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  • Nasi Lemak As Food Icon To Japan Market – Tourism Malaysia

    Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA — Nasi Lemak (rice cooked in coconut milk) has been selected as the icon dish in an effort to introduce Malaysian food, culture and holiday destinations to the Japanese Market.

    Tourism Malaysia in a statement today said the selection of Nasi Lemak was a part of the ‘Sudah Makan?’ (Have you eaten?) campaign launched on Sept 25 in Tokyo, with the help of Japanese food celebrity Kentetsu Koh as Malaysian Food Advisor. Read More

  • Aviation Industry Hopes 2015 Budget Will Continue Support For Tourism Sector

    Kauala Lumpur, MALAYSIA — Industry players in the aviation sector are optimistic the government would continue growing the tourism industry as it would have a positive spillover effect on the airline business.

    HLIB Research Analyst Daniel Wong said the 2015 Budget, slated to be announced on Oct 10, would likely focus more on the tourism industry as the government would want to push this sector forward against the backdrop of the MH370 and MH17 incidents. Read More

  • Legoland Malaysia Invests More Than RM6.0 Million For Star Wars Model Display

    Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA — Legoland Malaysia Resort has invested more than RM6.0 million in its new attraction, the Lego Star Wars Miniland Model Display, which is the biggest development at Legoland Malaysia this year.

    This is the first attraction of its kind in Asia and the latest Lego model display to open at a Legoland around the world. Read More

  • Islamic Arts Museum is top in Malaysia

    Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA — The Islamic Arts Museum was named the top museum in Malaysia and 10th in Asia under the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice awards for museums around the globe.

    The awards honour top travel spots worldwide based on the millions of reviews received from TripAdvisor travellers to Asia, Europe, South America, South Pacific, the United Kingdom, the United States and Malaysia. Read More

  • Malaysia continues to attract more medical tourists from GCC countries

    Muscat, OMAN — Malaysia spreads its wings in Oman once again this time by organising the Malaysian Medical Tourism Business Networking at the Ramada Muscat Hotel. Set to add a further boost to the developing healthcare tourism industry in this region, the Ministry of Health Malaysia under the corporatised agency, the Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC) organised a get-together as part of its promotional initiatives targeting approximately 30 industry stakeholders. Read More

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