Tourism News in Malaysia December 2015

Tourism News in Malaysia December 2015

Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season and Happy New Year 2016. As we round up the year, here is a compilation of travel and tourism news in Malaysia for the month of December 2015 taken from various sites. Once again, we at Malaysia Travel News would like to wish all our followers, friends and partners a wonderful and happy new year 2016.

AirAsia wins three awards at the World Travel Awards 2015

Morocco, 13 December 2015 – The AirAsia group, who recently celebrated its 14th anniversary received three prestigious recognitions at the World Travel Awards, winning the ‘World’s Leading Low Cost Airline’ title for the third consecutive year and clinched the ‘World’s Leading Low Cost Airline Website’ and ‘World’s Leading Low Cost Airline App’ titles for the first time.

Aireen Omar, Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia Berhad represented the AirAsia Group to receive the awards at the World Travel Awards Gala 2015.

The World Travel Awards serves to acknowledge, reward and celebrate excellence across all sectors of the global travel and tourism industry; and is recognised globally as the ultimate hallmark of quality with over 650,000 votes casted by travel professionals and high-end tourism consumers. Full story here: http://www.airasia.com/id/en/press-releases-2015/december/airasia-wins-three-awards-at-the-world-travel-awards-2015.page

Lithium Battery-powered Transportation Devices Banned On AirAsia, Airasia X Flights

Kuala Lumpur, Dec 30 (Bernama) — All lithium battery-powered personal transportation devices are prohibited as check-in and hand baggage on all AirAsia and AirAsia X flights effective Wednesday. It includes hoverboards, Segways, mini-Segways, electronic scooters, solowheels, airwheels, balance wheels and similar equipment.

“Under certain circumstances, the carriage of battery operated wheelchairs or mobility devices might be accepted, subject to removal of the battery by guests. The maximum weight allowed for wheelchairs and mobility devices is 85kg,” said AirAsia in a statement.  Guests travelling with battery operated items are encouraged to refer to AirAsia’s guideline available on www.airasia.com/ask.

More cancel Sabah trip over insurance

Kota Kinabalu: There have been low occupancies even in budget accommodation, particularly backpacker lodges, in Sabah for the year ending this month. One top operator rated by Trip Advisor revealed that occupancy rate at his hostel was below 50 per cent – on average around 40 per cent. The blame went to the perception of the State’s security where news of repeated curfew renewals by the police, although only applied to the East Coast, cast a blanket over the whole State as if a state of security siege exists.

The most common reason received by operators here was that bookings by overseas clients had to be cancelled because there was an insurance coverage problem due to some travel advisories in the past where the destination was marked in the red zone. “Some cancelled their trip booked because they could not get any insurance coverage or that their insurance company would disclaim any liability should they travel to places like Sabah,” said Wong Su Kong, a hostel operator at Mosque Valley next to Bandaran Berjaya. Full Story: http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=105515

LMNS To Study On Monument And Heritage Site In Negeri Sembilan

Seremban, Dec 27 (Bernama) — The Negeri Sembilan Museums Board (LMNS) constantly carries out studies on monuments and heritage sites in the state to ensure the historical interests could be preserved in the form of knowledge and artifact for future generations.

LMNS Museum Curator Aziz Mohd Gorop said the study involved traditional houses, colonial buildings, heritage mosques, historical sites, mausoleums and megalithic stones. “The study was done for inventory purposes and to be nominated as the state heritage. Negeri Sembilan is rich in history from the various eras,” he told Bernama here Sunday. Full Story: http://www.bernama.com/bernama/state_news/news.php?cat=ctid=1202375

Visual Art Museum Planned For Langkawi

Langkawi, Dec 29 (Bernama) — A visual art museum is being planned to be developed in Langkawi as a new tourist attraction, especially for art enthusiasts. State executive councillor in charge of Tourism, Datuk Mohd Rawi Abd Hamid said the site for the museum had been identified by the National Visual Arts Gallery board and when completed, it would feature a collection of paintings and other visual art pieces by leading artists.

“It will be another world-class destination in Langkawi soon,” he told reporters after the launching of a new product of the Langkawi Underwater World, here, today. Full Story: http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v8/ge/newsgeneral.php?id=1202882

George Town among top 16 ‘must-see’ destinations

The Unesco world heritage site here has been picked as one of the 16 “must-see” destinations by the Los Angeles Times. In its Boxing Day edition, the paper wrote that “George Town (population about 500,000), Penang’s main city, is a Unesco World Heritage site with a 500-year history of trading and a hotel boom in progress”. It stated that as many as 10 new hotels may open in 2016, and a bevy of cruise lines call at the port in inner George Town.

“With luck, this growth will leave intact the city’s most historic architecture and encourage its lively food scene. George Town was a British trading post from the early 19th century (hence its name) until Malaysian independence in 1957.  It gives you British echoes, Malay essence, Chinese and Indian commercial traditions, scattered rickshaws and a stew of religions,” the paper added. Full story: http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2015/12/28/george-town-in-top-16-must-see-destinations/

New flight route will make HK gateway to Borneo

With the papers inked for the twice-weekly Hong Kong-Kuching-Hong Kong route starting April 2016, the local tourism has some work ahead in preparing to receive visitors from Hong Kong and Southern China. Planet Borneo Group of Companies’ director/principal consultant Gracie Geikei is happy to see that the Hong Kong-Kuching sector is back again. “This will open up markets, making Hong Kong the gateway to Borneo – if we align our tourism marketing efforts to support this,” she told The Borneo Post.

She added that the influx of tourists was very much dependent on the local tourism operators and stakeholders and how the tourism board could work with them to synergise their marketing efforts. “Engagement and execution are vital to ensure we do not miss this opportunity. There have been too many international flights coming in, only to pull out because of poor load.” Gracie opined there were tremendous opportunities for working expatriates in China to visit Sarawak. Full story: http://www.theborneopost.com/2015/12/28/new-route-will-make-hk-gateway-to-borneo/

Putrajaya expects 30.5 million tourists to contribute RM103 billion next year

Malaysia are expecting 30.5 million tourists to contribute RM103 billion in revenue to the country next year, said Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz. Nazri was confident that the target could be achieved through various programmes in the pipeline and the existing yearly events, including the festive season open house practised in Malaysia.

“The tourism industry and cultural activities is expanding at a tremendous pace with new approaches like health tourism, education and sports tourism initiatives to attract tourists to historic destinations. For the Tourism and Culture Ministry, the open house concept is not only a yearly event for Christmas and New Year but aimed at boosting the tourism industry, especially in a historical state like Malacca,” he said at a Christmas open house celebration in Bandar Hilir, Melaka. Full story: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/putrajaya-expects-30.5-million-tourists-to-contribute-rm103-billion-next-ye

Putrajaya’s indoor theme park receives five titles from Malaysia Book of Records

Putrajaya’s District 21 adventure theme park in IOI City Mall was awarded five Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) titles in the presence of finalists of Miss Tourism Queen International 2015. The ceremony saw five different rides in District 21 being awarded MBR titles – the First Indoor Pump Track in Malaysia, First Indoor Rope Course for Children in Malaysia, First Indoor High-Rope Course in Malaysia, First Indoor Roller Glider in Malaysia and First Indoor Maze in Malaysia.

IOI Properties Group Berhad’s Property Investments chief operating officer Cheah Wing Choong said shopping malls have to be innovative and District 21 has successfully managed to attract customers. Cheah also said the rides in the 70,000sq ft theme park were suitable for children, teenagers and adults alike. “We get some 400 to 500 visitors a day and we even had 1,000 visitors on a peak day once. The crowd is bigger during the school holidays,” he added. The theme park also caters to corporate companies looking to use the place for team-building activities as well. Full story: http://www.thestar.com.my/metro/community/2015/12/24/sweeping-up-firsts-malls-indoor-theme-park-receives-five-titles-from-malaysia-book-of-records/

Etihad teams up with Tourism Malaysia

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has entered into a partnership agreement with Tourism Malaysia, presenting an opportunity for travellers from Kuwait to have the best travel experience in Malaysia.  The agreement was signed during the Expo Milano 2015 exhibition. It is aimed at boosting inbound tourism to Malaysia by leveraging the airline’s global passenger network, Etihad Airways and Tourism Malaysia will put into effect a range of joint marketing activities targeting Malaysia’s leading inbound visitor markets – the UK, US, Europe (Germany, France and Italy), and the Middle East region (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait).

