It was our nation’s 51st birthday on 9 August and we hoped that you have had an enjoyable celebration with your loved ones!

Now that NDP 2016 has come to an end, we hope that you are still busking in the celebratory spirit of the nation so let’s take a few minutes to reminisce those moments on what we loved and what we wished we had for this year’s NDP :)

  1. NDP Fun Packs

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To those who have been to previous NDP shows, we all know that we have to queue to collect our NDP fun packs. Even though the highly anticipated goodie bag is worth it, the dreaded wait in the humid weather does dampen our moods slightly! This year however, the NDP fun packs were placed on every seat, making it so much more convenient for spectators. Thank you NDP for the thoughtful gesture!

We must also mention that the design of the fun pack is fuss free, lightweight, waterproof (new beach bag that can keep my belongings dry!) and versatile (can be used as a sling or haversack) in the colours of our national flag.

Everyone was given a LED wrist brand in the fun pack which is synchronized to the music and light displays during each performing act, increasing the interactivity and participation of the audience.

With the many different modes and colours, we loved how it was a beautiful sea of light with a message put across to the citizens of Singapore – that we are One people, One nation.

2. National Stadium

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Believe it or not, it has been a good 10 years since National Day was held at the National Stadium! This year, we’re finally back at the new National Stadium, a larger space which is able to accommodate 30,000 more seats than the floating platform. This also means that more Singaporeans were able to join in the fun and celebrations!

The cutting edge technology of National Stadium’s retractable roof surely signifies how far Singapore has come in these 51 years in the field of technological advancement.

3. Fireworks

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Did you know? This year’s fireworks display at the National Stadium was the largest scale of indoor fireworks! If you remember last year’s Southeast Asian Games, the indoor fireworks at this year’s NDP is actually five times larger in scale! WOW!

Those who did not manage to grab tickets to attend the NDP, we hope you didn’t miss the fireworks display that was set outdoors, over the Kallang Basin!. No NDP is complete without fireworks and we were in for a treat with an impressive and magnificent display of fireworks, both indoors and outdoor!

4. 3D Projections

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The use of 3D projections for this year’s NDP provided a refreshing experience to the crowd as it was something out of the ordinary NDP acts from the previous years.

Tying in with Singapore’s vision of being a smart city, the 3D projections played a big bulk in the narration of Badang and the Singapore story. This not only greatly helped audiences follow the storyline of the show but also visualize how Singapore would be leading up to SG 100!

5. Kallang Wave

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How can we forget about the Kallang Wave? Since this year’s NDP was held at the National Stadium, it was more than heartwarming to be able to be part of the Kallang Wave after 10 years!

What better way to celebrate our nation pride than to do the Kallang Wave during the nation’s 51st birthday!

6. An Inclusive Singapore

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A heartening segment of this year’s NDP was to bring out the importance of inclusiveness in Singapore. A nation is only as strong as its weakest link and as Singapore progresses, it is also crucial for us to unite as a country that does not leave anyone behind.

This year’s inaugural introduction of a song singing segment saw both audience and performers singing our National Day favorites in unison. Sweetheart, Neoh Yew Kim from the Singapore Association for the Deaf performed along with 150 volunteer with special needs.

It was definitely a joyous occasion to see the whole stadium in hearty grins, singing and signing along.

Of course with a brand new venue, there would be things that we miss from previous National Day Parades!

Extravagant outdoor fireworks!

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Unfortunately, due to the stadium’s design, the audience had restricted view for the array of outdoor fireworks display. As one of the highlight of the NDP, it is understandable that many may be disappointed with the limited view of fireworks.

However, with the grand indoor fireworks addition to this year’s parade, I am sure that the audience still appreciated the firework display to usher in our country’s 51st birthday!

We miss you – Red Lions, Aerial Show and Mobile Column

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The annual Red Lions parachute display, also a highlight at every year’s NDP, was sadly not part of this year’s NDP due to safety reasons. Admittedly, we love to watch the Red Lions parachute performance as they take their jump from above! We definitely miss this exciting parachute display and hope that in the coming year, they would continue to be a part of the NDP tradition!

