Implementation of the second CMCO is demoralising as domestic tourism was just starting to pick up.
In reference to Budget 2021 that was presented by the Finance Minister on Nov 6, 2020, MATTA wishes to highlight the allocation of RM50mil for re-skilling and redeployment programmes for 8,000 airline staff members.
The budget has failed to provide solid relief programmes to protect jobs and tourism businesses, and would not do much to help the tourism sector on its road to recovery.
Malaysian Association of Tour & Travel Agents (MATTA) president, KL Tan, said the budget would do little to help the tourism sector on its road to recovery.
MATTA kecewa dengan pembentangan Belanjawan 2021 yang disifatkan tidak menyediakan program bantuan kukuh untuk melindungi pekerjaan dan perniagaan pelancongan.
Not everybody is happy or satisfied with the 2021 Budget.
Local tourism operators have described Budget 2021, which they hoped would revive the sector badly hit by Covid-19, as having fallen short of their expectations.
Belanjawan 2021 yang dibentangkan hari ini dianggap tidak memberikan manfaat kepada pemain industri dan pekerja dalam sektor pelancongan yang kini terjejas teruk akibat pandemik COVID-19.
The country’s leading hotel and travel agent associations say Budget 2021 falls short of the tourism industry’s expectations.
MATTA has expressed their disappointment that the much-anticipated Budget 2021. The Association said the Budget has failed to provide solid relief programmes to protect jobs and tourism businesses.
MATTA is disappointed that the 2021 Budget failed to provide solid relief programmes to protect jobs and businesses in the tourism sector, which is still struggling on its path to recovery.
Tourism workers should consider looking for employment in other industries, said Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) president Datuk Tan Kok Liang.
Tourism stakeholders in Malaysia hope for initiatives that would boost the ailing travel sector ahead of Budget 2021, set to be tabled on Nov 6.
BATTERED tourism players are pinning high hopes on the 2021 Budget to revive the sector's fortunes and help them stay afloat.
The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) has called on the government to act boldly and decisively in Budget 2021, which will be tabled next Friday, to bolster the ailing tourism industry.
MATTA president Datuk Tan Kok Liang said, “This National Budget must provide solid relief programmes and substantial spending to stimulate the economy and livelihood of the people."
To bolster the ailing tourism industry, the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) is calling upon the government to act boldly and decisively in the upcoming Budget 2021, which will be tabled next Friday (Nov 6).
The gradual reopening of the country’s international borders to its Asean neighbours in the first quarter of 2021 would help to sustain the tourism industry given the limitations of domestic tourism.
While stakeholders agree that modifying work weekends and school holiday terms are valid proposals to help the domestic tourism sector bounce back from the Covid-19 pandemic, they stress that such schemes are easier said than done.
The small and medium enterprises (SMEs) especially within the travel and tourism sector are badly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, and finding themselves adopting digital means of doing business and focusing on domestic demand.
Presiden Persatuan Ejen Pelancongan dan Pengembaraan Malaysia (MATTA), Tan Kok Liang, berkata banyak ahli MATTA mengadu syarat baharu menyebabkan mereka membayar lebih untuk jangka masa panjang.
There will be no Cuti-Cuti Malaysia in Sabah – for now – following the spike in Covid-19 cases in the state.
Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) president Datuk Tan Kok Liang said the extension of the additional allocation under the package's Wage Subsidy Programme 2.0 was a big help to the travel agents.
Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) president Datuk Tan Kok Liang said a lockdown was needed if cases continued to increase.
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.