Tourism Malaysia features products and services at the Sabre Brunei Travel Fair

Tourism Malaysia is currently at the Sabre Brunei Travel Fair 2023 until 1 October at Onecity Shopping Centre, showcasing various holiday products from Malaysia.

The tourism promotion office is joined by six other Malaysian sellers – Tourism Melaka, Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council, Tiara Labuan Hotel, Labuan Rusukan Besar Resort, Sutera Sanctuary Lodges and Sabah Fertility Centre.

In addition, Sarawak Tourism Board and Sabah Tourism Board are also participating alongside its exhibitors to provide first-hand information to visitors at their respective booths.

Image: Azrina Zin

At the two-day travel fair, customers can stand a chance to join the “Cuti-Cuti Malaysia” Swipe & Win campaign offering exciting holiday packages to Genting Highlands, Kuala Lumpur, Melaka, Penang, Johor, Kuching, and Kota Kinabalu a joint collaboration with Straits Central Agencies (SCA) and Baiduri Bank Brunei.

The “Cuti-Cuti Malaysia” Swipe & Win campaign also offers a lucky draw entry exclusively for Baiduri Bank Debit and Credit Card Holders for every minimum spend of B$20 in Malaysia.

Moreover, for the campaign, customers can also get a triple chance for any purchases of travel products made only at Straits Central Agencies Sdn Bhd.

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Not only that, but Straits Central Agencies (SCA) will also be offering Miss SHOPhia Shopping Hunt Penang Edition where customers can participate by purchasing a 3 Days 2 Nights Penang Miss SHOPhia Shopping Hunt Package from as low as B$399.00 per person from SCA.

The first three teams will get B$200 off. This package includes a two-night stay, airfare EX Miri to Penang, daily breakfast, return airport transfer from Penang airport to hotel and the Shopping Hunt registration fee worth RM300 per team.

Image: Iqbal Dato Selamat
Iqbal Dato Selamat

Moreover, customers who purchase accommodation, air tickets, and holiday packages to any state in Malaysia from Freme Travel Services and Pan Bright Travel Services at the travel fair are eligible to receive Parkson Shopping Vouchers (for early birds).

According to Tourism Malaysia, from January to June 2023, Malaysia recorded 407,566 Brunei tourist arrivals to Malaysia, making Brunei Darussalam the top four tourist arrivals contributor from the ASEAN region.

For 2023, Malaysia has set its target of 16.1 million international tourist arrivals with RM49.2 billion (USD11.19 billion) in tourism revenue.

The Tourism Malaysia’s booth were officiated by Deputy Minister at the Prime Minister’s Office, Deputy Chairman of Royal Brunei Airlines Dato Seri Paduka Awang Mohd Riza,Malaysian High Commissioner to Brunei Darussalam Dato’ Raja Reza Raja Zaib Shah and Director of Tourism Malaysia Brunei Darussalam Hazrina Azman.

Image: Iqbal Dato Selamat


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