Research by Tourism Malaysia revealed in 2014 there were more than 1.2 million visits from these key markets, a 10 per cent increase compared to 2013. Malaysia is one of the top destinations of Etihad Airways. Since 2007, the airline has carried more than one million passengers to and from the country, offering travellers from all around the world the chance to enjoy the many attractions of the country. Full story: http://www.tradearabia.com/news/TTN_297297.html

Exploring Penang the easy way with ELT Passbook

Getting around Penang will now be easier with the newly launched Eat, Look, Tanoshii (ELT) discovery passbook. The 40-page passbook will act as a guide for tourists visiting the state. Its marketing executive Michelle Ng said the book featured all the popular attractions in Penang. “It also has the listing of all the exciting events that should not be missed in 2016.

“The history of cultural and heritage sites are explained,” she said after the launch of the passbook at Straits Quay Retail Marina in Tanjung Tokong recently. She said a tourist who owned this book could enjoy discounts at shops that displayed the ELT logo by showing the passbook. Full story: http://www.thestar.com.my/metro/community/2015/12/25/exploring-penang-the-easy-way-new-passbook-to-help-guide-tourists-around-the-state/

12 New Enclosures At Taiping Zoo To Be Completed in 2016

Taiping, Dec 22 – The Taiping Municipal Council (MPT) is confident that the building of 12 new exhibition enclosures at the Taiping Zoo and Night Safari can attract more tourists here in the coming years. MPT’s Tourism Education and Outreach Division chief, Hanim Ramly said the construction of the enclosures worth RM3 million was part of MPT’s programme to to upgrade the facilities at the Taiping Zoo and Night Safari.

“The project does not affect the number of visitors as it has an impact on developing the tourism sector here,” she told Bernama, here, today. Full story: http://www.bernama.com/bernama/state_news/news.php?cat=ntid=1201597

Rayani Air Will Spur Tourism Sector, Economy In Kelantan

KOota Baharu, Dec 21 (Bernama) — Malaysia’s first Shariah-compliant airline, Rayani Air, which started its maiden flight from Kuala Lumpur to Kota Baharu yesterday, will spur development in the tourism sector and economy in Kelantan.

State Culture, Tourism and Heritage Committee Chairman Datuk Mohd Anizam Abdul Rahman said the flight services offered by the company would also further stimulate the flight services at the Sultan Ismail Petra Airport in Pengkalan Chepa here, which currently provides 44 times daily flights. “We hope the existence of the Shariah-compliant airline would benefit the community in Kelantan and spur the growth of the tourism sector and economy in the state,” he said to reporters here.

Rayani Air’s Boeing 737-400 aircraft landed at the Sultan Ismail Petra Airport on Sunday with 150 passengers including 18 orphans from the Taufik Islami Institute, Klang, Selangor. Mohd Anizam said flight service facilities was very important as a transport of choice for tourists to visit Kelantan. Full story: http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v8/bu/newsbusiness.php?id=1201216

More Sabah districts attracted to homestay

Sabah’s homestay businesses, which generated RM4.3 million in 2013, have grown exponentially over the last decade, generating around 30 to 40 per cent more business year-on-year. The share of the pie is enjoyed by 18 operators at present, with their businesses riding on the back of steady growth since 2000.

And things may soon change for the better as the tourism industry is now getting back on the rails following the effects of the disappearance of MH370 last year and the Lahad Datu incursion in 2013. According to Sabah Homestay Association President Djuanis Mogirong, business is looking up with already two more homestays in the process of registering with the Tourism and Culture Ministry. “They are the Napunsak Homestay and the Marudu Bay in Kota Marudu,” he said.

“Three or more districts are likely to join the fray, like Kampung Bariawa in Keningau and also Beluran and Pitas, whose village representatives I have met throughout the ministry’s pre-requisite seminars,” he said. Full story: http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=105440

The news articles above have been compiled from various websites and news portals for the round up of travel and tourism news in Malaysia for December 2015. Happy New Year 2016!

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TOURISM TO PICK UP IN 2016

This blogspot is being created to compliment our main Tourism Melaka website at www.tourism-melaka.com.

We hope to write our comments and views on the development of the tourism sector in Melaka so that old cultural jewels can be retained and new ones generated to attract more visitors to our Melakan shores.

For us to continue our journey, we like to invite visitors to pen their comments and views so that we can create a sustainable and vibrant tourism sector in Melaka.

