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Made-in-Malaysia festival in celebration of Malaysia Day
AIRASIA Foundation and REXKL are set to celebrate Malaysia Day with a free admission festival titled Made-in-Malaysia on Sept 14 and 15.
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RM28.1b from lifestyle and shopping activities of foreign tourists
NILAI: Lifestyle and shopping activities of foreign tourists were the biggest contributors to the tourism sector’s earnings last year, at RM28.1 billion or 33.4%.
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Lifestyle and shopping activities of foreign tourists rake in RM28.1 billion
NILAI (Sept 12): Lifestyle and shopping activities of foreign tourists were the biggest contributors to the tourism sector’s earnings last year, at RM28.1 billion or 33.4 percent.
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Lifestyle and shopping activities of foreign tourists rake in RM28.1b, says deputy minister
NILAI, Sept 12 — Lifestyle and shopping activities of foreign tourists were the biggest contributors to the tourism sector’s earnings last year, at RM28.1 billion or 33.4 per cent.
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Marvel superheroes take to Putrajaya’s streets
PUTRAJAYA: Captain America, Black Panther, Thor and Captain Marvel were among 15,000 people who took to the streets of the federal administrative centre tonight for the first Marvel Run in Malaysia.
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VM2020 official song boasts traditional instruments and beats
KUALA LUMPUR: In keeping with its “Truly Asia” tagline, the official song of Visit Malaysia 2020 features an exciting mix of traditional instruments and interesting beats.
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M’sia is getting more popular
KUALA LUMPUR: Tourists are sta­ying longer and spending more in Malaysia, with Saudi Arabia as the nation with the highest expendi­ture per capita, says...
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30 international media reps in ‘Summertime In Malaysia’ programme
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 3 — Thirty international media representatives from 11 countries are in Malaysia to participate in a familiarisation programme themed "It’s Summertime in Malaysia-Let’s go to ...
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Visit M'sia 2020 targets scaled down after 2014 triple plane tragedies
KUALA LUMPUR: The Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM2020) target of 30mil tourist arrivals and RM100bil in tourism receipts has been scaled down from a much higher figure...
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Food and cultural fair to be held in Beijing
BEIJING: There is no sincerer love than the love of food, a famous Irish playwright once said.
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Travel industry wants state-by-state tourism numbers
LANGKAWI: Local travel industry operators want the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry to break down the tourism arrivals by states and to include other demographics, including age groups.
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PAL celebrates with Malaysians
PETALING JAYA: Philippine Airlines (PAL), the oldest airline in Asia with 78 years of operations, has come on board to support the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2019...
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829,787 Thai tourists visited Malaysia Jan-May 2019
BANGKOK: A total of 829,787 Thai tourists visited Malaysia in the first five months of 2019.
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Fama targets RM150,000 in sales during state-level carnival
Shahid (centre) and other officials join the top puzzle games contestants in a photo-call.
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Tourists spent RM41.69b in Malaysia in the first half of 2019
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 23): Malaysia’s tourist receipts grew 6.8% year-on-year (y-o-y) to RM41.69 billion during the first half of the year (1H19), compared with RM39 billion in the corresponding period ...
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Tourism contributes RM41.69b to Malaysian economy in first half 2019
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 23 — Malaysia welcomed a whopping 13.35 million international tourists and recorded a 6.8 per cent growth in tourist receipts from a year ago, thus contributing RM41.69 billion to ...
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Tourism contributes RM41.69b to Malaysia’s economy in Jan-June
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia has recorded RM41.69 billion in tourism revenue for the period from January to June this year, an increase of 6.8% from RM39 billion recorded in the corresponding period last year.
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Tourism contributed RM41.69b to Malaysia’s economy in Jan-June, says minister
PUTRAJAYA, Aug 23 — Malaysia has recorded RM41.69 billion in tourism revenue for the period of January to June this year, an increase of 6.8 per cent from RM39 billion recorded in the corresponding ...
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Tourism contributes RM41.69 billion to Malaysia's economy from Jan-June
Malaysia has recorded RM41.69 billion in tourism revenue for the period of January to June this year, an increase of 6.8 percent from RM39 billion recorded in the corresponding period last year.
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Tourism Malaysia ties up with Expedia
PUTRAJAYA: Tourism Malaysia has inked a deal with American travel company Expedia Group which will see both sides collaborate to boost tourism promotion to Malaysia.
