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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry has announced the appointment of Zulkifly Md Said as the new director-general of Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (Tourism Malaysia) effective Nov 11.
LABUAN: A total of RM760,000 has been allocated to Labuan by the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry for the maintenance, refurbishment and repair of tourism infrastructure and facilities.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s tourism industry players are not forgotten, as efforts are being taken by the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry to fast-track the implementation of the economic stimulus package for the industry.Its minister Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri said there was a RM200mil tourism recovery plan stimulus package under Budget 2021 that would benefit Malaysians as well as tourism players.
GEORGE TOWN: Incentives under Budget 2021 for the tourism industry are welcomed with stakeholders saying that allowing targeted travel will boost domestic tourism.
KUCHING: BESarawak’s viral book donation campaign, #9DAYS500BOOKS, was a hit among Malaysians as the nine-day flash book drive received 5,000 books of various titles and genres for Batang Ai’s first community library at Nanga Ukom longhouse.
A KTM train ride in Kelantan, dubbed “Train To Dabong”, from Tumpat to Dabong has surprisingly become a hit among local folks.
Some international travellers, who have remained in the country to weather the Covid-19 pandemic, have been documenting their ‘Cuti-Cuti Malaysia’ moments on YouTube.
KUCHING: The state Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry supports a proposal to have mosque tour guides as a way to enhance the tourism industry.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Human Resources Ministry has set up a Special Task Force Committee to develop a comprehensive database of Malaysian workers in Singapore to identify strategies and action plans to help those affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
SARAWAK aims to increase the number of tour guides in the state to at least 500 following the first phase of a training programme by its Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry.