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Tourism Malaysia launches new schuba diving packages, promotional video, and contest

Tourism Malaysia launches new schuba diving packages, promotional video, and contest

KUCHAL LUPU – Tourism Malaysia recently unveiled a new 4-minute promotional video called “Dive Into The Unimaginable” that highlights the wonders of the underwater kaleidoscope and stunning array of aquatic flora and fauna found in Malaysia. This video was created to capitalise on the potential of the water sports segment, particularly scuba diving, in luring tourists to the nation.

Divers return to Malaysia because of the country’s diverse marine life, warm, clear seas, stunning islands, and spectacular beaches. The film showcases some of the top diving locations, including as the Tioman and Aur Islands in Johor, Kapas Island and Perhentian Island in Terengganu, and the crystal-clear seas of Sipadan in Sabah.

A new collection of 41 unique scuba diving packages called “Dive Into The Unimaginable Packages” has also been released by Tourism Malaysia to go along with its promotional video. This collection will be promoted both domestically and abroad through all available channels, including its social media platforms and overseas offices.

These new personalised programmes, which cater to divers of all skill levels, whether novices, amateurs, or professionals, will fit everyone. However, a group of knowledgeable teachers and guides will assure your safety, and the packages include lodging, food, and transportation for your comfort while visiting Malaysia.

Tourism Malaysia’s Datuk Musa Yusof stated: “To pique the interest of more scuba diving enthusiasts, we also organise an online contest in which participants can share their best experiences engaging in scuba diving in Malaysia and stand a chance to win exclusive diving packages and more.”

During the Malaysia International Dive Exhibition (MIDE), which runs from May 26–28 at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC), Kuala Lumpur, both scuba diving packages and the competition will be marketed. At this annual exhibition, which aims to promote the diving sector and draw an average of 12,000 visitors, Tourism Malaysia will send eight agents.

Source: traveldailynews

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