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Tourism Malaysia partners Expedia to boost international tourist arrivals
PUTRAJAYA (Aug 20): Tourism Malaysia is partnering with global travel platform Expedia Group for two key tourism collaborations, in efforts to drive international tourist arrivals to Malaysia in the c...
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Mah Sing all out to woo HK property buyers
KUALA LUMPUR: As Malaysia’s housing overhang continues to increase and Hong Kong’s violent anti-government protests prolong, Malaysian developers are making a beeline for Hong Kong
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Big interest in S P Setia properties
PETALING JAYA: The heightening uncertainties in Hong Kong are sending more investors and potential home buyers from there to hunt for safe haven real estate, especially for post retirement in MalaysiaPETALING JAYA: The heightening uncertainties in Hong Kong are sending more investors and potential home buyers from there to hunt for safe haven real estate, especially for post retirement in Malaysia
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Number of Chinese tourists to Malaysia increasing
PETALING JAYA (Aug 9): China’s recent economic slowdown has not seemed to curtail its citizens from holidaying abroad, and Malaysia has been one of the beneficiairies of it.
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Tourism Ministry sec-gen grilled by MACC again (Updated)
PUTRAJAYA: Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry secretary-general Datuk Isham Ishak was called up by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) today to have his statement recorded.
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Tourism Minister confirms MACC probe into sec-gen
Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi on Wednesday confirmed that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) had called the ministry’s secretary-general, Datuk Isham Ishak,...
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Mohamaddin confirms MACC called sec-gen to testify
PUTRAJAYA: Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry secretary-general Datuk Isham Ishak was called up by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) today to have his statement recorded.
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Tourism ministry sec-gen under MACC probe
PUTRAJAYA: The tourism, arts and culture ministry’s secretary-general is currently being investigated by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), its minister Mohamaddin Ketapi confirmed tod...
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Govt stepping up VMY2020 drive, says tourism minister
PUTRAJAYA: The tourism, arts and culture ministry has denied claims that Visit Malaysia Year 2020 (VMY2020) is not being actively promoted.
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Indonesians contributed RM2.8 bil to Malaysian tourism in 2018
JAKARTA: Indonesian tourists have become the third-largest group of foreigners contributing to the Malaysian tourism industry after Singapore and China.
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Indonesians contributed RM2.8b to Malaysian tourism in 2018
JAKARTA: Indonesian tourists have become the third largest group of foreigners contributing to the Malaysian tourism industry after Singapore and China.
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Indonesians contribute RM2.8b to Malaysian tourism in 2018
JAKARTA, July 28 — Indonesian tourists have become the third largest group of foreigners contributing to the Malaysian tourism industry after Singapore and China.
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Four million Indonesian tourists expected in 2020
JAKARTA: An estimated four million Indonesian tourists are expected to visit Malaysia in conjunction with Visit Malaysia 2020, according to Tourism Malaysia.
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Tourism Malaysia: Four million Indonesian tourists expected for Visit Malaysia 2020
JAKARTA, July 27 — An estimated four million Indonesian tourists are expected to visit Malaysia in conjunction with Visit Malaysia 2020, according to Tourism Malaysia.
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Party strife will not affect govt: Wan Azizah (Updated)
PUTRAJAYA: The internal PKR dispute between Anwar Ibrahim and Azmin Ali will not affect the administration of the government, says Pakatan Harapan president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah.
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Dr M: Be hospitable to our visitors
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said to ensure the campaign’s success, Tourism Malaysia has partnered with several private sector corporations to implement marketing and promotional activitie...
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Prioritise domestic tourism as we woo foreign visitors, says Dr M
SEPANG: Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has called for domestic tourism to be given priority as Malaysia tries to woo more foreign tourists to the country.
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Saving Penang’s last mangrove forest
BALIK PULAU: The Federal Government will ensure that the last mangrove forest on Penang island remains protected.
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18 local, foreign media practitioners explore Sarawak
Participating journalists this year are from Australia, Germany, Japan, Russia, South Korea, Taiwan, the United States, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Singapore.
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Tourist arrivals drop in 2018 due to lack of funding for Tourism Malaysia...
KUALA LUMPUR (July 18): The decline in the number of tourist arrivals in 2018 was because the government did not have sufficient funding allocation for Tourism Malaysia's promotion programmes, Ministr...
