Monday, February 22, 2010

Huge fare discounts at MAS travel fair

From The Star:

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair 2010 (MATF’10) until March 7 is dangling attractive offers to customers including a 75% discount to 49 destinations worldwide.

The travel period starts from March 24 until Jan 14 next year.

Tickets can be bought via the airlines’ ticketing offices, travel agents or, said Malaysia Airlines (MAS) senior general manager (sales) Datuk Bernard Francis.

MAS will also be extending these offers to its customers in Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar, where the fair will run concurrently, he added in a statement.

Customers can purchase one-way air tickets to any destination in Asia; starting from as low as RM133 to Medan, RM213 (Phuket) and RM359 (Hong Kong).

Those planning on flying down south can fly at only RM639 to Perth one-way, and RM1,069 to Mel- bourne (one-way).

Customers heading to Europe can opt to fly one-way to London, Paris or Rome for only RM1,549.

They can also opt for package deals of four days, three nights travel from MASholidays – inclusive of return airfare, airport transfers, accommodation and breakfast.

A trip to Bangkok will cost RM264; Beijing (RM487), Sydney (RM754) and the Gold Coast (RM816).

Additionally, customers intending to go on their umrah and ziarah journeys can opt for MASholidays’ travel package from RM4,999 for 14 days/ 12 nights to Jeddah, with three nights in Madinah and nine nights in Mecca.

Buy Gold to Preserve Your Wealth

With US currency fluctuations and the recent fall amid the euro's loss and Greece's financial problem, there is a general concern about preserving one's wealth. As the dollar weakens, the demand for gold and other precious metals will see a rise in demand subsequently increasing their value making them a preferred investment.

For centuries, gold has been used to preserve wealth though investors have been ignoring its importance. Amid the current financial turmoil, gold will continue to have a positive outlook for the future and prices will continue to rise as China quietly raises their reserves.

The situation in Greece is being watched closely. The European Union’s (EU) effort to help Greece has remained closely watched by investors. Amid this turmoil, gold would be a safer investment. To preserve our wealth and purchasing power, we have been advised to buy gold bullion.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

AirAsia offers 20% CNY fare discount

If you are planning to travel between Mar 27 to May 31, you may want to check out AirAsia. AirAsia is offering a 20% discount on all seats, to all destinations starting from today, Feb 18 to 21.

This promotion is in conjunction with the Chinese New Year and is available exclusively online via AirAsia’s website at

This regional promotional campaign is available from AirAsia’s nine hubs – Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Penang, Bangkok, Phuket, Jakarta, Bali, Surabaya, and Bandung – stretching across 20 countries to over 130 routes.

However, the promotion excludes domestic destinations within Thailand and the six new routes to India – Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, New Delhi and Chennai from Kuala Lumpur and Chennai from Penang – which were announced open for sale recently, where promotional fares are still available online until Feb 21.
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