Monday, October 18, 2010

2010 Universal Chinese Sports Sarawak Open Chess Championship (17-19 Dec 2010) - change of venue

Message from the organisers:-

We are sorry we have to change the tournament venue from Kingwood Hotel to Premier Hotel, Jalan Kampung Nyabor, Sibu. All other things such as schedules, fees, rules etc. remain the same.

Premier Hotel has offered our participants the following rates:

         RM110 nett per room per night in single or double deluxe room (without breakfast)

         RM 115 nett per room per night in single deluxe room (with breakfast)

         RM130 nett per room per night in double deluxe room (with breakfast)

Please contact Premier Hotel at 084-323222 and specify that you are participating in the Sarawak Open Chess Championship.

There are several budget hotels nearby such as:

         Royal Inn (084-336644)  -  2 single-bed room RM50 - RM55

                 2 double-bed room RM70 - RM90

         Garden Hotel (084-317888)  - 2 single-bed standard room RM86.25 - RM97.75

                      Deluxe Queen Bed room RM103.50

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