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Another yearly tradition and one of the most exciting segments of the parade, we’re missing the loud thunderous roars and magnificent showcase of the Singapore aircrafts jetting across our sunny sky.

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You may or may not have noticed that the mobile column segment was also not a part of this year’s NDP. While there was no military vehicles that showcased our military might this year, there were still many other refreshing new elements in the show that we thoroughly enjoyed!

More singing!

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Some felt that the singing segment could have been longer! After all, it’s only once in a year where Singaporeans get to sing national day songs with gusto! Our hearts are always warmed by the lyrics of the songs as it speaks about the love we have for our country and people.

Nevertheless, this year’s NDP theme song “Tomorrow’s Here Today” by 53A sings of our hope and dreams in the coming fifty years as our nation tackles new challenges and celebrate our victories together. The pop song is youthful, forward looking and upbeat; we can’t help but sing along with glee when we hear and sing along to the song!

As the song says, “Take a leap and you will fly, With all the wishes that you own, Make your dreams light up the sky, Home is where you’re not alone” we encourage all Singaporeans to live their dreams courageously!

All in all, even though there were some segments that were excluded in this year’s NDP, new additions such as the indoor fireworks, 3D projections, and the use of drones provided a new and different experience for us this National Day.

With this year’s NDP message “Building our Singapore of tomorrow”, it is the first show of the next fifty years as we march together as one united nation!

Lastly, let’s be grateful and recognize the efforts of the organizing committee and everyone who had played a part in making this year’s NDP a successful one :)

We are also glad that we were once again a Major Sponsor in this year’s NDP 2016, supporting them on the online front. You can also check out #NetccentricxNDP2016 for more coverage!

Until next year!

Nuffnang Bloggers NDP Coverage:

Xinlin (@xinlinnn)

Keline (@urbandollsg)

Brenda (@brenwho)

Brianna (@briannawonggg)

Charlotte Lum (@charlottelum)

Shennyyang (@shennyyang)

Ena Teo (@ena_teo)

Esther (@theiceangel)

Audrey Tan (@audt)

Andy Lee (@Sengkangbabies)

Follow us on Dayre if you have not! :)

Madeline Chin
Nuffnang Community Team

Just last month, we were snorkeling with giant clams and soaking up the heat in Davao City with 8 of our Bloggeratis, exploring the eco-adventure side of Philippines.


Our squad onboard the trip – Mongchin, Juli, Clara, Limaran, Shenny, Keline, Charlene and Jason – will be sharing their traventure (travel + adventure) over the next few days, so be sure to stay tuned for more on each of their blogs.

As for us, we will be sharing the things you might not know about Cebu Pacific and Davao City, so read on!

  1. Be sure not to miss out on the quizzes onboard Cebu Pacific!

Did you know, Cebu Pacific is Philippines’ largest airline that entered the aviation industry in March 1996 and pioneered the “low fare, great value” strategy?

We thoroughly enjoyed our flight on Cebu Pacific Air! We love how the airline embraces the Filipino’s culture of fun through their tongue-in-cheek advertisements, their interesting in-flight games (yes, more about that in a bit) and their pre-flight safety demo – dances that easily capture the attention of everyone on board.

Have you seen their punny advertisements?

Capture(Image: Cebu Pacific Air)

The in-flight games are random quizzes that the crew conducts after the take-off. The questions are usually simple trivia related to Philippines or the airline (e.g. how many emergency exits does this aircraft have?), or sing along contests.

These contests are usually held on international and domestic flights (with the exception of late night flights), so be sure to catch out the quizzes to stand a chance to win exclusive CEB merchandises. It’s always nice to join in the fun to minimize any flight jitters you have!

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Our bloggerati bloggers together with the friendliest crews and the hospitable pilots that flew with us.

We even had the opportunity to take small peek into the cockpit, which was an eye-opener!

CEB currently flies to 5 direct Philippines destinations from Singapore including Manila, Clark, Cebu, Iloilo and Davao.

Cebu Pacific Air flies from Singapore to the eco-adventure capital of Davao thrice weekly. Lowest year-round fares start from SGD 182. For bookings and promos, check HERE or call +65-315-80808.