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MATTA urges in-depth study on departure levy
KUALA LUMPUR (July 12): The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) has urged the Government to engage with tourism industry stakeholders before implementing the departure levy.
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Matta calls for more in-depth study on departure levy
The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) has urged the government to engage with tourism industry stakeholders before implementing the departure levy.
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Malindo Air to start Varanasi service on July 18
NEW DELHI: Malindo Air will start flying from Kuala Lumpur to Varanasi on July 18 as it looks to capitalise on pilgrimage traffic to the Hindu holy city in northern India.
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Malindo Air to start Varanasi service on July 18
NEW DELHI (July 8): Malindo Air will start flying from Kuala Lumpur to Varanasi on July 18 as it looks to capitalise on pilgrimage traffic to the Hindu holy city in northern India.
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The ecotourism dilemma... or how to leave only footprints behind
JULY 8 — These past few weeks, I can’t seem to shake off several haunting photographs.
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‘State govts play vital role in tourism’
PASIR PUTEH: Tourism Malaysia is counting on all parties, particularly state governments, to help it achieve its goal of 30 million tourist arrivals in conjunction with Visit Malaysia 2020, says its senior director (domestic and events) Mohd Nasir Kushairi.
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Air Arabia's maiden flight arrives at KLIA
SEPANG - The inaugural Air Arabia Flight G9 0921 from Sharjah to Kuala Lumpur has touched down safely at the KL International Air­port. This marks the first time a low-cost carrier is connecting t...
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Air Arabia’s maiden flight arrives at KLIA
SEPANG: The inaugural Air Arabia Flight G9 0921 from Sharjah to Kuala Lumpur has touched down safely at the KL International Air­port.
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Tourism Ministry wooing airlines to Malaysia with JIDTP incentive
SEPANG (July 3): The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry is currently in talks with at least eight airlines to attract them to serve the Malaysia route by offering incentives under the Joint Internatio...
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Study implications before having departure levy, says Matta
PETALING JAYA: A major tourism body says without a proper study the departure levy, likely to be imposed in September, may hit arrival of tourists and make Malaysia a less competitive destination.
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Tourism Ministry woos airlines to Malaysia with incentive
SEPANG, July 3 — The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry is currently in talks with at least eight airlines to attract them to serve the Malaysia route by offering incentives under the Joint Internat...
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Spirit of the Hornbills to debut at RWMF ‘19
Spirit of the Hornbills. KUCHING: For the first time ever, Spirit of the Hornbills will bring their vibrant, unique cultural dance to Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) this year.
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Malaysia records RM21.4 billion from tourism in first quarter of this year
KOTA KINABALU: Tourism Malaysia chairman Datuk Ahmad Shah Hussein Tambakau said that Malaysia has recorded RM21.4 billion in tourism revenue in the first quarter of this year or a growth of 16.9 per ...
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RM21.4 billion from tourism in first quarter
KOTA KINABALU: Tourism Malaysia chairman Datuk Ahmad Shah Hussein Tambakau said that Malaysia recorded RM21.4 billion in tourism revenue in the first quarter of this year or a growth of 16.9%.
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Malaysia earned RM21.4b in tourism revenue in first quarter, says Tourism Malaysia chairman
KOTA KINABALU, June 29 — Tourism Malaysia chairman Datuk Ahmad Shah Hussein Tambakau said that Malaysia recorded RM21.4 billion in tourism revenue in the first quarter of this year or a growth of 16...
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Expect more Thai tourists
KUALA LUMPUR: Increased border connectivity between Malaysia and Thailand can result in five million more tourist arrivals from the northern neighbour, said Thai Ambassador to Malaysia Narong Sasitorn.
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Tourists can fly to Penang just for a durian buffet
GEORGE TOWN - They fly in, stuff themselves full of durians and fly out after a night's rest.
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Fly to Penang just for a durian buffet
GEORGE TOWN: They fly in, stuff themselves full of durians and fly out after a night’s rest.
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Tourism bodies sign MoU on wellness tourism
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) and the Association of Malaysian Spas (Amspa) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to put Malaysia’s wellness tourism ...
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Malaysia listed top 10 wellness tourism markets in Asia Pacific, says Matta president
KUALA LUMPUR, June 17 — Malaysia is listed in the top 10 wellness tourism markets in Asia Pacific with a positive growing trend in the future, said the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agent...
