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Astro criticised for clash of events

ASTRO has been criticised by the Tourism Ministry for holding the popular talent quest I>Akademi Fantasia /I>open concert at the same time as Citrawarna Malaysia, I>Utusan Malaysia/Ireported.


Bigger and better triathlon

Port Dickson, with its beautiful clean sandy beaches and blue water in Negri Sembilan, has been attracting local tourists for a long time. The town has also gained a reputation for hosting the Port Dickson International Triathlon (PDIT). This year's event will see top notch foreign triathletes at the Admiral Marina and Leisure Club on July 16 and 17.


Pool time for women only

Men may have to vacate hotel swimming pools at certain hours so that women can have the pools exclusively to themselves.


Some ‘physicians’ using mobile stalls to sell medicine

Some self-proclaimed Chinese 'physicians' are using mobile stalls to sell medicines, reported I>China Press/I>.


Zahid backs criticism by Rafidah

Deputy Tourism Minister Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi supports the criticism of the topsy-turvy request of the Kuala Kangsar Municipal Council to allot RM51.5mil for landscaping and only RM1.5mil to eradicate poverty.


Accredit tourism courses, centres told

All tourism training institutes must be affiliated with public and private institutes of higher learning so that their courses will be accredited and recognised.


KLIA among world’s best

KL International Airport has been named one of the world's best for customer satisfaction and the Government hopes the Aetra survey that listed it will extend its ratings to other international airports in the country.


Umno welcomes suggestions from former stalwarts, says Isa

The suggestions by 50 Umno stalwarts in a petition to the party leadership are welcomed as contributions from the veterans.


Cabinet panel to boost tourism

A Cabinet committee, headed by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, has been set up to boost the country's tourism industry.


Arab Street to lure West Asian tourists

A 0.2ha area of Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur will be transformed into an 'Arab Street' to lure tourists from West Asia.