2. Designated smoking corners

As a city with strong focus on eco-tourism, Davao prides itself in keeping the city a clean and eco-friendly place by limiting the smoking areas to small designated smoking areas outside public spaces.

Sometimes these small areas are cordoned off using bamboo sticks and ropes, which was an interesting sight indeed.

Waiting and smoking area

A common question asked is why is such an extreme measure taken to prevent smoking? The anti-smoking ordinance was made, to protect public health and ensure that clean air is provided for the citizens of Davao.

Their studies show that many Filipinos have been affected by health problems caused by tobacco, and this number can be decreased by an immediate action of reducing smoking areas.

3. The paradise is VERY AFFORDABLE land & sea activities – 2 days of fun for under $100!

If you’re on a budget but still want to have a go with land & sea activities, look no further! We had so much fun overcoming our fears up in the air as well as deep in the sea in Davao, all at a very affordable price.

Here are some activities you can consider when you’re there:

a) Eden Nature Park

Eden Nature Park is a place for one to enjoy the flora & fauna in the Philippines – butterfly garden, flower garden and spice garden. But the highlight for us was the sky activities they offer – think sky cycling, ziplining and sky swing!

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Eden Nature Park – prices per pax

Guided shuttle tour- PHP 120

Sky Rider- PHP 150

Sky Cycle- PHP 200

Total “damage”: PHP 470 (approx SGD 14!)

Everyone has their individual fears – of heights or water – and this trip enabled us to set our personal challenges and goals through overcoming our fears.

You too can challenge yourself and we guarantee you’ll not regret the sky experience at Eden!

b) “Taklobo” Giant Clams Tour

After our exhilarating sky activities, we had a go with the sea activities.

Home to the marine life, the Giant Clam Sanctuary on Samal Island is an ongoing conservation Eco-Tourism Project which aims to promote biodiversity preservation, education, tourism & livelihood.





“Taklobo” Giant Clams Tour – prices per pax

Entrance fee- PHP 100

Rental of snorkel gear- PHP 100

Rental of rash guard- PHP 100

Boat rental (up to 12 guests)- PHP 500

Total “damage”: PHP 360 (approx SGD 11!)

It’s a view not to be missed ;)

c) Maxima Aquafun & Canopy Tours

If you’re up for something more exciting, how does a 40m slide into the water sound? Yes you heard it right, the adrenaline rush down the 40m giant slide at Maxima Aquafun is certainly not for the faint-hearted!

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Maxima Aquafun & Canopy Tours

Day tour (Adults)- PHP 300

Day tour (Kids)- PHP 200

*includes lifebelt, tram ride, unlimited use of waterslide, water blob, jumping board and canopy walk on weekends

Total “damage”: PHP 300 (approx SGD 9!)

d) Davao Wildwater Adventure

Our last adventure of the trip was white water rafting along the Davao River – a 13 kilometres journey of being tossed around in the raft at rapids and swimming in the calm river.


Words can’t explain how amazing the experience was.



Midway through the rafting route, with the majestic sight of Mother Nature before us, we stopped over
at a pit stop for lunch and enjoyed the peace & serenity it brought us.

Davao Wildwater Adventure

Package rate of PHP 1700 per pax (minimum of 5 per group)

*includes transportation (From Crocodile Park to Rafting Area and back), lunch and refreshments, use of paddle and boat as well as Raft Guide

Total “damage”: PHP 1700 (approx SGD 50!)

e. Pressure Points Spa

If you ask us what is the best way to end our bloggerati traventure?


Nothing better than a pampering massage of course. At Pressure Points Spa, we were warmly greeted by their hospitable service of the therapists and were also spoilt for choices on the array of services they offer.

Pressure Points Spa

Holistic Body Massage- prices start from PHP 500

Foot massage- prices start from PHP 400

*Other treatments including foot detoxification, ear candling, manicures and pedicures start from PHP 200

Average “damage”: PHP 500 (approx SGD 15!)

All in all, the land, sea as well as the relaxation activities will only cost one less than SGD100. Where else can you get such a fun-filled activities at such an affordable price?! Need we say more?

For accommodations, we were treated with great hospitality at Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Davao and Seda Abreeza Hotel Davao, which were both located right next to convenient huge malls.



