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.
BERLIN, GERMANY: Malaysia has taken on the title of Official Partner Country to promote the destination’s beautiful culture and colourful nature at this year’s ITB Berlin. The title partnership is timely, too, as Malaysia is preparing for 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. The Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, the Hon. Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi, says, “We want to show that Malaysia is a beautiful and culturally diverse country with many fascinating tourist attractions. We are a peaceful nation and we welcome tourists from all over the world to enjoy an affordable and value-for-money holiday in Malaysia.” He adds, “All these create a conducive environment […]
Tourism Malaysia is undertaking its annual tourism promotion at ITB Berlin this year from 6 to 10 March as usual. Only this time, it will assume the title of Official Partner Country of the important travel trade event.
In conjunction with Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM2020) campaign, the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture is organizing a campaign logo competition. The 14-day competition from 11 to 24 March 2019 is open to all Malaysians aged 18 years and above.
Tourism Malaysia is taking steps to attract more Indonesian tourists and improve yield for leisure and MICE travellers to Malaysia by organising a series of Malaysia-Indonesia Tourism Gathering 2019 sessions in various secondary cities in Indonesia throughout the year.
Led by Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, YB Datuk Mohamaddin bin Ketapi, Malaysia shows strong presence at the 38th ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) in Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam, which has been held from 14 to 18 January 2019.
Tourism Malaysia extends its heartfelt condolences and deep sorrow to the bereaved family of Lim Ba Bin, the advisor to the Malaysia Inbound Tourism Association (MITA), and founder member of the Kuala Lumpur Tourist Guides Association (KLTGA).
Datuk Musa bin Yusof has been appointed as the Director General of Tourism Malaysia effective 3 December 2018. His appointment was announced by the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Datuk Mohamaddin bin Ketapi at the Malaysian Parliament.
Looking for unique handmade products specifically made in Malaysia by Malaysians? Look no further than the Handmade Market, a new fortnightly event that promises a huge array of artisan creations that are sure to entice both local and international visitors.
The much-awaited Malaysia Year End Sale (MYES) has returned with more great deals, discounts as well as exciting events. It commenced on 1 November and will continue until 31 December 2018 with many shopping malls in Malaysia taking part.
Tourism Malaysia had participated in the World Travel Market 2018 in London, from 5 to 7 November 2018, led by the Honorable Y.B. Datuk Mohamaddin bin Ketapi, Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture Malaysia. This was the first time Datuk Mohamaddin led such a mission to Europe since taking oath.