Published on : Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Deputy Minister for International Tourism Marketing of Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism I Gde Pitana said, “We have so many things to offer, will maximize our presence in the upcoming Malaysian travel fair held in Johor Bahru.”
Indonesia would bring 12 tour and travel agents for selling tour packages to potential visitors in the forthcoming event organized by Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA). The Indonesian booth in the travel fair would highlight marine, cultural, shopping, golfing and spa tour attractions, among others.
Indonesia gets maximum foreign visitors from Malaysia along with China, Singapore, Australia, Japan and India over the last several years. This year, Indonesia has set the target to welcome 1,772,000 visitors from Malaysia.