Enjoy.

TW Kang

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FREEPORT A ‘ FAMOSA OUTLET VILLAGE IS OPENED FOR BUSINESS

This blogspot is being created to compliment our main Tourism Melaka website at www.tourism-melaka.com.

We hope to write our comments and views on the development of the tourism sector in Melaka so that old cultural jewels can be retained and new ones generated to attract more visitors to our Melakan shores.

For us to continue our journey, we like to invite visitors to pen their comments and views so that we can create a sustainable and vibrant tourism sector in Melaka.

Enjoy.

TW Kang

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Skytrex Adventure @ Taman Botanikal Ayer Keroh Melaka.

INDIVIDUAL MEMBER

MR. SEET CHENG KHIM

H/P: 012-681 1390

[email protected]

ABDUL ANTIQUES SDN BHD

(formerly known as SYARIKAT ABDUL)

TN. HJ MOIDU B. T. ABU BAKAR, AMN,PJK

H/PHONE:016-665 5419

TEL: 06 282 3633 FAX: 06 282 3627

[email protected]

www.syarikat-abdul.com

EDUCATION

Kolej Sinar (Sinar College Sdn Bhd)

CIK NOORADINA

Tel: 06-286 9876/77 Fax 06-286 9875

[email protected] ; [email protected]

www.sinarcollege.edu.my

HOTEL

7 DAYS INN

MR TEH INN KIAT

TEL:06-288 1717 FAX: 06-288 3339

H/P: 017-615 7880

[email protected]

A’FAMOSA RESORT HOTEL SDN. BHD.

TEL: 06 552 0888 FAX: 06- 552 0811

TEL: 03-27818888 FAX: 03-27818822

[email protected]

[email protected]

www.afamosa.com

ALDY HOTEL MELAKA

MS. GIRLIE CHONG H/P: 016-520 8022

TEL:06-283 3232 FAX: 06-286 3236

[email protected]

www.aldyhotel.com.my

Bayou Lagoon Park Resort

DATO MARCO Seow

Tel:06-233 0888 Fax: 06-253 3888

[email protected] www.bayoulagoon.com.my


HOTEL WEILIA

MS. GINNY TAN CHEE CHIN

TEL: 06-286 2949/ 50 FAX: 06-286 2942

[email protected]

www.hotelweilia.com.

HOTEL PURI MELAKA

PN SALASIAH H/P: 019-6655750

TEL: 06 282 5588 FAX: 06 281 5588

[email protected]

www.hotelpuri.com

HOTEL SERI COSTA MELAKA

PUAN NORMIZI H/PHONE: 012-210 5268

TEL: 06 281 6666 FAX: 06 286 4931

reservation@hotelsericosta.com

www.feldatravel.com.my

HOTEL SERI MALAYSIA MELAKA

EN. SAZALI SABRI,PJK

TEL: 06-232 8464 FAX: 06-232 8470

H/PHONE:012-231 5685

[email protected]

www.serimalaysia.com.my

MAHKOTA HOTEL APARTMENT

EN. NUR SAHAR BIN OSMAN H/P: 019-277 5941

TEL: 06- 286 2735 FAX: 06-286 2908

[email protected]

www.mahkotahotelapartment.com

MALACCA STRAITS HOTEL

MR. BHARAT K. AJMERA, DSM,BKT,PBB

TEL: 06-286 1888 FAX: 06-292 1199

H/PHONE:012-223 1199

[email protected]

www.malaccastraitshotel.com.my

Marvelux Hotel

Tel: 06-281 8888 Fax: 06-286 2277

[email protected]

www.marveluxhotel.com

One Residence Stay Sdn Bhd

MR. LEE KIEN ZHANG

Tel:06-282 1500 Fax: 06-282 1511

h/phone: 012 602 1252

[email protected]

www.1residence.com.my

Puteri Resort Ayer Keroh

norizam dahlan H/PHONE: 012-331 6442

TEL: 06 232 3333 FAX: 06 231 5868

[email protected]

[email protected]

www.puteriresort.com.