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Melaka looking for ways to encourage tourists to stay overnight
MELAKA, June 6 — The Melaka government should work out a new mechanism to encourage tourists to spend more than one day in the state in order to boost the state’s tourism revenue, said Melaka Smar...
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Cover Story: ‘Malaysia working to regain its footing’
ALTHOUGH Datuk Musa Yusof was appointed director-general of Tourism Malaysia less than six months ago, he has spent over two decades in the agency, serving in sections that include market development,...
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Cover Story: The Arabs and Chinese are back
THE Middle East and China are two of the most lucrative tourism markets for Malaysia.
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Plan for special council to propel health tourism in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Christina Liew plans to set up a Sabah Health Tourism Council (SHTC) under her tourism and culture ministry.
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Sabah eyes medical tourism with proposed health tourism council
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah will mull a proposal to set up a health tourism council that is meant to propel Sabah as a medical tourism destination.
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Achieving tourism targets is no easy task
LETTER | Tourism Malaysia had just released figures for foreign tourist arrivals for the three months of this year, which showed a 2.7 percent increase over last year.
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More tourists in the first quarter of this year
PUTRAJAYA: Tourism arrivals and spending saw a healthy increase in the first three months of this year.
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Tourism Malaysia getting India couples to hold weddings here
NEW DELHI: Malaysia is a well-known honeymoon destination for Indian couples, tour operators said.
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Tourists spend RM21.4 billion in first quarter of 2019
PUTRAJAYA: The tourism industry has recorded a positive 16.9% growth in tourist expenditure for the first quarter of this year.
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New Visit Malaysia 2020 logo to be launched in June
CYBERJAYA (May 24): The new logo for the Visit Malaysia Year 2020 (VMY2020) campaign will be unveiled next month, said Tourism Malaysia Director-General Datuk Musa Yusof.
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Sabah hoteliers remain optimistic despite US advisory
KOTA KINABALU: Hoteliers in the state remain confident that business will recover well despite an unfavourable travel advisory issued by the US State Department.
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Report tourism-related wrongdoing via proper channels, says Tourism Malaysia
PETALING JAYA: Tourism Malaysia has clarified that it is not associated or involved with the Asia Pacific Tourism and Travel Federation (APTTF), and has never endorsed its Asia Pacific Tour and Travel Awards.
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Minister vows action after group 'misused' his name for publicity
Those who use names of any ministers for publicity without permission from the ministries involved can be subjected to the law, said Tourism, Culture and Arts Minister Mohamaddin Ketapi (above, with r...
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Minister says going after travel group for unauthorised use of his name, Tourism Malaysia logo in promos
GEORGE TOWN, May 16 — Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi said his Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry will take action against an organisation that used his name and the Tourism Malaysia logo without authorisat...
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APTTF’s CEO claims event received verbal support from ministry
PETALING JAYA: Asia Pacific Tourism and Travel Federation (APTTF) chief executive officer Adeva Sangkuni claimed that its recent awards event received verbal support from the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry but conversations went silent after last year’s change of government.
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‘Award winners’ feel the burn after falling for prestigious prize scam
PETALING JAYA: It started as a proud achievement for Mike, Farouq, Shantini (not their real names) when they found out that they were receiving awards at the Asia Pacific Tourism and Travel Award. But these tourism players are no longer bragging about their prizes. In fact, they have distanced themselves from the awards event.
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Malaysia seeing sharp increase in Arab tourist arrivals
PUTRAJAYA: Tourist arrivals from Arab countries increased sharply last year after Pakatan Harapan took over the country’s administration, says Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi.
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Fly high on a durian feast
GEORGE TOWN: Good news for durian lovers. Now you can sample the King of Fruits and at the same time win flight tickets.
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Tourism Malaysia offers 3,000 durian packages in Balik Pulau in bid to promote King of Fruits
GEORGE TOWN, May 3 ― Tourism Malaysia will be offering 3,000 durian packages to the public including tourists in conjunction with the “Back By Popular Demand ― Eat All You Want @ Dusun 8321, Bal...
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Departure levy unlikely to impact traffic growth, says airports operator
SEPANG: The country’s main airports operator says the departure levy which comes into effect on June 1 is not expected to have a “significant” impact on the growth of passenger traffic.
