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Fun Sabah Tours to manage Russia visa applications from Malaysia

Malaysians travelling to the Russian Federation can now avail a simplified visa application process offered by Fun Sabah Tours. Fun Sabah Tours has obtained the...

Marked increase in India’s visa fees could deter M’sians from visiting

India has hiked the tourist visa fees for Malaysians to RM462.60 (US$156.30) since July 1, leading some trade members to speculate that leisure outbound...

Hopes high as Malaysian trade awaits details on zero-rated GST

With the Harapan Coalition now in power, Malaysia's travel trade is looking forward to the promised reduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST)...

Sharjah goes after Muslim tourists from Malaysia and Indonesia

Already seeing strong growth in tourist arrivals from China and India, Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) is now setting its sights on...

Europe tops Malaysians’ longhaul holiday destination list this June

The upcoming June school holiday, which coincides with the Hari Raya festival this year, as well as the strengthening of the ringgit, is driving...

Outbound travel unaffected as Malaysia goes to the poll in May

Agents are confident that Malaysia's upcoming 14th National General Election on May 9, which has been declared a public holiday, is unlikely to deter...

NCLH says cruising is more popular than ever for Malaysians

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) saw double-digit growth in the Malaysian market across all three of its brands last year, while also observing a...

Upcoming election dampens Malaysians’ mood for CNY travel

Forward bookings for travel during the Chinese New Year festive period are down significantly this year, revealed outbound agents in Malaysia, citing anticipation of...

Nonstop flights expected to unlock M’sians appetite for Jeju

Malaysia's AirAsia X first Kuala Lumpur-Jeju connections from December 12 spell good news to outbound agents as the lack of direct flights previously had...

Indonesia tries to stem arrival drops from neighbours

The Indonesia Ministry of Tourism is looking to tackle declining arrivals from Singapore and Malaysia by leveraging the easy accessibility of the Riau Islands...

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