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Da Matta aims to take Toyota places

Cristiano Da Matta, a F1 rookie at the age of 29, is a guitar player. And the Toyota driver is already playing the right tunes in the F1.

Other Sport

F1 debutants out to make amends in Sepang

The four rookies in F1 had a disappointing baptism of fire at the Australian Grand Prix and they will be out to make amends in the second leg of the World Championships in Sepang this weekend.

Nation

War fears not a setback

Despite the war jitters, the 15th Matta International Travel Fair (MITF) drew in more than the expected number of visitors.

Other Sport

Team Toyota return to Europe for more tests after Melbourne flop

Team Panasonic Toyota Racing have spared no expenses to avoid another repeat of their disappointing result in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.

Nation

Thai booth draws crowd

Thailand, which has one of the most active booths at the 15th Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) International Travel Fair, attracted a lot of enquiries from visitors, said organising chairman Ronald Chan.

Nation

Malaysians snapping up air tickets

The consumer trend at this year's Matta Fair seems to see more Malaysians snapping up air tickets rather than tour packages in view of the looming war.

Nation

40,000 turn up at travel fair to check out tour packages

Thousands of people turned up in droves yesterday for the opening of the three-day 15th Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) International Travel Fair.

Business

A field day for local and foreign tourists at Matta fair

Every year, the Matta Fair generates good response because the airlines would give special airfare rates - the difference in airfare is at least RM200 #8211; and we can package very good deals for the consumers. With tours priced so low, such as RM888 for Hong Kong, travelling to regional destinations is almost the same travelling domestic.

Nation

Locals heading for 'safe' spots

Malaysians are undeterred from travelling by the looming threat of war in Iraq and are taking the initiative to learn about #8220;safe#8221; tourist destinations.

Nation

Tourism sector ready if Iraq war breaks out

The tourism industry is prepared with contingency plans if a war broke out in Iraq, Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) president Tunku Iskandar Tunku Abdullah said.