The inaugural Malaysia-China Tourism and Trade Summit 2019 will take place next month. It is considered to be the best platform to promote the country's tourism industry and strengthen bilateral trade between the two countries.
The chairman of the summit, Bryan Chew, said that the 100 delegates from China who would be attending the three-day summit will comprise of businessmen, investors and company leaders.
He also added that all the delegates would be taken to visit interesting and historic destinations of Malaysia such as Malacca, Genting Highlands, and Pangkor island.
He hopes that when they return to China, they will be able to say good things about Malaysia as next year Malaysia is gearing up for its much-awaited campaign- Visit Malaysia 2020.
"We hope that such an effort can be a catalyst to help expand the country's tourism sector and attract more Chinese tourists here," he further added.
The three-day summit will be held on December 7. In addition to seminars and conferences, it will also host an exhibition on products and services offered by Malaysian and Chinese companies. Bryan commented that he is expecting almost 200 delegates including 100 delegates from China to attend the summit.
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