Deputy Tourism Minister Datuk Dr James Dawos Mamit has suggested ways to make the Rajang a top tourist attraction, saying the potential of the country’s longest river, at 640km, had yet to be fully exploited. Urging local tourism industry players to be more creative, he said the Rajang could be tied up with the Empurau [...]
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The Penang Hill funicular train service is expected to resume using the new coaches early next year. Its steering committee deputy chairman, Datuk Lee Kah Choon said the Penang Hill Funicular Railway was currently undergoing upgrading work and was expected to be resume services in January.
The Petronas Twin Towers will be offering new visit packages from Oct 1 to give the public an enhanced and more exciting experience when they tour Malaysia’s popular tourist spot.
As visitors are about to cross into Melaka, they will be greeted by the slogan ‘Visiting Historical Melaka Means Visiting Malaysia’ inscribed on the welcoming arch at the Ayer Keroh Highway-Jalan Tun Razak junction.
Sabah bagged two awards at the Malaysia Tourism Awards 2008/2009 held at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre here Saturday night.
The spa and wellness industry which is now mushrooming in Malaysiay has a big potential to be be developed as a new attraction in the country’s tourism industry, says Tourism Minister Dr Ng Yen Yen.
Mention Selangor and tourism, and fireflies may be the first thing to come to many people’s minds. However, the state, with its lush tropical rainforest, infrastructure, facilities and scenic sights, offers a range of places to be visited.
Asia’s premier adventure sports and travel expo opened in the capital on Friday at the popular Midvalley Megamall. The three-day Adventure Show Asia 2009 features among others, a wide spectrum of adventure activities in Malaysia to draw more tourists to the country.
Hulu Perak, a district blessed with three lakes and vast mountainous areas has great potential to be developed as an ecotourism destination. The Temenggor, Chenderoh and Raban lakes have given the district the nickname the “Lake District.”