Organizer

   Malaysia Section

In collaboration with

Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)
Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS)
Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI)

 

Managed by

School of Professional and Continuing Education (UTMSPACE)

VENUE

Best Western Premier Seri Pacific Kuala Lumpur, strategically located 10 minutes away from the 'Golden Triangle', is in Kuala Lumpur's business district where you will also find a number of prestigious shopping and entertainment complexes. As one of the finest hotels in Kuala Lumpur, the hotel provides unrivaled business services and restaurants with an exquisite dining experience for the culinary connoisseur.

Step into the luxurious and spacious rooms overlooking the glorious views of Petronas Twin Towers, the second tallest tower in the world and the lush greenery of Genting Highlands, the premier holiday destination in the region that offers tourists a host of leisure activities that encompasses hotels, gaming, entertainment and food & beverages facilities. Stylishly furnished, the facilities in the rooms include individually controlled air-conditioning, private bath and shower, IDD phone with voicemail services, CNN and cable TV, coffee/tea making facilities, mini bar, in-room safe, and your personal iron and ironing board.

Best Western Premier Seri Pacific Kuala Lumpur is a true oasis in the heart of this exciting city which is adjacent to Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) complete with approximately 50,000 sq. m or 538,000 sq. ft. of state-of-the-art overall meeting and exhibition space.

The official website can be accessed via http://www.seripacifichotel.com

 

ACCOMMODATION

Seri Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Jalan Putra,
PO Box 11468,
50746 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
Tel (603) 4042 5555
Fax (603) 4041 7236
E-mail: resv@seripacific.com
Website: www.seripacific.com

The Legend Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
The Legend Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Above The Mall, Putra Place,
100 Jalan Putra,
50350 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
Tel: (603) 4042 9888
Fax: (603) 4043 0700
Freephone: 1 800 88 3390
E-mail: tlegend@po.jaring.my
Website: www.legendsgroup.com/lagendkl


Vistana Hotel , Kuala Lumpur
No. 9, Jalan Lumut,
Off Jalan Ipoh,
50400 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
Tel: (603) 4042 8000


Grand Seasons Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
No.72, Jalan Pahang,
50300 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
Tel: (603) 2697 8888
Fax: (603) 2698 5888
E-mail: maxcarry.tm.net.my
Website: www.grandseasonshotel.com

 

Malaysia & City

The Place Is Malaysia. Truly Asia

Be drawn to a nation so peaceful and safe. A country made up of the Malays, Chinese and Indian. A potpourri enriched with the indigenous traditions of Ibans, Kadazan, Dusuns and other ethnic communities of East Malaysia. With a diversity of races and religions, cultures and traditions, Malaysia is indeed the perfect setting for colourful celebrations and joyous festivals. Malaysia is also an excellent destination for romantic getaways, especially for honeymooners seeking an idyllic tropical retreat with modern amenities.

Basically an insular country, it has a seemingly unending coastline and pristine beaches. There are also numerous scenic islands in Malaysia's territorial waters. From the large and developed island of Penang to small rock outcrops jutting out from the sea, the country, with its rich marine flora and fauna, has earned a reputation of being a diver's paradise. For land-based adventurers, there are cascading waterfalls and cool evergreen forest and mountains with fascinating panoramic views.

Malaysia Culture

Malaysia is a multicultural society, with Malays, Chinese and Indians living side by side. The Malays are the largest community, numbering 60% of the population, follows Muslim religion, speak Malay (Bahasa Melayu) and are largely responsible for the political fortunes of the country. The Chinese comprise of about a quarter of the population, are mostly Buddhists, Taoists or Christian, and speak the Hokkien, Cantonese, Hakka and Teochew dialects, and have been historically dominant in the business community. The Indians account for about 10% of the population, are mainly Hindu Tamils from southern India, speaking Tamil, Malayalam, and some Hindi, and live mainly in the larger towns on the west coast of the peninsula. There is also a sizeable Sikh community. Eurasians, Kampucheans, Vietnamese, and indigenous tribes make up the remaining population. Malay is the official language of the country but English is widely spoken.

For further information about Malaysia, please visit Malaysia offcial tourism website.