Monday, February 10, 2014

Visit Malaysia to attract 15 million tourist 2014

So what do you think of Visit Malaysia 2014?
According to Mayor Datuk Seri Ahmad Phesal Talib he seems very confident that Malaysia will attract 10 million plus international tourist 

Well..... to me, sure! why not?

After all our ringgit is dropping and decreasing in value and worth so international tourist with stronger currency rates will surely find a good bargain in their spending here in Malaysia!
With all the racism and emotional turmoil here to pit each community according to their racial status here against each other, will only stir up more trouble and that means traders and investors to shy away from Malaysian trade markets - will only lead into a far further dip in the value of our Malaysian Ringgit (RM).

So to all tourist out there, its time to take advantage of this and come visit Malaysia 2014! 

Cuti- Cuti Malaysia! 

Here is an article from the Star publications on this matter: 


Visit Malaysia 2014: KL targets 15 million tourists, RM24bil revenue

KUALA LUMPUR: The Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is targetting 15 million tourists to visit the federal capital this year in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2014.
Mayor Datuk Seri Ahmad Phesal Talib said DBKL was targetting 10.1 million international tourists and 4.9 million domestic tourists, who were expected to bring in revenue estimated at RM24.9bil.

In 2012, the city recorded 14 million tourist arrivals, comprising 9.3 million foreign tourists and 4.7 million domestic tourists, who brought in revenue of RM19.8bil, he told reporters after launching the calendar of events and festivals in Kuala Lumpur for 2014 at the KL Sentral station here.

On last night's incident at Dataran Merdeka, where the New Year's eve concert there had to be called off when protesters broke through the police cordon to seize the stage, Ahmad Phesal hoped it would not mar efforts by the government to get more tourists to come to the country.

In another development, he said DBKL received 153,758 protest letters on the hike in assessment rate of properties in the city. - Bernama

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