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Malaysia’s tourism authorities are banking on regional travel bubbles to kickstart tourism recovery post-Covid-19, as international travel from medium and longhaul markets will take a longer time to recover.

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The Federation of ASEAN Travel Associations (FATA) is organising an online forum on “Way Forward for Tourism in ASEAN” on 19 June at 3.00PM (+8 GMT) Malaysia time.

As the coronavirus leaves economies reeling, the tourism industry will be among the first to recover, and its revival will spur the economic growth in South-east Asia, said the Federation of ASEAN Travel Associations (FATA).

Survey on Domestic Travel in Malaysia after Movement Control Order (MCO) 7th - 13th April 2020

The Federation of ASEAN Travel Associations (FATA) has elected KL Tan as its new president for the next two years, taking over from Mingkwan Metmowlee who served from 2018-2020.



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The second FATA Convention was held in conjunction with the MATTA Travel Exchange (MTEX) in Putrajaya, Malaysia from 27-28 April.

Halal Cruise presentation by Datuk Hamzah Rahmat, Executive Director, FATA at Cruise World Asia, Singapore in October 2018

The second FATA Convention will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in April 2019. Stay tuned for more updates!

The first FATA Convention held in Chiangmai, Thailand marks the beginning of a new era of cooperation amongst key national travel and tour agency associations in ASEAN.

Southeast Asia is a teeming melting pot of some 630-million multi-ethnic, multi-religious and multilingual peoples. It is a region of many cultures, yet, amidst this multiplicity of races, there are common threads that bind the peoples of Southeast Asia.

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