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Tourisim in malaysia
Transcript of Tourisim in malaysia
Intro to Malaysia
So as we covered over this whole presentation Malaysia is a country encompassing a variety of attractions for touristic purposes and have a multicultural community which is also a big factor of attracting people. Also having historical past Malaysia is a country that was ruled by several big powers of the ancient time like Japan, China, Spain, England together with the natives of the country that each and every one of them left a mark that can be distinguish as a landmark that people want to visit since it’s an oddity that merge with another culture. Examples would be Melaka and Pulau Penang.
The capital of Malaysia namely Kuala Lumpur is a very famous city around the world, for it has the twin tower which is one the most famous and highest skyscrapers in the world. Together with mixtures of big malls, the natural attractions like rainforests, or peaceful island Malaysia has become one of the world most renowned touristic countries.
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Klcc twin tower
Sunway lagon themepark
The fun never stops at Genting, City of Entertainment, perched on the top of cool, breezy Genting Highlands. One big attraction in Genting is the cool weather. Because of the 2,000m altitude, Malaysians like to visit just to enjoy the 'European'
Malaysia's largest highland resort. Walks through lovely little villages, visits to the butterfly, strawberry, honey bee farms and sprawling tea plantations or meals at the delightful Tudor-styled country inns, are all pleasurable and relaxing activities to be experienced here. You can't beat the weather up here. A few days out of the
sweltering lowland heat will surely recharge your batteries.
Batu Caves is a an iconic and popular tourist attraction in Selangor.
Taman Negara (National Park) is the first and the oldest official Protected Area in the country,
Kl bird park
The KL Bird Park is located in the serene and scenic Perdana Botanical Gardens, 10 minutes away from the Kuala Lumpur city centre.
Zoo Negara (National Zoo) was officially opened by the country's first prime minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman on 14 November, 1963.
Beaches and islands attractios
sultan abdul samad building
kl railway station
st george church
2 monsoon season
mean night time
temperature: 32 C
- where ?
- divided into
- separated by :
south china sea
the straits of malace
main races , malay , chinese and indians
in 2006 : 26,888,000
59% Malay and other indigenous race, 32% Chinese and 9% Indian.
Multicultural and multiracial population
malay is the official language
english is widely spoken
Muslim (primarily Malays), Buddhism (Chinese), Hindu (Indian), Christianity, Taoism and tribal religions.
christ church malacca
Malacca City is the capital city of the Malaysian state of Malacca
tourists arrivals and receipts by year 2012- 1998
rank of malaysia tourism
tourists arrivals in melaka and malaysia
1. Earns foreign exchange
The tourism industry in Malaysia currently ranks as the country’s second biggest foreign exchange earner.
Travel inflows of the tourism industry have been steadily increasing at an average of 11% per year during the period 2000 to 2011.
Tourist spending remains the main contributor to earnings in the services account in the balance of payments, generating an average of 48.4% of gross receipts on an annual basis.
Importance of Tourism Industry
2. Contributes to economic growth
- Tourism contributed 11.2% to the GDP in 2010.
- Tourism industry has contributed significantly to the Malaysian economy, particularly to the wholesale and retail trade as well as accommodation and restaurant subsectors. These two subsectors account for the largest share to the services sector.
- Under the Tenth Malaysia Plan, the wholesale and retail trade subsector has been identified as one of the drivers of economic activity that has the potential to contribute significantly to the Malaysian economy.
- subsector is expected to register a growth rate of 8.3% per annum, contributing 15.1% of GDP in 2015.
3. Provides employment
The tourism industry contributes a significant share of Malaysia’s total employment. In 2010, tourism-related activities provided
representing 15.9% of the total workforce.
However, employment creation is even higher, taking into account the strong linkages tourism has with other segments of the economy, such as transport, retail, utilities, food and beverages, as well as financial services.
4. Attracts investment
The growing tourism industry has stimulated investment in Malaysia particularly in the accommodation industry. There are many international hotels to cater to tourist demand.
As at end-June 2012, the total number of hotels in Malaysia increased to 2,575¹ mostly located in Johor.
1.8 million employment
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