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Malaysia Savings Sale 2008 to run from 29 November to 4 January

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Thursday, 30 October 2008

The year-end festivities begin early in Malaysia. In November, the much anticipated shopping extravaganza Malaysia Savings Sale 2008, previously known as the Malaysia Year-End Sale, will run from 29 November 2008 to 4 January 2009, presenting shopaholics with 37 days of retail therapy, great dining experiences and fun entertainment.

MSS provides tourists and locals alike with an opportunity to shop and save as most items from apparels, accessories and home dcor to holiday packages as well as leisure and dining activities will be on offer at discounted prices throughout the sale period.

This year, with the MSS Lucky Draw and Instant Redemption Promotion with MasterCard, the official card of the MSS, tourists and locals who charge a minimum of RM200 on their MasterCard cards at participating malls can redeem instant gifts and automatically qualify for a contest to win prizes worth RM100,000. Participating malls include Queensbay Mall Penang, Danga City Mall JB, One Borneo Kota Kinabalu, Kinta City Shopping Centre Ipoh, 1 Utama (old wing), The Pavilion, Mid Valley Megamall, The Gardens and Sunway Pyramid.

During the Sale period, tourists to Malaysia will be able to enjoy privileges and promotions at the malls in and around the Klang Valley. All they need to do is pick up a Tourist Welcome Pack from the airport (KLIA and LCCT) and the Tourist Information Counters in the city which contains a booklet and details on the various tourist privilege cards, how and where to get them and what kind of bargains await them.

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