• Information System Strategy Analysis on Adamson Hotel
    Muda Abdul Aziz Penang, Kuantan, Kota Bharu also in Langkawi. Adamson Hotel is a 3 star hotel known for comfort for the travelers, it located in the central, it retains the Islamic concept as a business base. It has number of seminar and meeting rooms with a memorable service for their customers...
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  • An Analysis on Taj Group of Hotels
    securing management contracts at Palm Island, Jumeirah in Dubai, Saraya Islands in Ras Al Khaimah, Aldar Group in Abu Dhabi, UAE Langkawi in Malaysia and Thimpu in Bhutan. The most significant additions to the portfolio have been The Pierre, the iconic landmark hotel on New York's Fifth Avenue, Taj Boston...
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  • Hospitality Industry Green Issues
    with great respect and love while still providing a comfortable and relaxing stay at their hotel. Besides that, some of the most popular and leading hotels that have been purchasing products and services from “Green” Hotels Association are Doubletree, Four Points by Sheraton, Hilton, Holiday Inn...
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  • Shangri-La (M) Sdn Bhd- Business Finance
    since May 2008 is upgrading the 30-years-old resort a fresh new outlook. The most recent award in 2010 was "Asia's Top Ten Family-Friendly Resorts" from Holidays with Kids, an Australia's leading family travel website and magazine. In 2009, Golden Sand Resort also awarded the "Best Family Holiday...
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  • Airasia
    (Macau and Shenzhen) with different Malaysian hubs and Bangkok. In 2008, new routes were introduced which included destinations in India and China. Air Asia future plan is seeking to set up a hub in Malacca serving Medan, Pekan Baru, Palembang, Padang, Penang and Langkawi. Air Asia has gained...
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  • Airline Industry in Malaysia
    travelers. Air Asia, for example, always competes with others by offering low price tickets, especially during the holidays. The price could be as low as a bus fare with a great service and a short journey. Service plays a prominent role in ensuring a long-lasting business. A good service will...
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  • CASE
    evolved from a classic LCC into an integrated service provider, offering not only no-frills air tickets but also financial services such as travel insurance, as well as other holiday products. Having sought out various companies to partner with, the company offered online booking services for...
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  • My Yoo
    that Malaysians mark a A house on Langkawi Island. Land ownership is a controversial issue in Malaysia, where indigenous groups are struggling to protect their claims from commercial interests. sharp difference between space inside the home and outside the home, with domestic space carefully...
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  • Air Asia Flyinh
    and the Middle East. Moving Down the Value Chain AirAsia had evolved from a classic LCC into an integrated service provider, offering not only no-frills air tickets but also financial services such as travel insurance, as well as other holiday products. Having sought out various companies to...
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  • Malaysia Tourism
    , Malaysia’s share of the Far Eastern Asia-Pacific tourism market was only in the region of 10% to 13%. Although the market share increased to 17.6% during the campaign year of 1990, it fell again to around 13% in 1991 (MOCAT, undated). In those days, many tourists spent only a part of their holiday in...
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  • The Tourism Industry in Malaysia
    Malaysia a fascinating place to visit, while the low cost of living and huge visitor choice makes it an ideal holiday location. Malaysia has a tropical climate throughout the year, enjoying warm days and mild evenings in all seasons. English is widely spoken in Malaysia, although the national...
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  • Lim Goh Tong - Genting
    programme was implemented to enhance and expand the resort facilities, which included the development of Awana Chain of Hotels namely Awana Genting, Awana Kijal, Terengganu and Awana Porto Malai, Langkawi. In 1993, at the suggestion of Tun Mahathir, the prime minister of Malaysia then, a township...
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  • Apple
    2005 to 2010 by World Travel Awards. Apart from the highland resort, Genting Malaysia also owns and operates two beautiful seaside properties called Awana Kijal Golf, Beach & Spa Resort in Terengganu and Awana Porto Malai in Langkawi. On 15 October 2010, Genting Malaysia completed its proposed...
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  • Proton
    to sustain the current buying interest. Page | 7 There was also the shift of consumers from expensive car models to the reasonable national cars and the rush of customers to purchase their vehicles before the holidays of Hari Raya. Further, the boost in passenger car sales of in September 2008...
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  • Trng Report
    available. Ensure that food is well cooked. Public Holidays National public holidays in Malaysia are: Festival | Date | Detail | New Year's Day | 1 January | 1 day | Chinese New Year | Dependent on the Chinese lunar calendar but normally within January - February.  The dates for...
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  • LCC of airline industry
    Shopping VFR Weekend break Holiday Studying Religious Total Non-business Total a Ryanair SD p-valuea Malaysia Air Asia SD p-valuea % 24.2 5.9 7.3 0.0 0.0 37.4 % 17.2 6.9 4.8 0.0 0.0 28.9 0.048 0.029 0.028 – – 0.110 0.727 0.377...
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  • Tourism in Malaysia
    tourism experience which explains how people travel and why they choose different forms of holiday, destination, and transport. The improvement in transportation modes plus low fares has increased the accessibility of areas once considered off-the-beaten-path. Access to tourism sites vary according to...
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  • Tourism
    . Wellness programmers can come for holiday by exploring the various forms which available in Malaysia. There’s 35 private hospitals in Malaysia have been identified as health tourist destination. (Health Tourism, 2007) 1 Research Base on Tourism Malaysia in General 1.1 Research...
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  • Tax Structure
    % with effect from YA 2009 but with applicable tax holidays, incentives, exemptions and concessionary or reduced tax rates, effective tax rates can be significantly reduced. With the abolition of the imputation system, a single-tier tax system has been in force from YA 2008. Indirect Taxes...
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  • Finnair
    key performer domestically flying to 13 destinations. It also provides flights connecting Asia and Europe major destinations. Charter flights are also available to more than 60 holiday resorts. (www.finnair.com) (Euromonitor,2010) Strategic Group According to by Hunt, (1972) is the set of...
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