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No Undewear Party a Big No-No

‘A sex party is against our culture and religion and if it went on, it would damage the country’s reputation worldwide,’ Tourism Minister Azalina Othman said according to the New Straits Times newspaper.

Malaysian authorities have condemned rumoured plans for a New Year’s Eve sex party at a remote beach, while police warned the ‘no-underwear’ event could be a con job.

Newspaper reports said the party for the under-40s, to be held in southern Johor state bordering Singapore, was being advertised through a website that asked for 250 ringgit (72 dollars) as an entrance fee.

Party organisers had reportedly said that male guests were banned from wearing briefs to the event, while women were only permitted to wear G-string underwear which had to be removed after midnight.

‘The idea of organising such a party is far-fetched but the state Religious Department and local councils have all been informed,’ he told the New Straits Times, adding that authorities would be on alert.

P/S: WHOA~ (O.o) Happy 2009 New Year’s Eve~


Happy New Year!

Don’t know where to go for this New Year’s Eve celebration? well then, taken from the, come celebrate and have an unforgettable time at one of these top 10 New Year’s Eve Parties in the world. People from all walks of life travel many miles to party at these events each year. Join them and raise your glass to toast to 2009!

Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is a beautiful city and an excellent choice for celebrating. Remember to bring a jacket since temperatures are around 30F degrees, but this will give you another reason to stop by one of the many pubs to warm up. Bring your own fireworks or behold the many fireworks on Charles Bridge. You might want to bring earplugs.

Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh’s Hogmanay street party is one of the top New Year’s Eve parties in the world because the party packages are affordable and you get to drink some of the best whiskey the world has to offer. The Concert in the Gardens will feature performances by Paolo Nutini, The Hoosiers and Friendly Fires. Wild parties, parades, fireworks, concerts and much more!

Paris, France
The Eiffel Tower and the Champs Elysses are where crowds gather around to celebrate New Year’s Eve. The Metro is free and will be very packed. People bring their own fireworks and shoot them so it can be a little dangerous, but it’s a beautiful and fun night.

Barcelona, Spain
Dance the year away with the locals at one of the many clubs in Barcelona. Don’t forget to eat 12 grapes for good luck for the New Year as many Spaniards do before midnight. Barcelona’s celebrations last all night long.

Sydney, Australia
Be amongst the first to see the New Year by going to a New Year’s Eve party in Sydney, Australia. You can party by the water or in a pub with locals. Watch the fireworks in warm weather since it’ll be summer in Sydney.

Tokyo, Japan
Many people celebrate in Tokyo by making a wish at shrines such as the Meiji Shrine. The Zojoji Temple Countdown is where visitors fly balloons and pray for happiness and peace. Trains do run a little longer for festivities, but stop from 2 am to 4am.

Rio, Brazil
Celebrate beachside where over two million people gather at one of the largest New Year’s Eve Parties in the world. It’s summer time in Brazil so you can enjoy a hot summer night with beach beauties.

Austin, Texas
Austin is known for its nightlife and its annual First Night Austin celebration is family friendly and offers great food, music and dancing. The streets are filled with people and the fireworks and art on display make this a favorite event.

Las Vegas, Nevada
Celebrate at one of Vegas’ clubs, hotels, bars, casinos or catch and amazing show. The strip is crowded with thousands of people celebrating together. Traffic can be hectic and crazy so try to get to the strip early since police blocks off the roads for a block party to remember.

Niagra Falls
This beautiful natural setting is what makes celebrating New Year’s Eve 2009 at Niagra Falls memorable. Watch a spectacular fireworks display over the Niagra Falls at midnight. This event is amazing and best of all it’s free!