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MATTA: Review KLIA2 entry fee for buses, tour vans

17 May 2019 Nanyang Siang Pau

MATTA is urging the Ministry of Transport Malaysia to urgently review the entry fee charges for excursion bus and tour van for pick up and drop off tourists at KLIA2 effective 1 March 2019.

Review KLIA2 entry fee for buses,tour vans, MATTA urges Transport Ministry

16 May 2019 Malay Mail Online

MATTA today urged the Transport Ministry to review entry fee charges for buses and tour vans to pick up and drop off passengers at KLIA2.

Big Prospect in Tourism

15 May 2019 New Straits Times

Developing skilled personnel and niche tourism areas.

'Meet demand with flights and flexible visa policies'

5 May 2019 Sunday Star

The number of tourists from China has surged since March with most direct flights from China to Malaysia fully booked.

'MTEX a platform for tourism players to sell, market domestic products'

1 May 2019 New Sabah Times English (KK)

MATTA held its Travel Exchange Mart (MTEX) 2019 in partnership with Tourism Malaysia at the Everly Hotel, here recently.

New digital platform in the works for MATTA members to sell Malaysia

30 Apr 2019 TTG Asia

MATTA has recently signed a joint venture agreement with travel and tourism technology solutions provider, Grabini Malaysia, to develop a technology platform to sell Malaysia digitally.

MATTA promote domestic tourism to ASEAN & India

30 Apr 2019 Focus Malaysia

MATTA had a successful MATTA Travel Exchange Mart (MTEX) 2019 in partnership with Tourism Malaysia held on 27 – 28 April 2019 at the Everly Hotel, Putrajaya.

Sasar tarik 683,000 pelancong India tahun ini

27 Apr 2019 Utusan Online

Malaysia menyasarkan kedatangan sebanyak 683,000 pelancong India pada tahun ini.

Address issues affecting tour operators, travel agents, ministry urged

26 Apr 2019 New Straits Times

Tourism rules and regulations must be reviewed and modernised to keep up with the fast-evolving business landscape.

US Travel advisory on Sabah has not affected tourist arrivals, says Tourism Malaysia Chairman

24 Apr 2019 Malay Mail Online

Tourism Malaysia Chairman Ahmad Shah Hussein Tambakau today said the inclusion of Sabah’s east coast in the US “K” list travel advisory for potential kidnappings, has failed to deter tourists from visiting the state.

Why single Sabah out, tourist officials ask US over 'K' list

23 Apr 2019 Free Malaysia Today

Tourism players have criticised the US authorities for singling out Sabah when they put Malaysia on the “K” list in a travel advisory early this month.

US travel advisory about Sabah unfair, say tourism players

23 Apr 2019 The Star Online

The travel advisory about Sabah's east coast issued by the United States is unfair, say local tourism players.

Tourism Minister: VOA for China, India tourists may be implemented

23 Apr 2019 Kwong Wah Yit Poh

The Visa On Arrival (VOA) requirements for tourists from China and India may be relaxed in a bid to increase the number of visitors from the two countries in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2020.

VOA for China, India tourists may be relaxed

23 Apr 2019

The Visa On Arrival (VOA) requirements for tourists from China and India may be relaxed in a bid to increase the number of visitors from the two countries in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2020.

Tourism Minister: VOA may be implemented for China, India tourists

23 Apr 2019 Nanyang Siang Pau

The Visa On Arrival (VOA) requirements for tourists from China and India may be relaxed in a bid to increase the number of visitors from two countries in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2020.

Considering to relax VoA for tourists from China and India

23 Apr 2019 China Press

The Visa On Arrival (VOA) requirements for tourists from China and India may be relaxed in a bid to increase the number of visitors from two countries in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2020.

VOA requirements for China, India tourists may be relaxed

23 Apr 2019 Borneo Post (KK)

The Visa On Arrival (VOA) requirements for tourists from China and India may be relaxed in a bid to increase the number of visitors from two countries in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2020.

VOA requirements for China, India tourists may be relaxed - Minister

23 Apr 2019 Borneo Post Online

The Visa On Arrival (VOA) requirements for tourists from China and India may be relaxed in a bid to increase the number of visitors from the two countries in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2020.

Visa-free travel for China and Indian visitors

23 Apr 2019 The Star

The Visa On Arrival (VOA) requirement for tourists from China and India may be relaxed to increase the number of visitors from both countries in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2020.

MoU signed between CANATUR and MATTA

13 Apr 2019 Tamil Malar

MoU signed between CANATUR and MATTA

Peru minat tingkat kerjasama dalam industri pelancongan dengan Malaysia

11 Apr 2019 Bernama

Peru berminat untuk meningkatkan kerjasama dalam industri pelancongan di Malaysia, khususnya untuk membina rangkaian hubungan antara kedua-dua pemain industri terbabit.

'Levy won't affect tourist arrivals'

10 Apr 2019 The Sun Daily

The government does not expect the proposed departure levy to have a significant impact on tourist arrivals.

Hotel occupancy not affected by home-sharing

8 Apr 2019 Borneo Post (KK)

MATTA President Datuk Tan Kok Liang said regulating STAs was along overdue issue, adding that there has been much leakage in taxation when it came to this business.

Long getaways may get shorter now

3 Apr 2019 The Star

Rental days limit being mooted for short-stay industry.

'Malaysia, Truly Asia tagline stays'

26 Mar 2019 New Straits Times

Relevant and as popular as it was 20 years ago, says tourism minister.

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