SELANGOR is targeting seven million visitors this year with the launch of “Visit Selangor Year 2015” by the state government.
Selangor Mentri Besar Mohamed Azmin Ali launched the Visit Selangor tourism booth at KLIA’s Arrival Hall recently.
State executive councillor for tourism Elizabeth Wong said the campaign would focus on 10 unique tourism spots, which highlight the nature, sports and heritage aspects of the state, with locations such as Sepang Gold Coast, Kampung Kuantan’s fireflies, the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia in Kepong, Batu Caves in Selayang, Pulau Carey among other major landmarks in the state.
This is the second Visit Selangor tourism campaign. The first one was launched in 2000.