HOTEL

Sandy Hotel

Mr. jansen chu

Tel:06-336 5811 Fax: 06-336 9899

[email protected]

[email protected]

SEMABOK INN

MS. CELINE TIU HWEE CHEN,PBM

TEL: 06-283 8877 FAX: 06-283 7299

H/PHONE:016-336 6642

[email protected]

www.semabokinn.com

THE BABA HOUSE

TEL: 06-281 1216 FAX: 06-281 1217

hm @thebabahouse.com.my

www.thebabahouse.com.my

THE TREND HOTEL

MR BHARAT K. AJMERA, DSM,BKT,PBB

TEL: 06- 2861199 FAX: 06- 281 6171

H/PHONE:012-2231199

[email protected]

www.thetrendhotel.com

QUAYSIDE HOTEL MELAKA

EN. MAZLAN

TEL: 06-284 1001 FAX: 06-284 1003

[email protected]

www.quaysidehotel.com.my

Wana Riverside Hotel

RENY NOR’ AIN MOHAMAD

Tel: 06-289 7888 Fax: 06-289 7999

H/P:012-271 4844

[email protected]

www.wana.com.my



YELLOW MANSION HOTEL

EN. MOHD FIKDAUS B JAMAL

TEL: 06 283 8885 FAX: 06 283 0660

H/PHONE:017-685 6055

[email protected]

www.yellowmansion.com.my

HOSPITAL

MAHKOTA MEDICAL CENTRE

MR. STANLEY LAM

TEL: 06 281 3333 FAX: 06 281 0560

[email protected]

www.mahkotamedical.com

Oriental Melaka Straits Medical Centre

MS CHRISTINE LEE H/P: 016 272 7218

Ms Jessica Yeo H/P: 016 665 3323
TEL: 06 -315 8888 FAX: 06-315 8800

[email protected]
www.orientalmedical.com.my

PANTAI HOSPITAL AYER KEROH

MR. MICHAEL WONG

TEL: 06 231 9999 FAX: 06 231 2369

[email protected]

www.pantai.com.my

MUSEUM

BABA NYONYA HERITAGE MUSEUM MELAKA

MS MELISSA CHAN H/PHONE: 012-362 8274

TEL/ FAX: 06- 283 1273

[email protected]

www.babanyonyamuseum.com

CHENG HO CULTURAL MUSEUM

mr Eugene Ho

TEL: 06-2831135 FAX:06 -2831132

[email protected]

[email protected]

OTHER SERVICES

ASFORA SDN BHD

MR. HENRY NG WAH

H/PHONE: 019-6550098

TEL: 06-2829888 FAX:06-2835898

[email protected]

[email protected]

BALMIC MANAGEMENT SERVICES

ENTERPRISE

MR. GUNABALAN

H/PHONE:012 6050446

[email protected]

EZEE TECHNOSYS (m) sdn bhd

(HOSPITALITY I T SOLUTIONS HOTEL SOFTWARE)

Mr. Gan Sen Chin H/P: 016-663 2377

[email protected]

www. ezeetechnosys.com.my

INSYIRAAH FOOD CRAFT

EN IIYASA’ BIN SAMSUDIN

H/P: 013-222 4244

Team Nero (EVENT MANAGEMENT)

Mr ace fong

H/P: 012-3566 449

Fax:06-232 6182

[email protected]

RECREATION

DATARAN PAHLAWAN MEGAMALL

MISS ELAINE ONG

TEL: 06-2821828 FAX: 06-2831827

[email protected]

www.dataranpahlawan.com.my

MAHKOTA PARADE

(HEKTAR PROPERTY SERVICES SDN BHD)

TEL: 06-282 6151 FAX: 06-282 7305

[email protected]

[email protected]

www.hektarproperty.com

MALACCA BUTTERFLY REPTILE SANCTUARY

MR. GERARD / ELAINE WONG

TEL: 06- 232 0033 FAX: 06- 232 9977

[email protected]

www.butterflyreptile.com

MELAKA DUCK TOURS

MR STEVEN NG CHWEE PING

H/PHONE: 012-3057999

TEL: 06-292 2595 FAX: 06-281 8235

[email protected];[email protected]

www.melakaducktours.com.my

MENARA TAMING SARI

TN HJ ISNIN BIN AMAN

TEL: 06 288 1100 FAX: 06 288 1551

[email protected]

www.menaratamingsari.com

MELAKA WONDERLAND SDN BHD

MR GYLN PEREIRA H/P: 017-392 8893

TEL: 06 -2313333/1119 FAX: 06 -2313339

[email protected]

