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7 amazing Visit Malaysia 2020 logos by netizens

In the wake of the online kerfuffle surrounding the new tourism logo for the Visit Malaysia 2020 campaign, some netizens have given their own unique take.

Budget hotels work together in preparation for Visit Malaysia 2020

Budget hotels are urged to be united and work together in preparation for Visit Malaysia 2020, during a recent press conference jointly organised by the Malaysia Budget Hotel Association (MyBHA) and the SME Association of Malaysia.

Ministry seeks new design to replace Visit Malaysia 2020 logo

PETALING JAYA: The controversial Visit Malaysia 2020 logo, criticised by many as “amateurish”, will be redone.

Mita gearing up for Visit Malaysia 2020 with carnival-like event

SERDANG: In preparation for Visit Malaysia 2020, the Malaysian Inbound Tourism Association (Mita) has announced it will organise a carnival-like event promoting tourism.

New Visit Malaysia 2020 logo to be ready in May

KUALA LUMPUR: The new official logo for the Visit Malaysia 2020 campaign, to be announced in May, will have a design symbolising the arts and culture of communities.

Prepare for Visit Malaysia 2020

JOHOR BARU: All local councils must upgrade infrastructure as part of preparations to welcome Visit Malaysia 2020, the government announced.

All Malaysians are part of Visit Malaysia Year 2020 vision

Malaysians are challenged to all do their part to make the Visit Malaysia 2020 campaign a success, at the recent VM2020 logo launching ceremony.

Nazri: We stand by the Visit Malaysia 2020 logo despite the flak

PETALING JAYA: Despite some netizens taking a dim view of the newly-unveiled Visit Malaysia Year 2020 campaign logo, the Tourism and Culture Ministry is standing by it.

Dr M unveils VM2020 logo, sets 30 million tourist arrivals target

SEPANG: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad unveiled the Visit Malaysia 2020 logo here and set a target of 30 million international tourist arrivals next year.