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  • 1. “REPORT ON THE PLANNING CONSULTANT TO PROVIDE CONFERENCE” A report submitted in partial fulfillment of therequirements for Studying for Business (SM1007). Prepared for: Miss Shubashini Prepared by: U1153049 U1151772 School of Business and Management (SOBM) Linton University College 12 December 2011
  • 2. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12ACKNOWLEDGEMENTI would like to thank my family and members of the group who had played a crucial rolein the successful completion of this report. In this section, I would like to express myappreciation to those who helped me directly and indirectly in my work.I would like to thank my supervisor, Miss Shubashini, which has for valuable advice andsupport has given me in writing this report. I would also like to thank colleagues whoalso provide advice and commitment to complete this report. 2
  • 3. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 SUMMARY / ABSTRACT This study is to take the role of the consultant and the need to respond to requests for advice from organizations that wish to enter the conference.It has been requested by the Organizing conference seeks to place them in locations thatadd value to the conference and often include day trips to places of interest. They often attract sponsors to help with financing, the return to receive advertising. It has been requested to hold the conference next year in 2012. Investigations were carried out by us as a consulting firm on request a quote and specific relative is as follows: "We plan to hold the conference next year. We usually accommodate about 500 delegates. We are looking for assistance and advice in the early stages of planning."The main findings are to find suitable places such as hotels, conference / exhibition, the best time of year to hold the conference, and three interesting places to visit on the day or half day as well as a suitable sponsor for this conference. It can be concluded that our firms role is to respond by selecting the organization and select the theme of the conference and the location of the country. 3
  • 4. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 CONTENTS PAGE Section...............................................................................Page Number1. Introduction..................................................................................4 1.1. Background 1.2. Research Question 1.3. Objectives2. Literature Review……………………………………………….5 2.1. Information Technology 2.2. Dell corporation3. Findings....................................................................................... 7 3.1. Introduction 3.2. Venue of conference 3.3. Best time to hold conference 3.4. Package for daily conference 3.5. Place of interest that could be visited on day or half day trips4. Conclusions..................................................................................185. Recommendations........................................................................196. Appendices...................................................................................207. References....................................................................................24 4
  • 5. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background This report was written because we are to complete this task in a group of not more than 7 students. Your group is to take the role of consultants and the need to respond to requests for advice from organizations that wish to enter the conference. It has been requested by the Conference Organizing seeks to place them in locations that add value to the conference and often include day trips to places of interest. They often attract sponsors to help with financing, the return to receive advertising. It has been requested for next year is 2012. 1.2 Research Questions Research question is to choose an organization to be intended to respond by choosing the theme of the conference. In addition to choosing the location of state and must choose three interesting places to be visited on the day or half day trips. 1.3 Objectives Objective of this report is to plan and advice in the early stages of planning. In addition, the objective of this report is to choose an appropriate sponsor, the conference theme and location. Therefore, we selected Dells company as a sponsor, the conference theme is information technology and the location is in Malaysia. 5
