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What Should Be Malaysia’s Biggest Tourism Factor?

Yap Lip Seng, CEO of the ‎Malaysian Association of Hotels

28-Apr-21 12:00

What Should Be Malaysia’s Biggest Tourism Factor?

The Interactive Digital Brochures website has been launched in an attempt to rebrand Tourism Malaysia’s digital brochures. But as we hopefully look towards a pandemic-free world, what are the major factors missing or underutilised in our approach towards promoting Malaysia as a peak tourist country?

Produced by: Christine Wong

Presented by: Richard Bradbury and Freda Liu


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Categories:  Personal DevelopmentEntrpreneurshipSME

Tags:  Traveltourismdigitalisationculturetourism malaysia





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