www.melakawonderland.com.my

MINI MALAYSIA ASEAN CULTURAL PARK

En ADAM FUAAD

TEL: 06-234 9988/89 FAX: 06-2349889

[email protected]

www.minimalaysiaasean.com.my

fb:minimalaysiaasean

SERAMA CORPORATION SDN BHD

EN AHMAD FAUZI MUHAMED

TEL: 06-553 3957 FAX: 06-553 3286

[email protected]

www.serama.com.my

ORNARESORT BHD

MR. CHEONG MOON FOONG

TEL: 06-5210333 FAX: 06-5210222

H/PHONE:019-6671952

[email protected]

www.ornaresort.com.my

RECREATION

Perbadanan Pembangunan Sungai Dan Pantai Melaka (MELAKA RIVER CRUISE)

EN. NAZARY BIN AHMAD, DSM, BCM

TEL:06-281 4322/23 FAX:06-281 4325

[email protected]

www.ppspm.gov.my

THE SHORE OCEANARIUM SDN BHD

MR CHEW CHERT FONG

TEL: 06- 282 9966 FAX:06-283 1003

H/P: 016-978 3555

sales1. [email protected]

[email protected]

www.oceanariummelaka.com

www.facebook.com/oceanariummelaka

THE SHORE@ MALACCA RIVER

(SHOPPING MALL)

MR NARENDRA KUMAR REDDY, PJK

H/P: 012-220 3828

TEL: 06-282 2666 FAX:06-282 0333

[email protected]

www.kerjayaprospek.com

www.facebook.com/theshoreshoppingmall

TAMAN BUAYA REKREASI (MELAKA) SDN BHD

EN. MUHAMMAD SARATH ABDULLAH

H/P:019-6677207

TEL: 06 2322349/50 FAX: 06 2319136

[email protected]

www.tamanbuayamelaka.com

RESTAURANT/CAFÉ

(CAFE)

BISTRO YEAR 1673

TEL:06-288 1673 FAX:06-281 1673

[email protected]

www.bistroyear1673.com

Café Botanikal

TEL: 06- 232 3116 FAX: 06- 232 2316

[email protected]

www.cafebotanikal.com.my

Calanthe Art Cafe Sdn Bhd

Mr. Ng Kim Chew H/P:019-656 5619

Tel: 06-292 2960 Fax: 06-281 2960

[email protected]

www.calantheartcafe.blogspot.com

GEOGRAPHER CAFÉ

TEL: 06- 281 6813 FAX: 06-281 6613

[email protected]

www.geographer.com.my

café

Hard Rock Cafe

Mr. Anderson Kandiah Selva

H/P: 012-237 3925

TEL:06- 292 5188 FAX:06-281 3116

[email protected]

www.hardrock.com/melaka

HOLMEZ café, JALAN TANGGA BATU

(Holmez Holdings Sdn Bhd)

MS LEE LING

H/P:019 225 2579

LA BODEGA

TEL:06- 284 2288 FAX:06-284 0988

[email protected]

[email protected]

www.gastrodome.com.my

(chiNESE FOOD)

RESTORAN FAMOSA CHICKEN RICE BALL

MR. DANNY LAI H/PHONE:019-668 7119

TEL: 06-286 0120/21/22 FAX: 06 288 3354

[email protected]

www.chickenriceball.com

(indian FOOD)

Restoran Saravanna

Mr. V Saravanan H/P:019-361 6087

Tel:06-283 0295 Fax: 06-282 4563

[email protected]

RESTORAN VAZHAI ELAI (BANANA LEAF)

MR. A FRANCIS

TEL:06- 283 1607

H/PHONE: 019-666 0254/ 012-636 3618

(MALAY FOOD)

Asam Pedas Selera Kampung

En. Saharudin Mohd Nor

H/PHONE: 016-660 9014

FAX:06-288 1799

RESTORAN LOT 85

CIK FATIMAH/ SITI JASMIN BTE DAWOOD SHAH

TEL: 06- 292 2045

H/PHONE:013-618 3500 / 019-207 5785

RESTORAN OLE RASA

EN. ABD. RAHMAN T. ABU BAKAR

H/PHONE:016-611 6040 / 016-601 5164

RESTORAN TASIK LIMBONGAN BISTRO

EN. ABDUL WAHAB H/P:016-662 2786

TEL: 06-281 6786

(NYONYA FOOD)

