Brunei among top five tourist sources for Malaysia in Jan.-April


BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Xinhua): More than 390,000 visitors from Brunei visited Malaysia during January to April in 2024, making Brunei one of the top five tourist sources of the country, local media reported on Sunday.

According to the local daily Borneo Bulletin, among the top five tourist-generating markets for Malaysia, Singapore topped the list with 2,599,076 visitors, followed by Indonesia with 1,150,939 visitors, and then China, Thailand and Brunei.

Brunei is a small, oil-rich country adjacent to Sarawak and Sabah of Malaysia.

In 2023, Malaysia recorded 811,833 tourist arrivals from Brunei. - Xinhua

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