MIFC 2008 – Team Malaysia

Malaysia International Fireworks Competition 2008 – MIFC is currently being held at PICC, Putrajaya. There are 5 teams in this fireworks competition namely Malaysia, China, Spain, Canada and Australia. Being the host for a second consecutive year, team Malaysia was the first to display fireworks last night on 12th August 08.
Unlike the previous year, there won’t be any tickets sold this year. Entrance to [tag]PICC[/tag] to witness the [tag]firework[/tag] display is totally free! Even shuttle buses are provided to transfer spectators from the car park to PICC. Each firework display will last about 20-25 minutes and it was a dazzling performance by team [tag]Malaysia[/tag]!

Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia

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Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia

The schedule for [tag]MIFC[/tag] 2008 is as follow:

  1. Team Malaysia – August 12 (Tuesday)
  2. Team China – August 16 (Saturday)
  3. Team Canada – August 20 (Wednesday)
  4. Team Spain – August 24 (Sunday)
  5. Team Australia + Grand Finale – August 29 (Friday)

For sure I will catch China’s firework performance this weekend. There’s no excuse to miss [tag]Malaysia International Fireworks Competition[/tag]! Do come early at about 7pm even though the fireworks will only start at 9.30pm. You would surely want to grab the nicest spot possible in PICC to capture the firework lol.

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Malaysia International Fireworks Competition 2008 – MIFC is currently being held at PICC, Putrajaya. There are 5 teams in this fireworks competition namely Malaysia, China, Spain, Canada and Australia. Being the host for a second consecutive year, team Malaysia was the first to display fireworks last night on 12th August 08.
Unlike the previous year, there won’t be any tickets sold this year. Entrance to [tag]PICC[/tag] to witness the [tag]firework[/tag] display is totally free! Even shuttle buses are provided to transfer spectators from the car park to PICC. Each firework display will last about 20-25 minutes and it was a dazzling performance by team [tag]Malaysia[/tag]!

Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia

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Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia
Putrajaya Firework Competition MIFC Malaysia

The schedule for [tag]MIFC[/tag] 2008 is as follow:

  1. Team Malaysia – August 12 (Tuesday)
  2. Team China – August 16 (Saturday)
  3. Team Canada – August 20 (Wednesday)
  4. Team Spain – August 24 (Sunday)
  5. Team Australia + Grand Finale – August 29 (Friday)

For sure I will catch China’s firework performance this weekend. There’s no excuse to miss [tag]Malaysia International Fireworks Competition[/tag]! Do come early at about 7pm even though the fireworks will only start at 9.30pm. You would surely want to grab the nicest spot possible in PICC to capture the firework lol.

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14 Comments on “MIFC 2008 – Team Malaysia

  1. Only if I have a tripod, I will go.. sigh…

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  2. hey… vkeong.. u r so expert la….. ont only on food.. on firework too…

    ya… if u can shot it without tripod… then we can pray u liao… hahahhaha

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  3. hey you are really very fast, I love Malaysia because the country is very clean , the population of this country is very less but there in improvement is high , I like the malaysian people hark work , and cleaning .. Malaysia truly Asia.

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  4. i thought is Olympic ler… n didn’t know there are such kind of competition in Malaysia. Thanks for sharing, n photos nicely taken.

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  5. C K

    Is that the build up to Malaysia’s National Day, which is at the end of the month? Really an impressive display there!

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  6. such a beautiful display….and such great photography skills you have!!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  7. BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS!!! Moments of beauty caught on camera… Wonderful

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  8. Wow… Got firework again lo. Must be our national day coming lo. :D

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  9. i thought that day you complaint of not getting many good shots…but overall it’s nice ma…next one need to reduce the exposure a bit….

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  10. Wow! really really nice shot.

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  11. Hi, I have read your posting. You have made very good stuff. For Malaysia International Fireworks Competition 2008. You have written it in very detail,and pictures that is very very nice. I have seen a very good website which provides very good information related to travels and tours trips for indian Traveler guideline including Specilly rajasthan tours with Pushkar Fair in this winter.

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  12. Qiqi

    every fireworks starts at 9.30??
    any1 reply me i wil b very happy n thank u ^^
    pls reply me asap coz i mayb wil b goin tmr
    my parents wanna check on de time
    thanks again~

    vk: Qiqi, yes for team Malaysia the fireworks started at 9.30pm. But for China, Spain and Canada, they all started at 10pm. For tomorrow’s finale, I think it will start at 10pm too. But to be sure, please be there before 9.30pm

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  14. Wow~ the firework so nice!

    Hope this year can be the better one compared to last yr :)

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