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Malaysia showcases its tourism attractions at Arabian Travel Market


2 May 2023

By Wartawan Nabalu News


DUBAI: Malaysia is once again participating in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai, the largest travel and tourism event in the Middle East, to promote its diverse destinations and products for shopping, family fun, eco-adventure, honeymoon, luxury holidays, and safe travel.


The four-day event, which runs from May 1 to 4 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), also marks the 29th anniversary of Malaysia's participation in this prestigious event, demonstrating its commitment to attracting more tourists from the region.


Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia, Khairul Firdaus Akbar Khan led the Malaysian delegation comprising 76 organizations from hotels and resorts, travel agents, tourism products owners, and various state governments.


"In line with Visit Malaysia in 2025, Tourism Malaysia will strive to attract more tourists from the Middle East to Malaysia. We are confident that we will achieve our target to put Malaysia as the top destination for Muslim travellers,” he said.


He added that Malaysia has reopened its international borders since last year and has implemented strict health and safety protocols to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for visitors.


During the event, Khairul Firdaus witnessed the signing of two Memorandum of Collaboration (MOC) between Tourism Malaysia and Saudia Airlines and Tourism Malaysia with Air Arabia. The MOCs aim to enhance tourism cooperation and collaboration between Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.


He also hosted a 'Malaysia Nite Gala Dinner' on May 2 to thank the tourism fraternity in Dubai and the local media for their support and assistance in promoting Malaysia.



Malaysia showcases its tourism attractions at Arabian Travel Market



DUBAI: Malaysia is once again participating in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai, the largest travel and tourism event in the Middle East, to promote its diverse destinations and products for shopping, family fun, eco-adventure, honeymoon, luxury holidays, and safe travel.


The four-day event, which runs from May 1 to 4 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), also marks the 29th anniversary of Malaysia's participation in this prestigious event, demonstrating its commitment to attracting more tourists from the region.


Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia, Khairul Firdaus Akbar Khan led the Malaysian delegation comprising 76 organizations from hotels and resorts, travel agents, tourism products owners, and various state governments.


"In line with Visit Malaysia in 2025, Tourism Malaysia will strive to attract more tourists from the Middle East to Malaysia. We are confident that we will achieve our target to put Malaysia as the top destination for Muslim travellers,” he said.


He added that Malaysia has reopened its international borders since last year and has implemented strict health and safety protocols to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for visitors.


During the event, Khairul Firdaus witnessed the signing of two Memorandum of Collaboration (MOC) between Tourism Malaysia and Saudia Airlines and Tourism Malaysia with Air Arabia. The MOCs aim to enhance tourism cooperation and collaboration between Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.


He also hosted a 'Malaysia Nite Gala Dinner' on May 2 to thank the tourism fraternity in Dubai and the local media for their support and assistance in promoting Malaysia.



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