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ZOOM! Malaysia – Domestic Tourism Campaign 2008/09

Posted by on May 18th, 2008
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Why go overseas when your backyard offers a wealth of natural attractions?

zoom malaysiaZoom! Malaysia encapsulates the main aim of the domestic tourism campaign 2008 / 2009 which is urging we Malaysians to give priority to our local vacation destinations and encourages us to look at Malaysia with a different view. Zoom! Malaysia will replace the previous “Cuti-cuti Malaysia” campaign.

Going on vacation overseas used to be a luxury many of us took for granted but with uncertainty in the global economy, vacationing at home has now become a sensible choice.

The campaign title “Zoom! Malaysia” is a catchy phrase which transcends language, culture and racial barriers.

We Malaysians have to work hard to make Malaysia the first choice in the world’s tourism destination and doing everything that can make it more beautiful and attractive to tourists, and to ourselves.

Zoom! Malaysia, the brainchild of Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Azalina Othman, was created to get tourists — especially locals — to look at Malaysia with fresh eyes.

** The following publications is from NST – a definite read for anyone interested in finding out more on the domestic Zoom! Malaysia tourism campaign.

  • February 2009
  • January 2009
  • December 2008
  • November 2008
  • October 2008
  • September 2008
  • August 2008
  • July 2008
  • June 2008
  • May 2008
  • From NST

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    18 Responses »

    1. the best

    2. Can I now about zoom malaysia in PERAK please!!!coz iot is about my village…
      and..zoom mzlaysia is so good for tourism people!





    6. i want join zoom malaysia..but why?..i student tourism..i like zoom malaysia

    7. I |_ () \/ 3 Malays!@!!!~.~

      im so lucky to be born here, i love the natural, buildings, flora fauna, so special to me!!~.-

    8. calmness and tranquility are extraordinary here,not to mention about the inter racial harmony ambience that we can hardly see at other countries..knowing own culture and heritage of others are the infinite knowledge that we can gain n appreciate..

    9. i love zoom malaysia,

      any suggestion
      what is the best place in n.sembilan to visit

    10. i like zoom malaysia music video and song sung by joe flizzow(malaysia’s hip hop legend),and noryn aziz(one of malaysia’s hottest singer) and KLG sqwad(unity hip hop gang)…i really like them..

      peace,peace 2the peace MALAYSIA.



    11. Proud 2 be a Malaysian!!!

    12. malaysia is the best.

    13. it been great if the Zooom could come and visit homestay mada kampung pulau a beautiful place to visit.around with paddy please come visit

    14. i like to know about sabah. i want to celebrate my 1st wedding anniversary at sabah but i’ve no idea where are the interesting place to go? plz some one to guide me….

    15. hello, is anyone can gives me the info about kuching? im going there in may 2010, 4D 3N. pls recmmand any reasonable tour package , accomadation,and car rental, tq

    16. hello….next month dec 2009 im going to holiday 1st my honeymone 4D3N. Can u recmmand me tour package the interesting place to holiday….tq

    17. good malaysia.malaysia boleh!!!!

    18. Well, together with my two friends we climbed Mount KK from 12th to 13th June 2010. It’s certainly a tough way up but tougher down….! A stick definitely will help ease some of the strain on your necks! :b The nite climb from Laban Ratan is certainly full of excitement but companied with lots of hidden dangers so please be prepare to be hanging of a rope secured to a tree! Drink lots of water and bring lots of energy bars!

      You will be rewarded with a spectacular view or should I call it magnificent view overlooking the clouds and mountain after mountain just beneath your eyes! The sunrise would be one think you must never miss which rises at around 5.50am which means you only have 3 hours to reach the summit! In order to do that, training, training and training is required.

      Enjoy your climb and hope it helps…!

      (Ps. A side note: I bought a shoe from this shop call Tech City Outdoor if I didn’t remember wrongly! Well, it gave way after few hours so do consider although its price is good)

      All the best!:b