tourism malaysia

Destinations

Destination Wrap: BridgeClimb celebrates eased restrictions, Tourism NT’s new campaign + MORE

Feel like you’ve been left in the lurch on destination news near and far? Meet your new best friend: the Destination Wrap.

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Destinations

Tourism Malaysia’s new Aussie director on the destination’s big marketing shift

by Huntley Mitchell

The destination is placing much more of a focus on its digital presence and “smart partnerships”, as it looks to recover from the impacts of COVID-19.

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Destinations

Destination Wrap: WA’s $14.4m tourism package, Tourism Malaysia’s new director + MORE

You might think we’re pulling your leg, but this week’s wrap is 100 per cent good news for destinations. Praise be!

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Destinations

“We are back”: Tourism Malaysia sets ambitious targets for 2019 and 2020

by Christian Fleetwood

Tourism Malaysia’s director general has revealed how the country will kick some tourism ass this year.

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Tourism

Holy street hawkers – how about this new travel partnership?!

by Hannah Edensor

SQ and Tourism Malaysia are doing the tango. No, wait, that’s Argentina. We have no idea what the intimate dance of Malaysia is.

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Destinations

Malaysia’s Top Ten

by Gabriella Warden

A vibrant culture with friendly people set on a postcard-backdrop of natural majesty, Malaysia is the perfect habitat for any keen travel bug.

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Travel Agents

The Big Fat Agent Wrap

by Hannah Edensor

Famils and brochures and deals – oh my! We’ve got you covered with another wrap of all things agent.

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Destinations

Top five reasons to visit Penang

by Daisy Melwani / Tourism Malaysia

One of South East Asia’s most popular and enchanting destinations, Penang deserves be high on the list of anyone planning a visit to Malaysia.

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Tourism

Malaysia welcomes flocks of tourists

by Claudia Comacchio

Malaysia has recorded a total of 6,482,696 tourist arrivals from January through to March 2015.

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Tourism

Malaysia tourism thrives despite tragedies

by Eileen Ng – AP

Two aeroplane catastrophes rocked Malaysia in 2014, but they didn’t hurt the country’s tourism.

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News

Niche markets on agenda for Tourism Malaysia

As Tourism Malaysia pursues its goal of 36 million annual tourists by 2020, it is looking to lure travellers with […]

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News

Borneo's Sarawak promoted as safe alternative to Sabah

With advisories in place on travel to areas of popular Borneo destination Sabah, Tourism Malaysia has turned its attention to […]

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