Visa-free travel from July 1 for Malaysians visiting Japan

Jun 26, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Star Online

KUALA LUMPUR: Effective July 1, Malaysian nationals who hold ordinary biometric passports with an embedded microchip will no longer need to obtain a visa for a short-term stay in Japan.

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Not Japan this year...

Just read announcement about 6 winners of 'Best Job in the World'- Tourism Australia who're going to be paid to travel. I wish I have all the time in the world to do that. Of course I don't envy them...(^_^)

Best Job in the World Winners Announced
http://www.euronews.com/2013/06/21/best-job-i...

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wow,swimming with great white sharks!! hahaha....

The 1st impression when people heard the word "Japan" was "Expensive" or some talking about the Hokkaido or Tokyo Disneyland(some say better than the Hong Kong one..),

the only way for them to compete with Australia tour promotion is to asked Ultraman and a couple of monsters to wrestled in the middle of the city perhaps...hehehe

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Crush Em 2013 wrote:
wow,swimming with great white sharks!! hahaha....:-)
..in a cage.^_^

They're paid USD100,000 for six months to blog/promote their experience and adventure during that time, mostly applied by students taking gap year.
Crush Em 2013 wrote:
The 1st impression when people heard the word "Japan" was "Expensive" or some talking about the Hokkaido or Tokyo Disneyland(some say better than the Hong Kong one..),
the only way for them to compete with Australia tour promotion is to asked Ultraman and a couple of monsters to wrestled in the middle of the city perhaps...hehehe
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Hahaha... The hotel rooms are so small for its standard. But the Japanese are so systematic and efficient, that setbacks seem trivial.

Tokyo Disneyland is better than HK, but still can't compete with Disneyland Anaheim. One thing Malaysians should emulate is their cleanliness. Millions of people throng the attractions and one can hardly see the cleaners there but their toilets are so clean.

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