  • 6. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 2. LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Information Technology Information Technology (IT) and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) are a technology that is required for data processing. The topic is very broad meaning; it encompasses all aspects of management and information processing. In addition, it involves the use of computers and software to edit, save, protect, process, transmit, view and obtain information, regardless of place and time. The term “information technology” is said to appear in the 1970s. However there are elements of history that says the 20th century, there is research done by industry to develop the electronics, computers, and information theory is that, because a lot of machinery used in the field by the military. The first commercial computer was the UNIVAC I. It was designed by J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly for the U.S. Census Bureau. End of the 1970s saw the rise of microcomputers, followed closely by IBM personal computer in 1981. Since then, four generations of computers have evolved, with each generation represented a step that was characterized by smaller hardware and capable. The first generation used vacuum tubes, with the second generation and third respectively transistors and integrated circuits. Thus, we see many greater using the current generation of complex systems, such as very large scale integration (VLSI). IT is a field of technology management and reaching a variety of areas including computer software, information systems, and computer hardware, programming languages, but not limited to such things as processes, and building data. IT provides the business with four sets of core services to help implement business strategy: the automation of business processes, providing information, liaising with clients, and productivity tools. IT provides the business with four sets of core services to help implement business strategy: the automation of business processes, providing information, liaising with clients and productivity tools. IT professionals perform various functions (IT Discipline/Efficiency of the install application to designing complex computer networks and information databases. In addition, IT professionals are also involved in data management, 6
  • 7. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 networking, engineering computer hardware, database and software design, and management and administration of entire systems. Information technology has begun to spread further away from the personal computer and network technology, conventional, and more to the integration of other technologies such as the use of mobile phones, televisions, cars, and various other electronics. 2.2 Dell Corporation Listen. Learn. Deliver. That’s what we’re about. For 27 years Dell has been driven by a shared purpose. Dell has empowered the country, communities, customers and people everywhere to use technology to realize their dreams. Is the trust our customers to deliver technology solutions that can help them to do and achieve more, whether they are at home, work, school, or anywhere in the world they are. Dell has created a growing IT presence, especially now Dell is one IT program that has become todays IT revolution. Dell has achieved the vision together with the leaders and IT experts will provide satisfaction and customer requirements. In addition, Dell will also share with everyone to learn some strategies and most innovative techniques in the IT field today. Dell was founded in 1984 by Michael Dell, the oldest as chief executive officer of the computer industry, a simple concept: by selling computer systems directly to customers, Dell could best understand the needs and efficiently provide the most effective computing solutions to meet needs. Business models can be directly reduced the time and retailers that add unnecessary costs, or remove the Dell understanding of customer expectations. In addition, the direct model allows the company to build systems per customer order and offers the powerful, rich configuration at competitive prices. Dell also introduces the latest technology related to more quickly than companies with slow-moving, indirect distribution channels, inventory changes every three days on average. 7
  • 8. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 3. FINDINGS 3.1 Introduction In this report, we have chosen the sponsor is Dell in Malaysia, so we will introduce the first privilege of Malaysia. Malaysia is a country that has its own privileges. Many tourists from abroad either in the country and choose Negara Malaysia as a tourist destination. Among the reason for this is an interesting natural beauty there is in this country. Malaysia has an attractive forest filled with flora and fauna. In addition, Malaysia is also among the most attractive and fastest growing in Southeast Asia, with a heterogeneous population living harmoniously blended nicely with the Malay culture, Chinese, Indian and other ethnic groups in producing its own attractiveness. 3.2 Venue of conference 3.2.1 Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre is located in the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, fondly known as KLCC. Designed to be a "city within a city", this 40 hectare (100-acre) site includes the KLCC Park and PETRONAS Twin Towers to lend a prestigious address to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. KLCC is accessible through KLCC LRT station on the Kelana Jaya Line. - Plenary hall is the main hall that is designed special ceremonys keynote address, opening conferences and concert performances. Hall provides bunk 3.000 seats equipped with a digital voting system, simultaneous translation facilities, a fixed stage and the curtain towers, VIP rooms and dressing rooms. Chamber Theatre is designed in the style of this auditorium provides 500 seats that rise to the smaller and equipped with facilities like Plenary hall. - Exhibition area of 9.710 square meters was built without columns to provide a continuous floor space without restrictions. Ceiling as high as 9.3 meters from the floor, a room access directly to the vehicle, as well as under the floor (20KN/m2) makes this board ideal for all types’ fairs and 8
