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Tourists nationwide receive warm welcome for VMY 2014
The Perak government is confident of achieving five million in tourists arrivals during Visit Malaysia Year 2014 despite limited allocations and problems plaguing the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport. State Tourism Committee chairman Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi said the target was realistic as 5.8 million tourists visited the state last year.
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In Malacca, Bernama reports that the state government has planned 96 tourism programmes, including 15 main events, to boost tourism in the state. Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron said the programmes included the Raptor Watch Week 2014 from March 8 to 9, 17th Archipelago Drum Festival (April 9 to 17) and Malacca River Invitational Festival 2014 (May 22 to June 22). He said the programmes were drawn up to lure 15 million tourists to Malacca.
“We are confident of meeting the target with the help of numerous parties, especially industry players,” he said at the New Year’s celebration at Warrior Square in Bandar Hilir.His speech was read by state Education, Higher Education, Science and Technology, Green Technology and Innovation Committee chairman Datuk Md Yunos Husin.
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In Johor Baru, there is a need for an additional 16,000 hotel rooms to cater to the expected surge in demand and tourist arrivals in the
state over the next three years. State Tourism, Domestic Trade and Consumerism Committee chairman Datuk Tee Siew Kiong said Johor needed 11,550 three-star to five-star hotel rooms and 4,350 budget hotel rooms by 2017.
He said Johor had its own tourist attractions like Legoland Malaysia Theme Park in Nusajaya that had attracted about three million visitors since its launch a year ago. – Source from NST.