Don’t swipe your credit card to the anonymous travel agents that will call you anytime because MATTA Fair 2010 is back – bigger. MATTA fair is the real deal, at MATTA fair you can directly face the travel and tourism players. So you can ask them directly about the travel package, discount and offers. So, with many booth available including the Airlines companies, like firefly, Air Mauritius and Egypt Air, your can make a right decision for your travel budget.
There are also Tourism Agencies from foreign nations to name the few like HONG KONG TOURISM BOARD,HO CHI MINH CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE, INDIA TOURISM, CHINA NATIONAL TOURIST OFFICE, MACAU GOVERNMENT TOURIST OFFICE, NEPAL TOURISM BOARD and TOURISM AUSTRALIA. With many of the foreign tourism agencies coming, it’s a good time for you if planning doing outbound. Can ask their government representative directly about tips and legal issues for traveling at their country.
MATTA FAIR 2010 will be held at Putra World Trade Center (PWTC) Kuala Lumpur from 12th-14th of March 2010. Don’t miss this magnificent event which comes twice a year. For more info about exhibitor, map and floor plan visit their official website here.
At the MATTA fair 2010, Tourism Australia also will launch the ‘Only in Oz Holidays’ campaign . Read the news about it below:
‘Only in Oz’ launch targets MATTA Fair visitors
By S Puvaneswary, Kuala Lumpur (2010-03-10)
TOURISM Australia has teamed up with Malaysia Airlines (MAS) to sharpen the destination’s appeal, particularly to attract first-time visitors.
The ‘Only in Oz Holidays’ campaign launched yesterday to boost Australia’s appeal over rival destinations will feature the launch of air and ground packages at this weekend’s MATTA Fair for consumers in Kuala Lumpur.
Australian deals at the fair will kick off with MAS’ all-inclusive fares from as low as RM649 (US$195) to Australia, while Australian agency specialists will provide ground packages with savings between A$100 (US$91.50) and A$150 per person to selected Australian destinations, such as Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Tasmania, Perth and Adelaide.
Bookings can be made until September 30.
Malaysia is currently Australia’s seventh largest market with 2009 arrivals of 211,500, a rise of 24 per cent over 2008.
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