Tourism Malaysia data to be used to determine readiness for international tourism, says minister


PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Data obtained from Tourism Malaysia’s overseas directors will serve as a guide to determine the country’s readiness to reopen the international tourism sector, said Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri (pic).

"This will assist us to plan promotional and marketing campaigns to remake Malaysia as a popular inbound destination once the nation's borders are opened,” the Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister said in a statement Wednesday (Oct 6).

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