Date: 8 & 9 July 2017
Time: 10am to 6pm
Venue: Perdana Ballroom 1,2,3,4, Bayan Ballroom 1 & 2 @Cititel Penang
Malaysia Miniature Hobby Show is brought to you by World Hobby Miniatures and Hong Kong Model with the dedication to promote scale hobby modelling. The event aims to attract all hobbyists from South East Asia Region and other parts of the world to get together and exchange knowledge and skills on hobby modelling.
This year, MMHS will feature a modelling competition which is “Malaysia Competition” or MALCOM. This will be the 1st ever South East Asia miniature model competition to be held in the region. There will be 16 International judges from different countries coming to judge the built models.
The theme of the show is mainly on military but a new category “Automobile” is introduced to the show. Modelers from the Automobile modelling clubs will showcase models such as car model, motorcycle model and truck models. This show aims to provide our local scale plastic model builders an opportunity to meet, share ideas, and to learn from other hobbyists around the world. Besides that, it also serves as a platform for them to showcase their works.
On the other hand, there will be an exhibition of famous international Hobby Manufacturer from 14 countries who will showcase and launch their new products at MMHS. This exhibition has attracted international modelers and enthusiasts across the world. More than 16 international hobby modelling clubs from 16 countries will be displaying their miniature models in this hobby show. In addition to that, there will be a world class hobby modeler from Japan, Spain, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia who will perform daily demonstration workshops on painting miniature models and figure sculpting.
The show is free of admission and open to anyone who shares the same passion and interest in scale models. Moreover, 25 goodies bags will be given to early-birds during the 2 days event but with first come first serve basis.
Should you require further information on this event, kindly contact Mr Ming at 012- 4977712.