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Screen Location : Jalan Panglima Awang, Taman I-Lagenda, Melaka (Nearby Aeon Melaka Sentral)

Screening Hour : 18 hours from 6.30am to 12.30am

Daily Exposures : Minimum 135
Monthly Exposures : Minimum 4,050

Content Cycle : Estimation 8 min / loop

​Size : 17'(H) x  24'(W)

Pixel : 1024 x 768

File Format : AVI, MP4, WMV

GPS Coordinate : 2.216167, 102.247750


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The screen is located at the high traffic at Jalan Panglima Awang. This screen is located in between the shopping complex which is Tesco and Aeon Bandaraya Melaka. The screen is targeting traffic entering to the shopping malls. Thus, a lot of people will notice the big and bright LED screen.



​The LED screen is situated along the street towards AEON. Passersby that are going towards AEON are able to view the LED screen. LED screen advertising is among one of the effective marketing communication tools to raise brand awareness to the target audience.


​Digital screen for advertising is a great way for advertising purposes. The bright and vivid display is able to grab the attention of passerby instantly. The video images of LED screen advertising can raise a strong visual effect which draws the attention of every passerby to watch. The LED advertising screens help businesses to pass on their message to new individuals which will increase the customer base.

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The state of Malacca covers an area of 1,664 km2 (642 sq mi). It sits upon the southwestern coast of the Malay Peninsula opposite Sumatra, with the state of Negeri Sembilan to the north and west and Johor to the east. Malacca is situated roughly two-thirds of the way down the west coast, 148 km (92 mi) south of Kuala Lumpur and commands a central position on the Straits of Malacca. With the exception of some of its small hills, Malacca is generally a lowland area with average elevation below 50 meters above sea level.

In 2016, Malacca become the safest place to live in Malaysia. The state crime rates dropped by 15.5 per cent in 2017 with 3,096 cases recorded compared to 3,663 in 2016. Malacca recorded a gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 8.1% in 2017, the second highest in the country after Sabah. Services sector remained the main contributor to the state’s economy at 44.8% of GDP. The GDP per capita also expanded 11.2% to RM46,015 in 2017, surpassing the national-level figure of RM42,228. The State Socioeconomic Report 2017 published on July 26, 2018 reported that Malacca was the state that recorded the lowest unemployment rate in 2017 with only 1.0 percent.

Each group upholds their tradition and it is reflected in their food, religion customs, festivals, culture, design, application, jewellery and handicrafts. Among the unique Melaka culture is Dondang Sayang which is recognized by UNESCO. Dondang Sayang is a traditional Malay art still practised in Melaka by four communities: the Malay, Baba Nyonya, Chitty and Portuguese communities. The practice combines elements of music (violins, gongs and tambourines or the tambour), songs and chants, and features melodious strains of poetry. Also known as love ballads, the songs are used by communities to convey feelings of love and give advice on special topics such as love and kindness. For food, Malacca received recognition from the World Street Food Congress for Nyonya Siamese Noodles (34th) and Coolie Street Satay (43rd). 
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