Malaysia Tourism is in safe mode, according to its deputy general manager.
Datuk Musa Hj Yusof will explain how this works.
- Malaysia Tourism is in Safe Mode, but that doesn’t mean the government agency is inactive
- The deputy general manager for Malaysia Tourism says its overseas offices are on the move
- The World Tourism Network has invited Tourism Malaysia to an interactive discussion and there was much to be said about Malaysia’s inventive approach to reopening the travel and tourism industries.
Datuk Musa Hj Yusof is the Deputy General Director for Tourism in Malaysia. On Friday the World tourism network I memorized a year after rebuilding the travel discussion and invited the assistant director to educate a global audience of travel guides about the situation in Malaysia.
Moderator Rudi Herrmann, WTN chairman of the Malaysia chapter, said Datuk Musa Hj Yusof is the man who knows, and he did.
Tourism in Malaysia is currently in safe mode. Penalties against companies that fail to comply with the regulations enacted by the Safe Mode system in this South Asian country increased from $ 200.00 to $ 10,000.00. Small meetings are now possible again.
The international borders are closed, but travel bubbles are being discussed with Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and Brunei.
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“We create trust for domestic travel. Malaysia launched the Clean and Safe Campaign. Nobody in Malaysia was infected with COVID-19 in hotels. Tips can be seen in factory settings but not in the travel and tourism sectors.
Flights come and fly to and from the Gulf region, but mostly wear rubber gloves. Malaysia is one of the largest manufacturers of rubber gloves.
According to Datuk, overseas Malaysian tourism boards are moving and moving and kicking. Activities include B2B discussions and engaging with social media.
Many social media influencers got stuck in Malaysia because of their lust and became spokesmen for the country’s travel and tourism product as well as the food industry.
Alain St. Ange, the Seychelles’ former tourism minister, pushed for the introduction of an international vaccination pass. Datuk Musa Hj Yusof agreed.
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