Cuti Malaysia Y2k9
This year MATTA Fair ended with glory and achievement. It was held at PWTC again as normal. This fair is purpose cater for peoples with aim of travelling. It’s a good place to look for good deals of vacation.
Lets cut it short, I went to the fair twice this time. Entrance fees is RM3 for adult. For me, it was FREE due to I’m MATTA card holder.
I booked my Perhentian Island trip for next month and pre-booking Kota Kinabalu Mountain Hiking trip at the end of year. I don’t think having a good deal for my package due to it’s not cheap for twin sharing holiday especially on public holiday. But then, I’m glad to have such wonderful holiday in these popular island and hill.
Year Y2K9 doesn’t look like a visit malaysia year when the world economy is plunging down. However, it’s different for local tourism. It’s still booming with peoples looking for cheap and simple tour. AirAsia airfare are still getting cheaper with no fuel surcharge , hence bringing down the price tremendously.
For myself, I’m still continue with my crazy plan to show my support to local tourism. My list to many places around Malaysia is keep growing, from simple waterfall to complicated of island.
Let’s see my grand plan for 2009:
- Mountain/Hill – Tabur hill – Bukit Tinggi – Desaru – Cameron Highlands – Taman Negara – Fraser Hill – Gunung Mulu / Niah Caves – Mt Kinabalu Trail
- Waterfall – Sg.Gabai – Sg.Congkak – Kota Tinggi Waterfall – TRAP
- Park – KL Bird Park – Butterfly Park – National Zoo – Taman Pertanian – Kuala Selangor Nature Park – Bukit Melawati – Batu Caves – Sunway Lagoon – Safari Lagoon Water Theme Park – Wet World Water Park – KL Tower – Science Centre – SkyTrek @ Agricultural Park (Taman Pertanian) – KLCC Aquaria/Petrosains
- Island – Lumut – Perhentian – Tioman – Kenyir – Pangkor – Morib – Carey – Port Dickson – Langkawi
- Farm – Desaru
- Town – Putrajaya
Besides, I’m going to participate Treasure Hunt 2009 on this coming April 18 and looking forward for more adventure activity such as Stan Chart Marathon 2009 on 28 June.
Let’s see how it’s goes for the next year.