  • 9. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 expositions. This exhibition hall also has a grid portable ceiling that can be adapted to events such as banquets and other. - Conference Hall consists of three large spaces that can be combined to form a large hall to accommodate the total of 1,800 people representative of the seating arrangement the theater. All conference halls equipped with projectors, audiovisual equipment and the recent spotlight. Cable and wiring systems under floors and facilities transport elevator allows vehicles are moved on the hall. 3.2.2 Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MVEC) Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MVEC) starting in mid-2001, and hosted the show exhibitions, seminars, concerts, exhibitions, consumer, and other MVEC proved to be a popular place because it is strategically located in one of the shopping center the most popular in Malaysia, Mid Valley Megamall is practically filled with thousands of visitors each day. In addition, the location in the heart and good access to Mid Valley Megamall make a choice destination for both locals and tourists. MVEC has three exhibition halls, which can be combined into a 48,300 square feet. It is designed for pole-less with generous ceiling heights, barrier wall and the minimum entrance area. MVEC is equipped with good support an exhibition, including the floor drains to carry out essential services to the designated safe location. In addition, we have two conference / VIP holding room, two purpose built cargo and two goods lifts to facilitate the movement of freight directly to our center. Each of halls has their own management office, public address system, the industrial cleaning and other facilities. 3.2.3 Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) is a main convention and exhibition center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysias premier center of business and commercial activities. Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) is known for its high levels of personal service and a 9
  • 10. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 flexible approach to event management, making it popular with event organizers and meeting Planners alike. Facility Highlights: - 4 Exhibition Halls, Tun Razak Halls 1, 2, 3 and 4 (In addition to the Halls, there is also a large outdoor area for tented exhibition as well as a Foyer. Total area of the Halls and Foyer is 12.000 sqm) - Automobile ramps - Spacious cargo Elevators to facilitate transporting, loading and unloading of large / heavy exhibits - Telecommunication Facilities - Water supply Conference Halls PWTCs conference halls are designed as a multi-purpose event space allowing event organizers to host a wide variety of events ranging from corporate conferences and events to banquets and other social functions. The Halls can be partitioned to allow for two events to be held simultaneously. Conference facilities include superb audio-visual equipment, a simultaneous Interpretation system for up to six languages and Internet access. Facility Highlights: - 2 Conference Halls / Ballrooms, Tun Dr. Ismail Hall and Tun Hussein Onn Hall - Suitable for medium to large scale functions of 100 -1000 people - State-of-the-art audio-visual equipment - Translation booths for simultaneous translation into six language. Plenary Hall For larger conferences, PWTCs plenary hall offers more seating capacity and superb audio-visual equipment as well as an efficient Interpretation System to accommodate the needs of event participants of different nationalities. Facility Highlights: 10
  • 11. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 - Theatre seating capacity of up to 2.800 people (retractable seats) - Sit-down banquet capacity of up to 1.400 people - State-of-the-art audio-visual equipment and sound system - Sophisticated lighting system - Eidophor giant-screen video projection system (35 x 23) - Movable modular stage - Translation booths for simultaneous translation into six languages 3.3 Best time to hold conference However for planning select dates for the meeting is as shown in Table 1. Also, the recommended time is in the morning and evening, and one day may be a half day. We chose this date is due to avoid when people take the test, as close to the end of the week. Also, try to avoid the beginning of the academic terms, as it will require at least two weeks before the busy day. Therefore, there are four proposals chosen date of May, August and December. This can facilitate choosing the appropriate time and day to make conference. Table 1 Date Day Morning/Evening 30 December 2011,Friday 0700-0800 19 May 2012 ,Saturday 1800-2100 0900-1700 18 August 2012,Saturday 15 December 2012 ,Saturday 3.4 Package for daily conference 3.4.1 KLCC DAILY CONFERENCE PACKAGE 2011 – FUNCTION HALLS Function Halls – Grand Ballroom, Banquet Hall, Conference Hall (Valid from 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2011) Full Day Daily Conference Package at RM198.00++ per person per day - Choice of one working set lunch or buffet menu - Morning and afternoon coffee breaks inclusive of coffee, tea with three assorted savory and sweet snacks. Full Day Daily Conference Package at RM165.00++ per person per day 11
