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Overtourism is one of the biggest problems faced by many countries in the world today, including Malaysia. While there are plans to implement sustainable practices in the local industry, are stakeholders doing enough?
Tourism Malaysia website now provides an e-brochure featuring over 100 events to go to during Visit Malaysia 2020. It also hosts Birds Malaysia, a section for birdwatchers.
As many as 150 tattoo artists and body art enthusiasts from around the world will be at the convention in Kuala Lumpur from Nov 29 to Dec 1.
In a first-of-its-kind in the world, Malaysia has launched the Muslim Friendly Accommodation Recognition. The initiative will recognise Syariah-compliant hotels in the country.
There are calls for one to holiday more responsibly when seeking authentic local experiences, especially those that involve the indigenous community in Malaysia.
The next time you’re feeling adventurous (and hungry for keropok lekor), consider making a trip to Kuala Terengganu.
Is Malaysian food tourism not important enough to be taken seriously? Should the industry not get some much-needed financial boost?
The Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) had conducted extensive research to suggest a regulatory framework for short-stay homes listed on platforms such as Airbnb, VRBO, Booking.com, HostAStay and MyCribBooking.com.
With calls for the short-stay industry in Malaysia to be regulated, operators and home owners are hoping for a positive outcome.