Malaysia Tourism Council celebrated it’s 30th anniversary in a splendid dinner affair last Saturday at Dewan Perdana Felda,Kuala Lumpur.
Attended by people from the tourism industry and major travel agencies from both Malaysia and overseas, it was an event of networking and fellowship.
Malaysia Tourism Council revealed their long term plans on further eleviating Malaysia in international level as well as their official travel magazine, Santai Travel during their 30th Anniversary Dinner.
In line of their effort to support domestic travel, guests were also given a glimpse of what some states will have to offer for the Visit Malaysia year 2017 and #DekatJe campaign, mainly Perak, Johor and Terengganu.
The ‘Ulek Mayang’ dance being performed during the Malaysia Tourism Council 30th Anniversary Dinner. The dance originates from Terengganu and is said to have ritualistic element where the dance is actually performed to summon the spirit of seven mystical princess to heal a sick person.
Watch the video. Eerily real and I actually got goosebumps when I recorded the video.
It’s no secret that I am officially a Thai Lakorn addict and when the all time favourite Siamese hit ‘Sabai, Sabai’ being performed during Malaysia Tourism Council’s 30th Anniversary Dinner, I can’t help but sing along.
Needless to say, as a family friendly tourism activist, my family and I were all hyped up during the dinner as we get to meet likeminded people with the same visions and goals, and we sure hope that in tourism, we unite.