  • 12. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 - Morning and afternoon coffee breaks inclusive of coffee, tea with three assorted savory and sweet snacks. Half Day Daily Conference Package at RM185.00++ per person per day - Choice of one working set lunch or buffet menu - Choice of either morning or afternoon coffee break inclusive of coffee, tea with three assorted savory and sweet snacks. Half Day Daily Conference Package at RM 155.00++ per person per day - Choice of either morning or afternoon coffee break inclusive of coffee, tea with three assorted savory and sweet snacks. Conference package will be inclusive of the following items: - Use of one main function hall with one standard set up per room per event (Theatre, Classroom, Boardroom, U-shape) - Furniture for required room set up with water-service - Mints, writing pads and pencils - Head table set up with floral arrangement - Portable stage, appropriate to function hall size, in units of 8’x8’ or 6’x8’ - Up to two flipcharts with assorted markers - Usage of one LCD projector and one built-in screen appropriate to room size (NB. Conference Hall 2 has front projection all other halls have rear projection) - The services of one roaming AV technician (Up to 8hrs per full day or 4 hrs per half day) - Built-in pa system with three wired microphones inclusive of a speaker lectern - Electronic backdrop on main screen projected from main projector - Built-in LCD (text) signage for each hall at the entry foyer - Built-in Registration Counters subject to availability Conference Packages are applicable for minimum of 200 persons for the smallest function hall – the minimum number varies according to the size of the room required and is subject to 10% service charge and 6% government tax. The in house IT and Audio Visual team is available to quote for lighting, special 12
  • 13. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 packages and other requests. There is access in each hall to rigging and under- floor services including Category 6 communications cabling – charges will apply for installation and usage. The Business Centre is available, for guests convenience, at the Centre Core of Level 3 and VIP suites can be arranged according to the availability DAILY CONFERENCE PACKAGE 2011– AUDITORIA Plenary Hall (3,000 fixed seats) (Valid from 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2011) Full Day Daily Conference Package at RM198.00++ per person per day  Choice of one working set lunch or buffet menu  Morning and afternoon coffee breaks inclusive of coffee, tea with three assorted savory and sweet snacks. Full Day Daily Conference Package at RM165.00++ per person per day  Morning and afternoon coffee breaks inclusive of coffee, tea with three assorted savory and sweet snacks. Half Day Daily Conference Package at RM185.00++ per person per day  Choice of one working set lunch or buffet menu  Choice of either morning or afternoon coffee break inclusive of coffee, tea with three assorted savory and sweet snacks. Half Day Daily Conference Package at RM 155.00++ per person per day  Choice of either morning or afternoon coffee break inclusive of coffee, tea with three assorted savory and sweet snacks. Conference package will be inclusive of the following items:  Use of one main function room  Head table set up with floral arrangement, water service, mints, writing pads & pencils  Fixed stage and screen  Up to two flipcharts with assorted markers  Built-in projector (rear projection in Plenary Hall)  House public address system with a maximum of three wired microphones inclusive of a speaker lectern 13
  • 14. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12  Electronic backdrop on main screen projected from main projector  Built-in LCD (text) signage for at the entry foyer  The services of roaming AV technicians (Up to 8hrs per full day or 4 hrs per half day)  Registration Counters, Dressing Rooms and VIP rooms subject to availability Conference Packages are applicable for minimum of 750 persons in Plenary Hall is subject to 10% service charge and 6% government tax. The in house IT and Audio Visual team is available to quote for lighting, additional sound systems, special packages and other requests. There is access in each hall to rigging and under floor services including Category 6 communications cabling and the built-in seat console with digital voting, simultaneous