling Global Village, an exposition of pavilions and stalls promoting 45 countries including Malaysia. KEE HUA CHEE goes globe-trotting.

MAS fair hopes to attract 200,000

With over 700 booths, which is double the number at last year's fair, Malaysia Airlines hopes its two-day travel fair starting today would see twice as many visitors.

RM4bil value for successful AirAsia business model

AIRASIA has shown that it can execute a low-cost carrier model successfully in Malaysia and is well on its way to proving itself in Thailand and Indonesia as well.

Millions of cheap fares at MAS fair

There will be a total of 4.4 million seats up for grabs, when the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair 2005 takes off Saturday at four venues across the country.

Sam Hui gets a warm welcome

Sam Hui, the man responsible for Canto pop, arrived in Sepang with curry uppermost in his mind.