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Just an hour or so away, with hundreds of flights a day into KL, here’s something a bit different for a weekend ‘out of town’ or a business break, in style.

Mövenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA is a new architectural icon which opened this year near the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. They’ve now unveiled a new package that allows local residents in KL and the Klang Valley to leave the stress of the city behind and unwind in comfort and style.

Malaysian nationals and regional visitors are invited to enjoy a blissful break at this exquisite resort-style hotel for just 288+ Ringit per night (2,258 baht). This rate is applicable for Superior King or Superior Twin rooms and includes breakfast for up to four guests, making it ideal for family or small group getaways.

The Blissful Break package also includes complimentary parking for up to two cars, free Wi-Fi throughout the entire stay, unlimited use of the hotel’s swimming pools and fitness facilities, plus a 20 percent discount at the hotel’s restaurants.

On the day of departure, guests can make their stay last even longer with the option of a late 3pm check-out. They can also use the package to celebrate a special family occasion, such as a birthday or wedding anniversary; a special gift will be provided if the guest inform the hotel at least 24 hours prior to arrival.

“Mövenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA is perfectly suited to the meet the needs of today’s ‘bleisure’ (combined business and leisure) travellers. We are seeing more people who enjoy short getaways outside the city, or those who like to have their families with them while travelling for business. With our resort-style ambience, extensive amenities and highly accessible location, Mövenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA is the ideal place to spend a few days relaxing with your nearest and dearest,” commented Hairul Maharis, the hotel’s General Manager.

Nestled among 6.9 hectares of landscaped gardens, reflective pools and streams, and with upscale facilities including a spa, fitness centres, swimming pools, a tennis court and a children’s playground, Mövenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA is a blissful oasis for all ages.

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The hotel is already a leading culinary destination with authentic local cuisine and global gourmet delights served at Temasya, the 24 hour all-day dining restaurant, while Bara and Redup serve a selection of Middle Eastern delicacies, including freshly-fired kebabs. Beranda is ideal for guests seeking light bites and Malay specialties like satay, laksa and rojak, while Sira is a “grab n’ go” lounge which serves Mövenpick ice cream, sandwiches, pastries and regional sweet treats, plus traditional teas and coffees.

Guests who want to indulge in a spot of retail therapy can head to the nearby Mitsui Outlet Park, which features a wealth of Asian and international brands at factory outlet prices. Guests can discover designer fashions, popular high street brands, top sporting goods, shoes, accessories, luggage and a wide range of other products in a village-style atmosphere.

This exquisite ambience, combined with a perfect location within easy reach of Kuala Lumpur and the bustling satellite cities of Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam and Subang Jaya, makes this spectacular new hotel the perfect destination for a unique break.

The Blissful Break offer at Mövenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA is valid for bookings and stays taken between 22 October and 31 December 2018. For more information and reservations, click HERE.

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Malay tourist allegedly ploughs into roadside workers, killing five

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“Five Thai workers were killed and another injured on the Asia Highway.”

Khao Sod reports that a Malaysian tourist has been charged with reckless driving causing death and injury after her car allegedly ploughed into six Thai road workers in Songkhla, southern Thailand, on Tuesday. The workers were from the Kamphaeng Phet Highway District Office doing routine maintenance along the roadside.

Five Thai workers were killed and another injured at 3pm on Tuesday on the Asia Highway in front of the Asia Rescue Unit in Village Group 3 in Songkhla’s Rattaphum district.

The driver of the car was ‘Malinda Susilalinee Asalan’ (translated from Thai) who allegedly lost control and ploughed into the six road workers cutting weeds on the roadside. Five workers died at the scene, with another seriously injured and rushed to hospital.

Police have charged 30 year old Malinda with reckless driving causing death.

SOURCE: Thai Residents

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Lion Air wants their 737 MAX jets, once they’re cleared by regulators

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Indonesia’s Lion Air, the victim of one of the two fatal crashes of a Boeing 737 MAX jets last year, “urgently requires” more of the jets to maintain its growth strategy. The airline’s co-founder, Rusdi Kiranaonce, says they eagerly await the regulators approving the grounded Boeing 737 MAX model planes return to service.

The Indonesian-based low-cost airline, which earlier said they would cancel its order for 187 of the troubled 737 jets, says it needs to be satisfied with the negotiations between Boeing and regulators before going ahead with its order valued around 21 billion USD.

189 passengers and crew died when a brand new Lion Air 737 MAX jet crashed into the Java Sea last October. The crash was the first of two deadly crashes that is thought to involve a faulty software over-ride which kept forcing the plane’s nose down as the pilots fought to regain control.

A final report on the Jakarta Lion Air crash is expected at the end of September according to Indonesia’s civil aviation authority.

Kirana previously lashed out over Boeing’s handling of the accidents and accused the US manufacturer of looking down on the airline as one from the “third world”, even though it is one of the plane maker’s largest customers globally, according to a Reuters report.

Garuda Indonesia is also prevaricating about possible cancellation of its order for 49 of the 737 Max jets.

The Boeing 737 MAX jets remain grounded around the world in a public relations disaster for Boeing. Some airlines, who were already flying fleets of 737 MAX planes, have resorted to buying or leasing older model aircraft to keep up with their schedules, particularly during the busy US and European holiday seasons.

Aviation analysts predict it will be sometime early 2020 before the model is allowed to fly again, if ever.

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Myanmar’s death toll from landslides and floods reaches 59

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Vast regions of south and sout-eastern Myanmar are inundated with floodwaters that have already forced more than 80,000 to flee their homes. The death toll from a massive landslide has now hit 59.

Rescue and recovery teams have worked right through the weekend, with additional downpours and deep mud hindering progress as the stench of decaying bodies worsened.

There are currently more than 80,000 people sheltering at evacuation sites across the country, according to the UN Office for Humanitarian Affairs.

Rescuers say they have found more victims from Friday morning’s deadly landslide when it flattened 27 homes in Mon village of Ye Pyar Kone. The Bago, Tanintharyi, and Karen states and adjoining regions have also been badly hit, leaving emergency responders stretched as the government tries to mobilise the army in the difficult conditions.

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