interpretation systems plus interactive microphones – charges will apply for installation and usage. The Business Centre is available, for guests’ convenience, at the Centre Core of Level 3 and VIP suites can be arranged according to the availability. To make your reservation call the Sales Team with your request: Tel:03-2333 2828 Fax:03-2333 2882 or e-mail: info@klccconventioncentre.com 3.5 Place of interest that could be visited on day or half day trips Kuala Lumpur Half-Day Batu Caves Tour Half Day Batu Caves Package Tour will take visitors travel to visit some of the most famous cultural attractions of Kuala Lumpur. Sightseeing begins with a visit to the Malaysian Batik Cottage where you can see the finest silk batik clothing produced. Next on the itinerary calling at the original rubber before a visit to the famous factory Selangor Pewter, where you can see how popular alloy is made, and buy souvenirs to take home. The last stop on the tour, and the most exciting stopover, is a trip to Batu Caves – a towering limestone outcropping just 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur. The caves house numerous Hindu shrines and is a famous landmark in KL. During 14
  • 15. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 Thaipusam the area is transformed into a jam-packed multihued spectacle; ascend its 272 steps to reach the top where you can admire the limestone formations and watch devotees pay homage to their respective deities. The journey takes about 3 -3.5 hours, including the transfer but does not include the entrance fees. Note that packages are not available during the Thaipusam festival to-6-to-February 8 2012.Surcharge :SIC-based Klang / Gold Coast Sepang / KLIA / LCCT RM 45 nett / pax / way Shah Alam / Kota Damansara / Shah RM 35 nett / pax/ way Personal-Klang / Gold Coast Sepang / KLIA / LCCT 130/vehicle/way RM (1-3 persons) 180/vehicle/way RM (4-8 people) Half-Day Kuala Lumpur City Tour This trip offers a vision of the old and new, from where the city began, at the confluence of two rivers, the kings palace, National Monument and in the buildings exceptional in Merdeka Square and the train-gayastesen Moor. While observing the difference between historical Moorish architecture and buildings of modern skyscrapers, you will not fail to notice the green plants in many areas, particularly in the Lake Gardens. A picture stop at the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers will also be included. Travel time in the morning: Pick-up time at 0800hrs (Subang / Sunway Hotel) / 0900-0915hrs (KL City Centre - Bukit Bintang) / 0930hrs (other places). Whereas in the course of the evening ,Pick-time at 1300hrs (Subang / Sunway Hotel) / 1400-1415hrs (KL City Centre - Bukit Bintang) / 1430hrs (other places) .Travel for 3-3.5 hours including: Transportation by van or coach, not including the entrance fee. Note: Surcharge suburb (SIC basis) Klang / Gold Coast Sepang / KLIA / LCCT - RM 45/nett/pax/way, Subang / Kota Damansara / Kuala Lumpur - RM 35/nett/pax/way,Surcharge suburbs, (Private) Klang / Gold Coast Sepang / KLIA / LCCT - 130/vehicle/way RM (1-3 people) 180/vehicle/way RM (4-8 people). 15
  • 16. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 4. CONCLUSIONSIn conclusion, the role of the consultant has completed the requirements of the questionof choosing sponsors, meeting places, attractions and places the package. In addition,Dell has made Malaysia the function is a very popular and has been a globalization ofinformation technology development. Indirectly suggested in order to follow any planbased on what is required to question. 16
  • 17. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/125. RecommendationsIn light of this conclusion, I recommend that the conference planning organization shouldchoose in advance to facilitate the calculation of the budget for the conference, select theappropriate time and date as well as a mission to make the conference have public appeal.In addition, the organization can fill in the conference with activities such as quizzes,lucky draws or the registration of members, in addition may provide lectures about thedevelopment of information technology with Dell. Can also provide a souvenir for theparticipants who attended as a contribution or give a discount for a product. Even if theorganization also provides a package of attractions and food and drink will give comfortto the participants, but it depends on the financial organization for the conference. 17
  • 18. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12APPENDICESAppendix 1: photo gallery of Kuala Lumpur Convention CentreExhibition halls Plenary Hall Plenary Hall Plenary Hall Disabled Access Interpreters Room Orchestra Pit To StagePlenary halls Simultaneous Interpretation System (SIS)Main function hall-bouquet 18
