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MATTA perkenal pakej menarik pelancongan dalam talian

22 Sep 2020 Sinar Harian Online

Presiden MATTA Datuk Tan Kok Liang berkata, platform yang kali pertama diperkenalkan itu membolehkan ejen pelancongan, pengusaha pelancongan dan penyedia perkhidmatan pelancongan menjual pakej-pakej percutian terus kepada pengguna.

MATTA perkenal pakej pelancongan dalam talian

22 Sep 2020 Astro Awani

MATTA pada Isnin mengumumkan akan menganjurkan MATTA Fair Dalam Talian 2020 dari 23 hingga 30 Sept ini yang menawarkan pakej percutian domestik dan antarabangsa daripada 100 pempamer.

MATTA Announces Its First Ever MATTA Fair Online

22 Sep 2020 Gaya Travel Magazine

This new initiative is the first phase of MATTA’s recovery approach and it is the first of many to come to cater to the various needs of Malaysian travellers.

MATTA Fair goes online from Sept 23-30

22 Sep 2020 Borneo Post (KK)

MATTA has announced its first-ever online MATTA Fair that will take place from September 23-30 featuring domestic and future international holiday packages from 100 exhibitors.

MATTA Fair goes online from Sept 23-30

22 Sep 2020 Borneo Post (Kuching)

Datuk Tan Kok Liang said the newly introduced digital platform would enable travel agents, tour operators and other tourism service providers to sell holidays packages directly to consumers, focusing on domestic travel.

MATTA Fair online from Sept 23 to 30

22 Sep 2020 China Press

MATTA is pleased to announce its first ever MATTA Fair Online, featuring domestic and future international travel packages from about 100 exhibitors who are participating in the Fair. The focus of the Online Fair is on domestic travel.

MATTA Fair 2020 goes online for the first time

21 Sep 2020 New Straits Times Online

Over 1,000 holiday and tour packages with irresistible offers for travellers to check out at the MATTA Fair Online offered by travel agents from Johor, Kedah, Kuala Lumpur, Melaka, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Penang, Sabah, Sarawak and Selangor.

MATTA Fair to be held online from Sept 23-30

21 Sep 2020 The Edge Markets

The online fair is a new initiative of MATTA to cater the various need of Malaysian travellers who are looking for special holidays such as unique adventures or family vacations from over 1,000 offers of irresistible holiday and tour packages.

MATTA Fair goes online from Sept 23-30, says president

21 Sep 2020 Malay Mail Online

MATTA president Datuk Tan Kok Liang said the newly introduced digital platform would enable travel agents, tour operators and other tourism service providers to sell holidays packages directly to consumers, focusing on domestic travel.

MATTA Fair goes online from Sept 23-30

21 Sep 2020 The Sun Daily

MATTA has announced its first-ever online MATTA Fair that will take place from Sept 23-30 featuring domestic and future international holiday packages from 100 exhibitors.

MATTA perkenal pameran pelancongan dalam talian

21 Sep 2020 Bernama

MATTA hari ini mengumumkan akan menganjurkan MATTA Fair Dalam Talian 2020 dari 23 hingga 30 Sept ini yang menawarkan pakej percutian domestik dan antarabangsa daripada 100 pempamer.

The reopening-of-borders conundrum

21 Sep 2020 The Edge Markets

MATTA president Datuk Tan Kok Liang believes that Malaysia needs to focus on its readiness and prepare for the eventual reopening of its borders.

STB launches domestic travel stimulus to help tour operators

18 Sep 2020 Borneo Post Online

“I hope other states in Malaysia will emulate the exemplary initiative by the state government of Sabah that has taken into account the financial hardship and lack of support, particularly to tour operators and travel agents,” said Tan.

Sabah Tourism Board launches domestic travel stimulus to help tour operators

18 Sep 2020 Malay Mail Online

MATTA president Datuk Tan Kok Liang said to qualify for the incentive, the travelling period for holiday makers is from September 17, 2020 to March 31, 2021.

MATTA: Inspire confidence in tourists to Sabah

18 Sep 2020 The Star

Restoring travellers' confidence to visit Sabah must be prioritised by the next state government, says MATTA.

`Extend loan moratorium for travel and tour industry` call

10 Sep 2020 Daily Express

The Government has been urged to extend the loan moratorium for the travel and tour industry.

Tourism sector in dire need of moratorium extension to survive

9 Sep 2020 The Malaysian Reserve

TRAVEL and tour industry players are in dire need of a loan moratorium extension for the sector to survive as it is among the worst hit mainly due to the relentless border movement restrictions.

Travel players appeal for extension

9 Sep 2020 New Sarawak Tribune

Tourism associations are appealing to the government to extend the moratorium on loans for travel and tour industry players.

We need more support from govt, says MATTA

9 Sep 2020 The Star Online

MATTA Datuk Tan Kok Liang said domestic tourism was insufficient to replace the revenue brought in by international tourists, which would worsen following the closure of Malaysian borders due to Covid-19.

Tourism associations urge to extend moratorium for another 6 months

9 Sep 2020 Sin Chew Daily

MATTA together with MITA, BUMITRA, MCTA, MITTA, MICA and PPBPSM urge the Government to extend the loan moratorium for the travel and tour industry.

Tourism sector in dire need of moratorium extension to survive

9 Sep 2020 The Malaysian Reserve

Several tourism firms have appealed for extension on loan moratorium and bank assistance with lenders, but all was futile.

We need more support from govt, says MATTA

9 Sep 2020 The Star

The few lifelines offered by the government need to be improved as tourism players grapple with the lack of international tourist arrivals, said Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA).

Extend moratorium, appeal tourism bodies

9 Sep 2020 Borneo Post (KK)

To date, travel agents and tour operators have hardly had any business.

Tourism associations jointly appeal for moratorium extension

8 Sep 2020 Business Today

MATTA together with MITA, BUMITRA, MCTA, MITTA, MICA and PPBPSM has urged Putrajaya to extend the loan moratorium for the travel and tour industry.

MATTA, tourism association urge government to extend loan moratorium

8 Sep 2020 New Straits Times Online

MATTA together with several tourism associations are urging the government to extend the loan moratorium for the travel and tour industry as the travel agents and tour operators have hardly had any business.

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