Discover Malaysia :
Your Muslim-Friendly destination


  • Malaysia keeps strong focus on Dubai as gateway to Middle East

    Dubai, UAE — Malaysia continues its strong focus on Dubai as a gateway to promising markets in the Middle East, according to Malaysian Minister of Tourism and Culture Dato’ Sri Nazri Abdul Aziz. Read More

  • Tasek Gelugor to be an agrotourism development area

    Penang, MALAYSIA — Tasek Gelugor in Seberang Perai Utara (SPU), is set to be a popular destination for visitors in Penang with plans being made by the state government to turn it into an agrotourism development area. Tasek Gelugor Member of Parliament Datuk Shabudin Yahaya said Tasek Gelugor, with its existing infrastructure facilities, would be a hub for river tourism, as well as a haven for those who loved freshwater fish and prawns and other edible life from rivers. Read More

  • Halal hubs in the making

    Singapore, SINGAPORE — According to Have Halal Will Travel’s CEO, Mikhail Goh and’s founder, Dr Mal Ahmad, both Japan and South Korea have made commendable efforts to become more accommodating towards Muslims. Read More

  • Malaysia ranked 26th most competitive tourism destination by WEF

    Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA — The World Economic Forum (WEF) has placed Malaysia in the 26th spot in its Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report, the bi-annual benchmarking index measuring the relative health of 136 countries’ tourism sectors. The organisation said that although Malaysia’s ranking dropped one place compared to 2015, the country effectively improved its travel and tourism competitiveness in absolute terms. Read More

  • MAHB launches KUL VIP access

    Sepang, MALAYSIA — Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) has rolled out the KUL VIP Access for departing and arriving international passengers at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) for an exclusive end-to-gate service. Read More

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