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MATTA connects with Asean, Indian tour and travel players
PUTRAJAYA: In a bid to boost local tourism to tour operators from Asean countries and India, the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) organised a two-day programme to connect with these travel industry players.
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Tourism can drive Asean economy, investment: Mohamaddin
PUTRAJAYA: The Asean tourism industry has a vital role in helping this region to develop the economy and drive investment, says Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi (pix).
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MATTA to promote Malaysian tourism in Asian countries via 'travel mart'
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) is promoting Malaysian tourism products to other countries in Asia by means of a ‘travel mart’.
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Minister: Tourism industry can drive Asean economy, investment
PUTRAJAYA, April 27 ― The Asean tourism industry has a vital role in helping this region to develop the economy and drive investment, says Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi.
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US travel advisory has not affected tourist arrivals in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU (April 24): The travel advisory issued by the United States has not affected tourist arrivals in Sabah, especially in the east coast of the State, said Tourism Malaysia chairman Datuk Ah...
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Tourism M'sia: Sabah tourist arrivals up despite US travel advisory
The travel advisory issued by the United States has not affected tourist arrivals in Sabah, especially in the east coast of the state, said Tourism Malaysia chairperson Ahmad Shah Hussein Tambakau.
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Tourist arrivals unaffected but ‘K’ advisory still a thorn, says Tourism Malaysia
KOTA KINABALU: Tourism Malaysia chairman Ahmad Shah Hussein Tambakau says tourist arrivals in Sabah have not been hit despite the recent unfavourable travel advisory by the United States.
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US travel advisory on Sabah has not affected tourist arrivals, says Tourism Malaysia chairman
KOTA KINABALU, April 24 ― Tourism Malaysia Chairman Ahmad Shah Hussein Tambakau today said the inclusion of Sabah’s east coast in the US “K” list travel advisory for potential kidnappings, has...
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Orang Asli to sit on board of govt’s tourism agencies
PUTRAJAYA: The tourism, arts and culture ministry will appoint Orang Asli as board members for Tourism Malaysia and Kraftangan Malaysia to help promote eco-tourism products in Orang Asli settlements.
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Orang Asli to be board members of Tourism Malaysia and Kraftangan Malaysia
The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC) will appoint a member of the Orang Asli community as board member to two of its agencies, Tourism Malaysia and Kraftangan Malaysia, said its Minister ...
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Orang asli to be made board members of Tourism Ministry's agencies
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry (MOTAC) will appoint an orang asli to the board of two of its agencies - Tourism Malaysia and Kraftangan Malaysia, says its minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi.
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Retail industry to grow at 4.5% backed by better sentiment — MRCA
KUALA LUMPUR (April 17): The Malaysian retail industry is expected to grow by 4.5% this year, compared with 3.9% last year, due to the better business sentiment with China.
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Retail industry to grow at faster pace of 4.5%
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian retail industry is expected to grow by 4.5% this year compared with 3.9% last year, due to the better business sentiment with China.
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Retail industry to grow 45pc with improved sentiment, association says
KUALA LUMPUR, April 17 — The Malaysian retail industry is expected to grow by 4.5 per cent this year compared with 3.9 per cent last year, due to the better business sentiment with China.
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Visit Malaysia Year 2020 targets 60,000 Kiwis
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia aims to welcome 60,000 New Zealanders next year as the country prepares for Visit Malaysia 2020, a campaign targeting to bring in 30 million international tourists.
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Malaysia eyes 60,000 New Zealand visitors in 2020
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia aims to welcome 60,000 New Zealanders next year as the country prepares for Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM 2020), a campaign targeting to bring in 30 million international tourists.
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Ministry mulls reopening Tourism Malaysia offices in five states
The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry plans to reopen the Tourism Malaysia offices in five states which have been functioning as tourist information centres since early 2017, minister Mohamaddin Ket...
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MAHB launches RM5 mil promotional fund for Langkawi
LANGKAWI: Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) has launched a RM5 million promotional fund for Langkawi to boost the island’s profile as a tourist destination.
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ConnectCounty diversifying its business, again
KUALA LUMPUR (March 25): ConnectCounty Holdings Bhd is planning to enter the film and music business via the set-up of a new unit.
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Putting the shine back in Malaysia’s tourism industry
Fewer tourists from Singapore but numbers from China and several other countries show rising trend
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