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Malaysia Tourism Report Q1 2014

Malaysia tourism market forecast to report increased inbound and outbound traffic up to 2017

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The Malaysia tourism report examines the enormous long term potential for growth offered by this expanding market in the Asia Pacific region. Tourism in the country receives a great deal of support from the government, both through effective marketing campaigns and extensive infrastructure investment programmes. As such the country is well placed to take advantage of the growth we expect to see in inbound and outbound travel throughout our forecast period to 2017.

While inbound arrivals to Malaysia stuttered slightly in 2011, with just 0.56% growth in 2011 as many major source markets were affected by the global credit crunch, from 2013 onwards we expect to see substantial growth in the number of visitors arriving in the country. The majority will



come from the Asia Pacific region, and by 2017 we expect annual arrivals to reach over 32.2mn.

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