Our bloggers are having a giveaway where you can stand a chance to win yourself a pair of air tickets to Davao. Stay tuned to their Instagram accounts to find out how to participate in this contest!

Mongchin (Mongabong)

Juli (Bunbunmakeuptips)

Clara (Explodingbelly)

Limaran (Limaranagustina)

Shenny (Shennyyang)

Keline (Urbandollsg)

Charlene (Charlene22)

Jason (Jasonjuliuslim)

Good luck and MABUHAY!

For more visual updates of the bloggerati traventure, do hop over to #nuffnangsgxcebupacific as well as here for the official photos. Special thanks to Cebu Pacific Air and Philippine Department of Tourism Region (11)- Davao for making this trip possible!

Madeline Chin
Nuffnang Community Team

The year-end holidays are around the corner and if you are fretting on where to go for your next trip, you’ve come to the right place!

Just last month, 8 of our Bloggeratis headed over to East Java, Indonesia for an out-of-this-world experience! You can head over to NuffnangSG’s Official Social Media account to take a look at our photos! :)

  1.   Discover the magnificent view at Kawah Ijen / Ijen Crater

To the locals, Kwah Ijen is believed to be one of the easiest mountains to climb in Indonesia. Think: easy climb for well seasoned locals but probably not for most city dwellers. Unless you’re into regular hiking activities, the climb will actually be challenging, especially for first-time climbers.


We recommend some pre-trip work out sessions to better prep one for the climb!


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At the halfway mark of our trek, we were already covered in dusty volcanic ash from top to toe. The strong gusts of wind brought gathered chunks of ash which were blown constantly in our direction. It was difficult trekking against the grain, but this did not stop us from continuing on our expedition.

All the effort immediately became worth it when we greeted by the sight of the renowned blue volcano flame and the spectacular turquoise sulfur lake.


(Photo: Andy, Sengkangbabies)

“Kawah Ijen is best known for its blue fire. This blue glow, unusual for a volcano, isn’t the lava itself, but is due to the combustion of sulfuric gases in contact with air at temperatures above 360°C.”

Bloggerati boggers Sheila, Charlene and Evonne also shared their insights as rookie climbers at Kawah Ijen. Check out their posts!


Here’re some of our quick tips on climbing Kawah Ijen:

  •         Bring/rent a gas mask as sulphuric gas might be blowing right in your face! Otherwise, at least use a N95 mask.
  •         Wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind dirtying because it’ll be tough getting everything clean after the climb
  •         Bring along a backpack and use headlamps- you’ll need your hands free while you’re climbing to feel around rocks and ensure you don’t fall

Despite having to climb treacherous terrains, we had little to worry about because we were all covered by ACE Insurance.

For your benefit, we’ve worked out a deal with them and they now have a promotion for all travel enthusiasts! You can get 20% off Single Trip Plan* and 10% off Annual Plan at, valid from now till 13 October 2015! (*Not applicable to Basic Plan for Malaysia/ Batam/ Bintan)

  1.   Catch the Sunrise and Crater at Mount Pernajakan (better known as Mt Bromo).

“Mount Bromo is part of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park covering a massive area of 800sq kilometres. The views there are spectacular with the pictureque landscape surrounding the vantage point on Mount Pernajakan (2,770 meters above sea level).“

It was a short drive from Jiwa Jawa Resort (our hotel for the night) to Mount Pernajakan but we left as early as 2.30am. We headed for our secret spot (as told by our guides), away from the main crowd at the observatory shelter and camped for the sunrise from 4.30am.


As the vantage point is usually overcrowded, our guides gave us tips on other good spots to catch the sunrise too!


After the beautiful sunrise, we were brought to the other end of Mr Bromo. It was where we hopped onto a pony tagged to their guides and were brought across Tengger Caldera, Java’s largest barren desert-like sea of sand that is almost 10km long. We sat on the ponies to the foot of the stairs to see the crater of Mount Bromo.

Catch Zoe‘s travelogue for her personal experience and tips on beating the cold while watching the breathtaking sunrise at Mount Pernajakan, and Randy’s picture perfect journey in East Java!

