Capture 10 scenic spots in S’gor for chance to win RM30,000 tour package

22/6/2022 1:35:00 PM

Some 35 programmes to promote and improve this sector had been approved.

Some 35 programmes to promote and improve this sector had been approved.

GO sightseeing at selected tourist spots in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur, capture the good times with your phone and stand a chance to win a RM30,000 tour package in the process.

This was the message by Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KLSCCCI) tourism industry committee chairman Gan Chooi Yang to shutterbugs at the launch of a photography competition which will run until Sept 30.Judge Rushan Lutfi Mohamed also ordered Mohd Zakiuddin Ridzuan to serve a further six months in jail if he was unable to pay the fine.Muhamad Zulkifli Yusof, 28, dari Kampung Binjai Bongkok di sini berkata, pada masa ini, dia memerlukan bekalan belut lebih 1.Pix for representational purpose only.

In urging contestants to do their best in capturing the essence and beauty of the 10 tourist spots selected for the event, Gan expressed hope that the competition would inspire more people to travel.KLSCCCI president Datuk Ng Yih Pyng said the competition was aimed at reviving local tourism.He was said to have accepted the bribe from one A.“I believe such activities will open up new opportunities for businesses as more people begin to travel and spend locally,” said Ng.“Permintaan bekalan belut yang tinggi terutama peniaga kedai makan telah mendorong saya mengambil keputusan berhenti kerja sebagai pemandu lori.Selangor tourism, environment, green technology and Orang Asli affairs committee chairman Hee Loy Sian, who launched the contest at Wisma Chinese Chamber, Kuala Lumpur, revealed that RM1mil had been set aside by the state government to boost domestic tourism.Mohd Zakiudin was charged under Section 16(a) (A) of the MACC Act 2009, which was punishable under Section 24(1) of the same legislation.Some 35 programmes to promote and improve this sector had been approved.The call was then connected to the court alleging the complainant involved in money laundering,” he said in a statement today.

This included the RM20,000 grant awarded to KLSCCCI to run the photography competition.Earlier in Tuesday's (June 21) proceeding, Mohd Zakiuddin, who was unrepresented, appealed to the court for a light sentence as this was his first offence.Tambahnya, dia juga mendapat tempahan belut dari beberapa daerah di negeri ini tetapi terpaksa ditolak kerana tidak dapat memenuhi permintaan.Competition organising chairman Datuk Ada Poon said contestants are required to post their entries on their Facebook pages with the hashtag #klsccciphoto.The selected locations for this competition are Batu Caves in Gombak, Zoo Negara (Ulu Klang), Sunway Lagoon (Subang Jaya), Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque and i-City in Shah Alam, HL Dragonfruit Farm (Sepang), Sepang Gold Coast, Sekinchan, Kuala Kubu Baru Paragliding Park and Kuala Selangor Sky Mirror.He had also been finding it difficult to secure a permanent job since he lost his previous one and supported his family by working as an ehailing driver.Also present at the launch were Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia secretary general Datuk Tan Tian Meng and Tourism Selangor chief executive officer Azrul Shah Mohamad.“Sebahagian penternak belut pula didapati menternak belut secara kecil-kecilan,” katanya.— By GRACE CHEN.Article type: free.He then lodged a report at Teluk Intan police station yesterday,” Ahmad Adnan said.

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