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Astro Oasis
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Broadcast areaMalaysia
HeadquartersKuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Picture format16:9 HDTV (1080i)
Launched7 September 2007 (Indonesia)
13 October 2007 (Malaysia, SD)
1 October 2014 (HyppTV)
14 January 2019 (HD)
Closed20 Oct 2008 (Indonesia)
August 2016 (HyppTV)
12 April 2021 (SD) (Astro)
1 April 2022 (HD) (Kristal-Astro)
myFreeviewChannel 156 (HD) (available on 21 November 2022)

Astro Oasis is a Malaysian television station owned and operated by Astro. The channel broadcasts Islamic-related programmes. Its highest rated program is the reality TV series, Imam Muda.[1]

Astro Oasis is currently available for free-to-view on Astro and NJOI in Malaysia on Channel 106 (HD).


Variety shows


Animated and Kids


  1. ^ Yoong, Sean (2 August 2010). "Reality show concludes hunt for 'ultimate young imam'". The Independent. Independent Print Limited. Retrieved 1 August 2010.