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Programme Highlights

  • 27 November 2015 (Friday)
    Seminar Day 1 (8am-5pm)
    Welcome Dinner (7pm-9pm)
  • 28 November 2015 (Saturday)
    Seminar Day 2 (8am-5pm)
    Governor's Banquet Dinner (7pm-11pm)
    Spouse Programme (10am-5pm)
  • 29 November 2015 (Sunday)
    Seminar Day 3 (8am-12pm)
    Vist to 27th Pan Borneo Community Project
    Farewell Lunch (1pm-2pm)
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    Latest Highlights

    Registration Fees & Meal Coupon
    Description Price/Pax
    Early Bird Promo - Delegate
    (on or before 15 October 2015)
    RM 400.00
    Early Bird Promo - Spouse
    (on or before 15 October 2015)
    RM 350.00
    Normal Registration - Delegate
    (after 15 October 2015)
    RM 450.00
    Normal Registration - Spouse
    (after 15 October 2015)
    RM 400.00
    Golf Tournament
    (27 November 2015)
    RM 280.00
    Normal Registration - Spouse
    (after 15 September 2015)
    RM 400.00
    Add-On : Meals Voucher
    Welcome Dinner RM 80.00
    Governors Banquet RM 80.00
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