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IF you want to have some fun and win cash prizes, why not make a trip to Langkawi at the end of this month? Berita Harian is organising the Langkawi International Fishing Tournament for two days, beginning on June 30.
You may participate in the overnight category or the Sunday morning competition by the beach.
There's RM65,000 in cash prizes awaiting the lucky and skilful angler. The competition is under the patronage of the Langkawi Development Authority, whose chief executive officer, Tan Sri Khalid Ramli, is going all out to turn the island into a world-class tourist destination.
Sign up by filling the forms in Berita Harian's weekly pullout Joran, distributed every Friday.
You may also get details by calling or sending text messages to 0193141642 (Hazrul) and 0193143664 (Zulhilmi). Enjoy!