  • 19. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 Appendix 2: photo of Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MVEC) Appendix3: Convention/ Exhibition Halls Venue capacity measurements Convention SquareHollow Area (sqm) Ceiling (m) Boardroom Classroom Reception / Banquet U-shape Theatre Exhibition Size (m) HallsExhibit Hall 1 10,000 10,000 7,500 NA NA NA NA Irregular Ground Ground(Dewan Tun Floor FloorRazak 1) (7,921 (15m / sqm) 5.5m) Mezzani Mezzani ne Floor ne Floor (2,889 (6.5m) sqm)Exhibit Hall 2 4,000 4,000 2,800 1,500 NA NA NA 28.96 x 3,883.8 3.66/6.(Dewan Tun 134.11 10Razak 2)Exhibit Hall 3 3,000 3,000 2,800 1,000 NA NA NA Irregular 4,592.8 3.50(Dewan TunRazak 3)Exhibit Hall 4 2,500 2,500 2,000 750 NA NA NA Irregular 2,767.8 8.08(Dewan TunRazak 4)Balcony NA NA 250 NA NA NA NA Irregular 655.5 3.50Legar Putra NA NA 500 NA NA - - Irregular 1,492.8 3.50Plenary Hall 3,000 3,000 1,600 1,000 147 192 NA 48.16 X 2,011.2 17.70(Dewan 41.76Merdeka)Hall 1 1,000 1,000 600 400 126 147 112 43.90 X 1,003.6 7.01(Dewan 22.86Hussein Onn)Hall A or B 500 500 200 200 43 60 52 21.95 X 501.8 7.01 22.86Hall 2 1,000 1,000 600 400 126 47 112 43.90 X 1003.6 7.01(Dewan Tun Dr 22.86Ismail)Hall A or B 500 500 250 200 43 80 62 21.95 X 501.8 7.01 22.86* Dewan Tun Razak 1 is divisible into Halls A,B and C. Venue capacities indicated is effective from September 1998 Appendices 4: 19
  • 20. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12 Kuala Lumpur Half-Day Batu Caves TourPlaces to visit • Royal Selangor Pewter Factory • Batik • Batu CavesTime: • Morning trip Pick-up time at 0800hrs (Subang/Sunway Hotels)/ 0900-0915hrs (KL City Centre – Bukit Bintang)/ 0930hrs (Other places) • Afternoon trip Pick-up time at 1300hrs (Subang/Sunway Hotels)/ 1400-1415hrs (KL City Centre – Bukit Bintang)/ 1430hrs (Other places) Tour Rates 05/10/11 - 31/12/12 Half Day Batu Cave Countryside Rates per person in Malaysia Ringgit Joining Tour PricePrivate Groups Price 50 1 Pax 2-3 Pax 4-5 Pax 6-7 Pax 8-10 Pax 210 105 78 60 50 20
  • 21. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12Half-Day Batu Caves Half- day Kuala Lumpur city TourAppendices 5Malaysian State & National Holidays 2012Dates Occasion For1 January All states except Johor, Kedah, New YearSunday Kelantan, Perlis & Trengganu14 January Yang di-Pertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan only 21
  • 22. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12Saturday Negeri Sembilans Birthday15 January Sultan of Kedahs Birthday Kedah onlySunday23 January Chinese New Year NationwideMonday24 January All states except Kelantan and Chinese New Year (2nd Day)Tuesday Trengganu Federal Territory of Kuala1 February Federal Territory Day Lumpur, Labuan & PutrajayaWednesday only Prophet Muhammads5 February Birthday NationwideSunday (Maulidur Rasul) Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya,7 February Thaipusam Johor, Negeri Sembilan, Perak,Tuesday Penang & Selangor only4 March Anniversary of Installation Trengganu onlySunday of Sultan of Trengganu6 April Good Friday Sabah & Sarawak onlyFriday15 April Declaration of Malacca as Malacca onlySunday a Historical City19 April Sultan of Peraks Birthday Perak onlyThursday1 May Labour Day NationwideTuesday5 May Wesak Day NationwideSaturday7 May Hari Hol Pahang Pahang onlyMonday17 May Raja Perlis Birthday Perlis onlyThursday30 & 31 May Harvest Festival Sabah & Labuan onlyWed & Thu Pesta Kaamatan Sabah1 - 2 June Sarawak Harvest Festival Sarawak onlyFri & Sat Hari Gawai Sarawak2 June Malaysian Kings Birthday NationwideSaturday Harijadi Agong17 June Israk & Mikraj Kedah, Negeri Sembilan & 22
  • 23. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/12Sunday Perlis only7 July Georgetown World Heritage Penang - but not a paid holidaySaturday City Day for private sectors employees.14 July Penang Governors Birthday Penang onlySaturday20 July Sultan of Trengganus Trengganu onlyFriday Birthday Awal Ramadan21 July Start of Muslim fasting Johor, Kedah & Malacca onlySaturday month (bulan Puasa) Kelantan, Pahang, Perak, Perlis,6 August Nuzul Al-Quran Penang, Selangor & TrengganuMonday only19 - 20 Aug Hari Raya Puasa * NationwideSun & Mon31 August National Independence Day NationwideFriday Merdeka8 September Sarawak Governors Birthday Sarawak OnlySaturday16 September Malaysia Day NationwideSunday6 October Sabah Governors Birthday Sabah OnlySaturday13 October Malacca Governors Birthday Malacca onlySaturday24 October Sultan of Pahangs Birthday Pahang onlyWednesday26 October Hari Raya Haji * NationwideFriday Hari Raya Qurban27 October Hari Raya Haji (2nd Day) * Kedah, Kelantan, Perlis &Saturday Hari Raya Qurban Trengganu Only11 & 12November Sultan of Kelantans Birthday Kelantan onlySat & Sun13 November Nationwide, except for Deepavali or DiwaliTuesday Sarawak15 November Awal Muharram NationwideThursday (Maal Hijrah) 23
  • 24. U1153049 U1151772 SM1007 2011/1222 November Sultan of Johors Birthday Johor onlyThursday11 December Sultan of Selangors Birthday Selangor onlyTuesday20 December Hari Hol Almarhum Sultan Johor OnlyThursday Johor25 December Christmas NationwideTuesdayThe best time for our group selected is the one 1 May 2012, this is because on that day ispublic holiday for government employees or private employees. So the day was theappropriate for are planning to hold a conference. 24
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