Malaysia’S Tourism Ministry Wooing Expatriates In West Asia

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July 8, 2014

 

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This 20% can very well afford to vacation in Malaysia. Since most of the expatriates are from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Tengku Adnan said he hoped that the Malaysian Immigration Department would not categorise them as migrant workers looking for jobs but rather as expatriates on holiday in Malaysia, reports Bernama, Malaysian national news agency...
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These expatriates, who came with tourist visas to Kuala Lumpur for a holiday, were planning to fly home via Singapore. However, the immigration officers asked them to produce tickets or proof to back their claims that they were scheduled to go to Singapore. Minister Tengku Adnan told reporters, accompanying him on his visit to the Gulf States to promote ‘Visit Malaysia Year 2007,’ that Malaysia always encourages tourists to travel overland from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore...
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