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July Happenings
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July Happenings
July Happenings 01. July 2018
Welcome to the July edition of our Monthly Happenings. Find out what’s happening in and around our hotels this month and be sure to check it out if you’re in the area!

School holiday is just over! Perhaps this is great time to plan again for your next holiday. A short getaway to rejuvenate and recharge…

Hotel Promotions & Happenings

Everyone deserves a break. Enjoy our best deals deals from our hotels.

Out & About – Events not to be missed

If you happen to be in these cities, be sure to check out these events and festivals happening!

Celebrating Heritage

Now -27 July 2018

George Town celebrates the 10 anniversary of the city’s listing as a UNESCO World Heritage site. A special theme is created annually for this celebration since 2014. There are many activities such as workshops, exhibitions, cultural shows and more, it aims to enlighten the locals and visitors  with Penang’s rich culture and history.

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Picture credit: Penang Events

One Malaysia Mega Sales

Now – 31 Aug 2018

This is one of the best time to shop with the Malaysia Mega Sales and NO GST.  Yearly national sales will be packed with events and promotions that will keep even the most avid shopping enthusiasts on their toes.

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Celine Dion Live!

3 – 4 July 2018

The Lion City welcomes Celine Dion. Don’t miss your chance to see the five-time Grammy award winner.

Celine Dion takes centre stage at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from 3-4 July 2018 as part of her ‘Live 2018’ Tour.

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Picture credit: Sistic Singapore

Bali Kite Festival

July -Oct 2018

The Bali Kites Festival is back! This event takes place annually, between July and August due to the windy season in Bali. The festival originally started as a season festival where  Balinese thank the gods and heavens for a bountiful harvest.  Since then, the festival has turned into a sport where many competing kite teams from all over the island to pilot their kites.

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Picture credit: Furama First

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