Quick tips on watching the sunrise at Mount Pernajakan:

  •         Have a good wind breaker, wear some heat tech and bring some heat packs because it’s cold all year round, and particularly so during the end of the year
  •         Have protective gear against sand in your face i.e. face mask/scarf, glasses/sunnies
  •         Bring a tripod to capture picturesque landscape photos (the sunrise lasts about 30mins and more)
  1.   Uncover the truth behind Teletubbies Hill and Whispering sand


Teletubbies Hill is inspired from the children’s show, Telebubbies! They have hills similar to where the Telebubbies stayed. And we definitely agree how uncanny the similarities were!

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“The Savana, (also known as Teletubbies Hill) is a place out of the world. If you go at the right time of the year, you’ll be amazed by the green landscape that greets you. It’s the best place for poetic photographs of you and the scenic background.”

Next up!

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(Photo: Jessica, Tippytapp)

The fine grains of the volcanic ash make up the whispering sand – black shimmery powder that glitters in the sun. The whispering sand gets its name from the swooshing, whispering sound when gusts of wind pick up the sand. How interesting is that!

Quick tip for the 2 places:

  •         Have protective gear against sand in your face i.e. face mask/scarf, glasses/sunnies

Our bloggerati,  Jessica also shared her experience at the Savana and Whispering sand, check out what she love about the places!

  1.   Rekindle the inner child in you at Jatim Park 2, Malang City!

Jatim Park 2 is a one-stop-attraction for both recreation and education, where we explored the wildlife kingdom at The Batu Secret Zoo.


The Batu Secret Zoo is not your typical zoo as it presents a unique collection of animals such as endangered white tigers, white lions and rare reptiles. The best part of it all is that you get be up close and personal with the animals through feeding and intimate photo taking sessions.


How often do you get to feed a giraffe?

Jatim Park 2 is an all-in-one combination of a zoo, a bird park as well as an underwater aquarium! It definitely brought out the inner child in us as we all had a great time exploring and learning about the wildlife.

Being a father of 4, Andy ranked Jatim Park 2 as one of the TOP places to go in East Java. Shenny on the other hand enjoyed her chance to get up-close and personal with the many animals in the zoo. Check out their upcoming posts!

Quick tips on a day out at Jatim Park 2:

  •         Apply generous sunscreen on your face, neck and body to avoid sunburn
  •         Keep your hands free and have a go at petting the animals or feeding them
  •         Jatim Park 2 is H U G E so be sure to spare a full day to cover this wildlife park
  1.   Explore Museum Angkut

Museum Angkut is a modern transportation museum, first of its kind in Indonesia and Asia, that is a fair mix of art and culture. For all transportation lovers (be it air, land or water), be prepared to be wowed by the scale of the museum and and kinds of transportation they have!


We felt like we time travelled from the beginning of time as we saw old transportation devices and watched them evolve as we walked through the museum to recent motor vehicles.


The attraction also includes a Museum Angkut Plus Movie Star Studio which showcases various landscapes and exotic building models replicated from across continental Europe to the Americas.


One can look forward to settings from Las Vegas, Hollywood, London and even the United States White House!


Quick tips for a visit at Museum Angkut:

  •         There is a fee of 30,000RP for per camera (DSLR, digital camera and even gopro or action camera equivalent) in Museum Angkut. To save cost, just use 1 camera among everyone visiting! Just be sure to have enough battery to last the whole day
  •         Allocate at least a day to complete the place as there are many things to explore

Our adventure in Indonesia was such a memorable one as we ventured to off-the-beaten-track locations in East Java. If you would like to go on the same trip with us, we have some good news!

Garuda Indonesia 

Garuda Indonesia has extended this wonderful Indonesia air ticket promotion to all our readers. At only SGD$350 (all inclusive), you get to travel via Garuda Indonesia like we did.

The flight to Indonesia will be as follows: Singapore – Denpasar (Bali) – Banyuwangi, and the return flight will depart from Surabaya – Singapore. Booking period is from now till 31 October 2015 and travel dates run from now till March 2016!

Here’s how! Simply quote, “GANuffnang” when booking at Garuda ticketing office (101 Thomson Road #12-03 United Square) or via the reservation hotline 6250 2888 J Be sure to book your tickets before the promotion ends!


