Motorhome dream come true | The Star
TO MAKE his lifelong dream of proudly owning a motorhome come true, retiree Dr Ridzuan Ramli spent a part of his pension cash to purchase an imported leisure automobile (RV) from Japan price RM150,000.
The 59-year-old former analysis officer on the Malaysian Palm Oil Board opted for early retirement final yr as a result of he couldn’t wait any longer to go travelling in his personal motorhome along with his spouse.
“I purchased a Toyota Camroad 2.8 Diesel Turbo motorhome.
“To date, Besut is the farthest location I’ve visited with my spouse,” he mentioned when met on the “Camper Rally Terengganu 2022” occasion at Dendong Seaside which gathered 76 motorhomes and caravans from all through the nation.
Sharing his ardour is 51-year-old businessman from Setiu, Wan Sharudin Wan Latif, who spent about RM500,000 on an imported motorhome from the UK final yr.
Wan Sharudin mentioned he and his household had travelled to all of the states in peninsular Malaysia of their motorhome.
“We plan to journey round Europe in our motorhome after the Covid-19 pandemic subsides,” he added.
In the meantime, Malaysia Campervan and Motorhome Affiliation (PCMM) president Farman Othman mentioned the homeowners of the automobiles selected Dendong Seaside because the venue for his or her fourth gathering due to the gorgeous surroundings.
“Our first camper gathering in Langkawi in 2021 drew 46 RVs.
“This was adopted by gatherings in Seremban, Negri Sembilan (56 automobiles) and Kedah (22 automobiles),” mentioned Farman.
He mentioned the programme was a collaboration between PCMM and the Terengganu authorities by the Terengganu Entrepreneur Improvement Basis.
He mentioned the RVs on the occasion had been of assorted manufacturers, with the automobiles price RM50,000 and above. They’re outfitted with beds, kitchen and bathroom. — Bernama