After the Covid phase has finally settled down, Malaysia has eased out their travel restrictions by lifting the border sanctions on the 1st of April 2022. The country now openly welcomes tourists from across the globe, and wishes to raise a toast to the same. Malaysia Tourism will be organizing its first and primary roadshow in India, which will commence on the 18th of April, and conclude on the last day of the month.
Six Indian cities will be covered throughout the complete roadshow, and they are Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. The entire Malaysian Tourism team is working behind the success of the show, which includes the Senior Director of International Promotion Division (Asia & Africa), Mr. Manoharan Periasamy, and the below fellowships –
- Three airlines of Malaysian origins.
- Twenty two travel agents.
- Four hoteliers
- Four products owners
For Malaysia, Indian tourists have provided one of the highest footfalls marking upto 735,309 arrivals in 2019. India was chosen as the chief location for the Malaysian roadshow to reinstate the travel comeback. This is evident in Mr. Manoharan’s statement, “This is the right time to be back in India, and planning a roadshow is very opportune. The resumption of schedules international flights from India coincides with the reopening of Malaysia’s international borders.” He continues to show his curiosity to work in India and make this event a hit by adding, “We are thrilled enthusiastic to welcome Indian travelers back on exciting, new value-driven and action-packed itineraries to witness the best and latest of what Malaysia has to offer.”
Future Malaysia travelers will be surprised to witness some new and exhilarating country spots like the Genty SkyWorld which is an alfresco theme park, the revamped Sunway Resort located in Kuala Lumpur, and the second towering building in the world, Merdeka 118. Formely known as the British Malaya, the country has always been in the bucket lists of avid travelers because of its picturesque beaches, remote islands, serene hills and heritage sites.
India sits amongst the top 4 countries that fly to vacay commonly in Malaysia. And this activity has now been resumed from the beginning of April 2022. All fully-vaccinated travelers around the globe can visit this place for a quarantine-free holiday. You must ensure to undergo an RT-PCR covid test two days prior to your travel, and an RTK-Ag test within a day of your arrival in Malaysia. Prospective tourists can apply for the Malaysia eVISA online. Also, Malaysian Airlines, Malindo Air, AirAsia, IndiGo and Air India Express are indulged in the safe travel of visitors between India and Malaysia, offering beyond 14,000 seats weekly.