BAYONYA RESTAURANT

MR. DAVID GOH H/P:012-682 2622

TEL/ FAX: 06-292 2192

[email protected]

Big Nyonya Restaurant

TEL: 06-286 3536

H/P:012 612 7311

[email protected]

REstoran Nyonya Makko

Mr. Chock Choon Sin, PJK

Tel: 06-284 0737 Fax:06-283 7490

H/P: 019-665 7082

[email protected]

www.nyonyamakko.com.my

RESTORAN OLE SAYANG SDN. BHD

MR RICHARD TAY

TEL: 06- 283 1966/ 283 4384 FAX: 06- 283 3315

[email protected]

TRAVEL AGENTS

AD NAZWAJAYA TRAVEL TOURS SDN. BHD.

EN. MUHAMMAD AZWAN JENDRAN ABDULLAH

TEL: 06-553 3466 FAX: 06-553 3477

H/PHONE:012-639 2266

[email protected]

ATLAS TRAVEL SERVICES SDN. BHD

MS. JOANNE TAN AI WAH

TEL: 06 -282 0777 FAX: 06- 283 4714

H/PHONE:016-767 8888

[email protected]

CAMMY TRAVEL TOURS SDN. BHD

MR ANDY TOH H/PHONE:017-212 6668

TEL: 06 -2817799 FAX: 06 -284 8589

[email protected]

www.cammytravel.com

KENZAR TRAVEL TOURS SDN. BHD.

MDM. MADELINA W.L.KUAH, DSM,BCM,BKT,PJK

TEL: 06- 281 1133 FAX: 06- 281 1122

H/PHONE:019-665 7221

[email protected]; [email protected];

LMN TRAVEL TOURS SDN BHD

PUAN LATIFAH MOHD ABDUL WAHAB

TEL: 06- 286 0399 FAX: 06- 286 0397

H/PHONE:019-657 0399

[email protected]

RELIANCE SHIPPING TRAVEL AGENCIES

(MALACCA) SDN BHD

Y.BHG RAYMOND G.B. YEO, DPSM,JP

TEL: 06 -284 5126 FAX: 06- 284 0248

H/PHONE:012-639 9983

[email protected]

TRAVEL AGENTS

VIKING TOURS TRAVEL (M) SDN BHD

EN. MANOKARAN A/L VALLIAPPAN

TEL: 06-288 1195 FAX: 06-288 1197

H/PHONE:019-626 9807

[email protected]

LOCAL PRODUCTS

TAN KIM HOCK AUTHENTIC SDN BHD

(formerly known as TAN KIM HOCK TONG SENG FOOD

INDUSTRY SDN. BHD)

MR. TAN BEE SEN

TEL: 06 -283 5322 FAX: 06 -283 2320

[email protected]

PRINTERS/DESIGN/ADVERTISING

Millenniumtech Com (M) Sdn Bhd

Ms. Roselynn Teng LH

TEL: 06 -317 8919 FAX: 06 -317 4075

H/PHONE: 012-738 9919 / 019-313 9919

[email protected]

[email protected]

www.millenniumtechprint.com

SYKT PERCETAKAN MUNCUL SISTEM SDN BHD

MR. TAY LOO WEE,PJK H/P: 019-665 6551

TEL: 06- 284 8400 FAX: 06- 283 4819

[email protected]

INDIVIDUAL LIFE MEMBER

Y.BHG DATUK SEET TIANG CHYE,

PAST PRESIDENT

H/P: 012-681 1848

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MDM. MADELINA KUAH, DSM,BCM,BKT,PJK

H/P: 019-665 7221

TN. HJ MOIDU B.T. ABU BAKAR, AMN,PJK

H/P: 016-665 5419

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MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR 2016

This blogspot is being created to compliment our main Tourism Melaka website at www.tourism-melaka.com.

We hope to write our comments and views on the development of the tourism sector in Melaka so that old cultural jewels can be retained and new ones generated to attract more visitors to our Melakan shores.

For us to continue our journey, we like to invite visitors to pen their comments and views so that we can create a sustainable and vibrant tourism sector in Melaka.

Enjoy.

TW Kang

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