We had an enjoyable flight experience thanks to the seamless transit and the pleasant in-flight comfort and service. Garuda Indonesia is an award winning airline with the World’s Best Airline Cabin Staff’ in 2015 and 2014, ‘World’s Best Economy Class’ in 2013.

Of course, you might be skeptical in travelling alone with no prior experience in climbing mountains. We got that covered for you! :)

Ministry of Tourism, Republic of Indonesia 

On top of the flight promos, you can get a full land tour package like ours, sit back and relax leave your worries to the guides, you can get them by contacting Trisno from Diorama Travel Management at

Finally, we would like to thank everyone who made this memorable and amazing trip possible for us.


Madeline Chin
Nuffnang Community Team

cineCinesleisure’s Next Online Sensation is back for the 4th year running and this time it’s bigger and dare we say, better than ever. The contest seeks to identify personalities that have a passion and flair for social media and in representing the different facets of Cineleisure orchard to the youth.

Starting from the 21st of March, challenges will span across 4 different categories ranging from food & entrepreneurship, video and virality, and red carpet ready. Did we mention that one of the challenges is an outfit of the day showcase? If this sounds right up your alley, check out for more information!


Besides being a platform for contestants to showcase their skills and potential, there are also generous prizes up for grabs, with the champion walking away with $2,000 worth of cash prizes and a dedicated result advertisement space in Cathay Cineleisure Orchard for one month. The list goes on, with 5 categories where contestants can walk away with various awards and prizes. 3

This year, the panel of judges include the biggest names in the blogosphere; Xiaxue, one of the most popular female bloggers in Asia Pacific.

Joining the crew is Jayne, who chronicles her daily musings and adventures at, so hop over to see what she has to say about being a judge for CNOS here( hyperlink: )!.

Rounding up the panel is the effusive Don Richmond; not only is he a singer, songwriter, composer and music producer, the talented man still finds time to host over at


With the deadline for registration on 7 March, head over to NOW for your very own chance to live out the social media dream.

See you at the finals!

Madeline Chin
Nuffnang Community Team


The highly anticipated Thriller directly from West End London will be coming to Asia for the very first time. “The Legend Live On” will be live in Malaysia at the Putra Indoor Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from March 19th till 25th 2015!

Events / Thriller

Seen by millions of fans around the world, this musical celebration has visited 28 different countries! This two hour musical will tell a story of Michael Jackson’s illustrious 45 years in the musical industry with powerful and eye-catching visuals, the nostalgic tunes and the ever-hyper cast and crew members!

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Witness Michael Jackson’s everlasting performances like Smooth CriminalBillie JeanBeat It, and even songs from his Jackson 5 days like ABC and his trademark Moonwalk and gravity defying 45 degree lean!

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Don’t miss out on this! Even the cast and crew of Thriller are excited as to what’s in store for them in Malaysia.  For more information, hop over to Milestone Productions Facebook Page now.

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And if you’ve always been a huge fan of Michael Jackson, we have some good news for you! Nuffnang is proud to be the Official Social Media Partner for Thriller Live in Malaysia, and we are giving away 3 pairs of CAT B tickets (worth RM$602) so you can catch it live in Malaysia*.

Here’s what you need to do to win the pair of tickets, simply:

1. LIKE and SHARE our Facebook Post

2. Leave a COMMENT in the Facebook post and share with us what’s your all-time favorite Michael Jackson’s move!

Contest ends SUNDAY 22 Feb 2015, 11.59PM. (pssst. Share this with you love ones to increase your chance of winning!)

*Terms and Conditions

  1. Please ensure your Facebook posting is set to PUBLIC.
  2. Multiple entries will be accepted but duplicates will be disqualified.
  3. Each winner is only entitled to one pair of tickets only.
  4. Judges decisions are final and organizer reserves the right to alter the mechanics without prior notice.
  5. Flight and accommodation will not be provided
  6. Terms and Conditions may change without prior notice

#ThrillerLiveMalaysia, #NuffnangxThriller and #NuffnangSG

Good Luck!

Amantha Koh
Nuffnang Community Team



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