Staying at home doesn’t have to be boring and unproductive. Unleash your creativity and produce a music video that describes your dream vacation with your family after the Movement Control Order (MCO) is over.
Win prizes by strutting your talent in singing, playing musical instruments and short sketches. Let’s be part of #CutiCutiAtHome and #CutiCutiMalaysia! This contest ends on 09 June 2020. Please read the Terms & Conditions for more information.
Grand Prize X 3
Second Prize X 3
Third Prize X 3
10 Consolation Prizes X 3
|Cuti - Cuti Malaysia (Minus One)|
|Cuti - Cuti Malaysia (With Vocal)|
|Visit Truly Asia Malaysia (English)|
|Visit Truly Asia Malaysia (Malay)|
|Visit Truly Asia Malaysia (Instrumental)|
|Visit Truly Asia Malaysia (Minus One - English)|
|Visit Truly Asia Malaysia (Minus One - Malay)|
|Cuti - Cuti Malaysia (Key C)|
|Cuti - Cuti Malaysia (Key G)|
|Visit Truly Asia Malaysia (Key C - English)|
|Visit Truly Asia Malaysia (Key C - Malay)|
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Online Tourism Music Video Contest MCO 2020
The closing date of the contest has been extended to 09 June 2020.
Contestants are welcome to submit as many entries as they wish. The higher the number of submissions, the higher your chances of winning the contest.
No, one contestant will only be entitled to win one prize.
Submissions must be made through the Online Contest Form available on our website www.malaysia.travel .Contestants must use Facebook or Instagram as the platform to upload the music videos.
Yes, contestants may send in their entries through Facebook or Instagram accounts that belong to their immediate family members, provided that the accounts are authentic.
If you wish, you may use TikTok to produce your music video. However, submissions must be made via Facebook or Instagram only. Please also take note that the minimum duration required for the music video is two (2) minutes.
The music videos produced for this contest should not exceed 4 minutes and 15 seconds.
The music video must be in Bahasa Malaysia or English. It must also contain one of our two theme songs, either ‘Cuti Cuti Malaysia’ or ‘Visit Truly Asia Malaysia”. If you wish to feature other music clips in addition to the theme song, please ensure that the music is royalty-free.
No, all music videos must be produced/filmed/recorded at home in line with the ongoing Movement Control Order (MCO). Contestants may use footage from a travel video (around Malaysia) that was recorded prior to the MCO, but the footage should not exceed 1/4 of the entire video content. The balance (3/4 of the content) should be filmed indoors. Contestants can also use footage from our Malaysia Truly Asia YouTube channel.
No, the contestant should bear the full cost of producing this video.