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SHANGHAI: He Yanping, 26, who works in advertising in Beijing, was among those not venturing too far overseas for Lunar New Year, with an 11-day Malaysia holiday she estimates will cost between 8,000 to 10,000 yuan. "I actually wanted to go to Australia but the problem is that it's too far, and the hotels and visa are expensive," she said.
NEW Year’s Eve is special in the Klang Valley with a host of parties catering to clubbers of all sorts. From TREC and KLCC Central to Downtown Kuala Lumpur; to the Outer Ring and the fringes in Petaling Jaya and Subang, In The House wishes everyone out there a Happy New Year.
FOR R. Kesavarthini, 18, wearing new clothes is her favourite part of celebrating the Tamil New Year.
PETALING JAYA: Higher food prices due to the weakening ringgit and the global increase in food prices are expected to cause Malaysians to spend 9% more this year on Lunar New Year festivities, according to the annual United Overseas Bank Malaysia Bhd’s (UOB Malaysia) Lunar New Year Survey.
SYDNEY: Global terror attacks have cast a pall over 2016 but Australia was Saturday set to defy the threats and ring in the New Year with bumper crowds gathering to watch a firework extravaganza on Sydney’s glittering harbour.
More than 10,000 revellers filled the streets around Mutiara Damansara Commercial Centre (MDCC) for a combined New Year’s Eve celebration hosted by the Curve, eCurve and IPC Shopping Centre.
PETALING JAYA: It may be a muted New Year’s Eve for many but it is no less merry.