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Malaysia Announce NEW International Fireworks Competition

Malaysia Announce NEW International Fireworks Competition

In the news today is information about a forthcoming new SIFC (Sabah International Firework Competition) being held in Malaysia this September 2014.

The teams will be from:

• United Kingdom
• United States of America
• China
• Japan
• France
• Australia
• Finland
• Thailand

The event brings together professional teams from around the world who will compete against one another with musically synchronised displays of light and colour.

Alongside the fireworks competition, people attending can look forward to the SIFC Bazaar offering authentic Sabahan and Malaysian arts, crafts and food concessions which will be selling local and international delicacies.

The event, being held over a 16 day period from the 1st to the 16th September will comprise of 4 competition nights where two teams will battle it out daily and 2 display nights in time to conclude for the celebrations for ‘Malaysia Day’.

The area of Tabjug Lipat Beach and Malaysia have continued to benefit from increased tourism in the area and Sabah is brimming with exotic wildlife and beautiful flowers and trees alongside the crystal clear waters and thanks to the development in the region, has its fair share of World Class resorts on offer.

We will of course bring you more details on the competitors as soon as they become available.

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