With ambitious plans in place for 2020, Datuk Musa HJ Yusof, director general of Tourism Malaysia, here chats with Phil Blizzard from Breaking Travel News to reveal more about what guests to the destination can expect.
Since launching the brand five years ago, Luxury Escapes has quickly become the region’s fastest growing travel company with over 2.6 million members. The Luxury Escapes business represents some of the world’s best hotels and is credited with driving incremental traveller demand.
Kanit Sangmookda will be responsible for all areas in the hotel including product development, financial performance, brand compliance and guest satisfaction.
From today until March 10th, ITB Berlin will again be the tourism industry’s meeting place and must-attend event, devoting itself to innovative and forward-looking trends in the travel industry, politics and business.
After 25 years in an expansive site of more than 46 acres, the Datai Langkawi is ready to reveal its newly refurbished interiors and facilities following a 12-month renovation programme.
Located ten kilometres from the Langkawi International Airport and 200 meters away from the beach where travellers, families and couples alike, seek island-hopping adventures, jet-skiing and parasailing activities, Aloft Langkawi Pantai Tengah is set to make waves among global and local travellers seeking adventure and relaxation.
Spanish hotel group, Meliá Hotels International, has announced the signing of Innside Kuala Lumpur Cheras, an urban hotel located within an integrated development project called Eko Cheras.
W Kuala Lumpur has opened, marking the brand’s first-ever hotel in Malaysia. Owned by Tropicana Corporation Berhad, W Kuala Lumpur opens its doors in the heart of the capital, steps from the world-famous Petronas Twin Towers.