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Photo & Short video contest to promote Malaysia

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PUTRAJAYA — The Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia (MOTAC) continues organising a photography and short video contest on social media with the sub-theme #MyCuisine starting from 1 January 2018 to 28 February 2018.

To enter, participants need to submit a creative photo or short video related to the uniqueness and diversity of the food and beverage of Malaysia’s multicultural society via Instagram or Facebook.

tourism ministry-photo-video contest-2018For the short video competition, participants need to upload a 30- to 60-second short video on Instagram and facebook with the hashtags #SayangMalaysia and #MyCuisine.

The competition offers various attractive prizes for the top three winners and five consolation prizes, which include domestic flight tickets, accommodation at popular domestic destinations, theme park tickets, shopping vouchers, and many more.

The competition is organised in conjunction with #SayangMalaysia Social Media Campaign by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia in line with its effort to make Malaysia a premier tourist destination and to encourage both domestic and international tourists to use social media to share all their beautiful and unique holiday experiences in Malaysia.

Public will get the chance to participate in six photography and short video competitions throughout 2018 under six sub-themes, including new sub-themes #MyShopping and #MyHeritage which are as follows:

i. #MyCuisine – January to February
ii. #MyDestination – March to April
iii. #MyCulture – May to June
iv. #MyShopping – July to August
v. #MyHeritage – September to October
vi. #MyFamilyFun – November to December

For further details on the competition, please visit the official portal of the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia at : www.motac.gov.my/sayangmalaysia

#SayangMalaysia Social Media Campaign is an initiative under Malaysia’s National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) between Government Departments/Agencies and the private sector.

-Bernama

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