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The Future Of Malaysia’s Domestic & Business Tourism

Nitesh Malani, Chairman of Yayasan Usahawan Malaysia

25-Aug-21 12:15

The Future Of Malaysia’s Domestic & Business Tourism

The lifting of some domestic travel restrictions for fully vaccinated persons and initiatives like the Langkawi travel bubble and Labuan’s movement into Phase 4 of the National Recovery Plan makes industry players optimistic that domestic travelling may be soon within our reach. Yayasan Usahawan Malaysia chairman Nitesh Malani also provides insights into how business tourism in Malaysia may work in the future, and other suggestions for SMEs to continue surviving.

Image Credit: kudla | Shutterstock

Produced by: Christine Wong

Presented by: Christine Wong and Richard Bradbury


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Tags:  Tourismdomestic tourismbusiness tourismsmesyayasan usahawan malaysiasebaPersonal FinancePersonal DevelopmentManagerial Resources/DevelopmentPersonal FinanceInvestmentsFinancial LiteracyYoung FinancePersonal DevelopmentEntrpreneurshipSME


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