As such, MOTAC will continue to formulate more aggressive and strategic promotional campaigns to boost the country’s tourism sector.
As interstate travel is now permitted in Malaysia, tourism activities have been given the green light to continue, according to the latest statement from Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC) Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri; as stated in a statement following the announcement of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s global trip.
Continuing, she added that children under the age of 18 can travel with their parents or guardians, who must be fully immunized.
The Prime Minister’s announcement was good news that was long overdue by the tourism industry in hopes of reviving the local tourism, arts and culture sector, she said. Minister Nancy believes that this gesture could help ensure the survival of chain workers in the sector affected by the pandemic.
She further expressed her hope that the implementation of interstate travel can help revive the tourism, arts and culture sectors and further rebuild the country’s economy.
To revive the tourism sector, one of the axes defined in the Tourism Recovery Plan of MOTAC was to restore the confidence of tourists in the level of safety of a tourist destination.
“MOTAC will strive to ensure that the country’s tourism sector is able to generate continuous income and will continue to formulate more aggressive and strategic promotional campaigns to boost the country’s tourism sector,” said Nancy.
She further encouraged visitors who wished to participate in tourism activities to undergo the COVID-19 test before traveling and to comply with all standard operating procedures (SOPs) issued from time to time by the National Security Council, the Ministry of Health and the competent authorities. ministries and agencies.
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