A total of 34 exhibitors comprising 14 hotels, 15 tourism product owners and five travel agencies are taking part in the Tourism Malaysia Carnival from today until 9 November 2019 at the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture’s Sanggar Pujangga Hall in Precinct 5, here.
Tourism Malaysia today launched its VM2020 Campaign for the Philippines market which by region, Philippines is one of the top source markets for tourists to Malaysia.VM2020 promises an abundance of excitement with a long line up of cultural themed events, family fun activities, shopping festivals and lots more.
Tourism Malaysia participated in the PATA Travel Mart 2019 (PTM 2019) from 18-21 September 2019 in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, carrying the Visit Malaysia 2020 national campaign to participants from over 60 countries.
Tourism Malaysia has introduced a special edition booklet entitled “Best of Sabah Holiday Packages 2019/2020” in support of the Visit Malaysia 2020 campaign and to promote Sabah’s beautiful and exciting attractions to both local and international tourists.
The Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi has officiated the Tourism Malaysia Travel Mart 2019 programme organised by Tourism Malaysia at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) here today.
A total of 30 international media from 11 countries are in Malaysia to participate in the Mega Familiarisation programme called “Its Summertime in Malaysia – Let’s go to the Beach Visit Malaysia 2020 Edition”.
A total of 25 social media influencers and key opinion leaders from nine ASEAN countries are taking part in the Malaysia-ASEAN Tourism Influencers Key Opinion Leaders Programme (MAIKOL) from 26 August until 1 September 2019.
Malaysia welcomed a whopping 13.35 million international tourists and recorded a 6.8% growth in tourist receipts, thus contributing RM41.69 billion to the country’s revenue during the first half of 2019.
YB Tuan Muhammad Bakhtiar Wan Chik, Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia, today officially launched the VM2020 Retro Havoc World Tour, in a colorful event in Putrajaya. YB Tuan Muhammad Bakhtiar himself put the VM2020 logo on the car, and flagged off the machine from the launching pad.
The nation’s tourism industry recorded a positive growth in the first quarter of 2019 with tourist expenditure registering an increase of +16.9% to reach RM21.4 billion compared to RM18.3 billion in 2018.
In conjunction with the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2019, the Honourable Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi witnessed the signing of the Joint Tactical Campaign between Tourism Malaysia, Malaysia Airports and Air Arabia here, today
Malaysia is back in Australia as it prepares for Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM 2020), a landmark campaign that’s targeted to bring in 30 million international tourists and approximately AUD34.39 billion (RM100 billion) in tourist receipts.
Tourism Malaysia is stepping up its promotions this year in preparation of Visit Malaysia 2020, a landmark campaign that’s targeted to bring in 30 million international tourists and approximately £21.63 billion (RM100 billion) in tourist receipts into Malaysia.