The crowd was hugh as expected during the three-day Malaysian Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) Fair from 3rd to 5th September 2010 at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) in Kuala Lumpur.
Visitors shopped for the best deals offered from the more than 860 booths at the three-day travel fair, the second MATTA Fair for the year after the first one in March.
But MATTA Fair isn’t about the great travel bargains only, there are also other fun and exciting activities including interesting international performances for visitors entertainment and enjoyment while they shopped for best travel packages.
Mai Tomyam took snapshots of the interesting international cultural dances and also the colourful costumed girls and sales promoters, male and female included, who were perfect photo opportunity for photographers.
The MATTA Fair has great share of attrative costumed girls in traditional costumes of different countries. At the Reliance Travel booth, these two costumed girls welcome you with their charming smiles and friendly persona.
Sophie Tee (left) in traditional costume of Taiwan and Mavis Ooi in traditional costume of Egypt.
From left: Gibson Yee (Rome), Sophie Tee (Taiwan), Mavis Ooi (Egypt) and Maxim (Korea).
From left: Gibson Yee (Rome), Sophie Tee (Taiwan), Sonia Ng (Turkey), Mavis Ooi (Egypt) and Maxim (Korea).
Pretty girls in Japanese traditional dress kimono.
Cheerful girls in Japanese traditional dress kimono.
Girls in traditional Korean dress hanbok.
At the Sanbumi Holiday booth, Khairul Othman (left) and Syikin Musa in traditional Malay costumes offer you promotional ticket price of RM12.50 (normal RM35) to a Lunch & Cultural Dance Show at Selangor Culture Cove in Batu Caves, Selangor. The 30 minutes cultural performance is a combination of traditional Malay, Indian and dances from the indigenious tribes of Sabah and Sarawak.
Yit Hou (left) in traditional costume of Egypt and K.K. Ong in traditional costume of Brazil at the Parlo Tours booth.
A "Red Indian" at the A'Famosa Resort booth. The famous Red Indian Show and various other performances are attractions at the holiday resort in the vicinity of Alor Gajah, Malacca.
"Cowboy" and "Red Indian" at the A'Famosa Resort booth.
At the Marina Bay Sands booth visitors can register for its free Premier Advantage loyalty program rewarding guests with points and premier dollars wherever they spend at the glamorous integrated resort in Singapore.
Pretty babes at the Marina Bay Sands booth. From left: Christine Ng, Kylie Tan and May Choong.
The girls looked extremely cheerful handing out flyers.
Booth babes Shanny Lim (left) and Mindy Tan at the Sedania Travelneeds2u booth. The company offers services, products and solutions that focus on the emerging needs of today's business and leisure travellers. They can book online the GSP (Global Starter Pack) local prepaid SIM Card which allow them to get connected immediately upon arrival at their destinations.
Sedania Travelneeds2u marketing manager Hafie Mustapha (centre) with her promoter girls Shanny Lim (left) and Mindy Tan (right).
Thai Cultural Dance:
Visitors were entertained with the grace and beauty of the traditional Thai dance.
Taiwan Aboriginal Performance:
Taiwan's aboriginal people performed dances and songs.
The crowd at the Matta Fair September 2010 PWTC, KL.
The Taiwan booth is decorated with colourful paintings of dragon, face mask and other motifs.
The Disneyland Hong Kong booth is adorned with pictures of popular Disney characters.
The Langkawi booth is decorated with this white headed eagle which is what gives Langkawi it's name. Langkawi means reddish brown eagle in colloquial Malay. The Malay word for eagle is helang - shortened is "lang". Kawi means the colour reddish brown.
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A koala bear mascot advertising their booth with attractive holiday packages to Australia.
A clown entertains visitors especially the young ones with sculptured balloons.
A clown make a sculptured balloon resembling sword for the delighted boy.
A demonstration of umbrella paintings at the Thailand booth.
There were also demonstration of fruits and vegetable carving, making of floral garland and display of Thai handicrafts at the Thailand booth.
Visitors enjoy having their photos taken at a booth which provide free traditional costumes of various countries.