Revive Tourism Sector Through Melakan Visit Melaka Packages 3.0 Campaign

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The third phase of promotional campaign “Melakan Visit Melaka Packages 3.0” with tagline Melaka Is The Place To Be & Relax @ Melaka was launched on 12 March 2021 by Datuk Muhammad Jailani Khamis, Chairman of Melaka State Committee for Tourism, Heritage and Culture at the Freeport A’Famosa Outlet.

This latest campaign promotes 24 attraction places with attractive accommodations and golf packages, which will last for 10 months until 31 December 2021. There are additional 6 attractions that were added to boost this campaign, including a new attraction named Freeport A’Famosa Outlet Firefly Magical Light Show and more attractions are in the pipelines to promotes Melaka Is The Place To Be Your Next Holiday Destination.

The first phase of the promotional campaign “Melakan Visit Melaka 1.0” was introduced on 8 November 2020, which is a proactive measure by the State government together with the Tourism Promotion Division, in an effort to ensure the tourism sector especially industry players and small traders in the state is not adversely affected despite the economic uncertainties following the spread of COVID-19. The promotional campaign targeted domestic tourists among Melaka residents who hold identity cards with the number 04 or 30 and those who live in the state to take a vacation in their own state.

On 21 November 2020, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Sulaiman Md Ali launched the second phase of promotional campaign “Melakan Visit Melaka 2.0” and Melaka Zoo Tunnel, in order to enhance the effort to revive the tourism sector of the state. As of 31 December 2020, a total of 58,465 packages were sold through the second version of the campaign with total earnings of RM459,948.

The Melaka State government would request from the National Security Council to provide more relaxation of the travel conditions so that visitors will be allowed to use private vehicles. This was based on the view of travellers’ constraint, especially those with families, to move from one tourist location to another, besides helping to reduce their travel costs. Meanwhile, the State government has also given the assurance that there would be no increase in the RM2 heritage tax imposed on visitors this year to encourage more tourists to visit Melaka.

During the launching campaign, Melaka was recognised by Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) and Tourism Productivity Nexus (TPN) as the first state that 100% compliance based on COVID-19 adopt and adhere guidelines and government issued COVID-19 SOP. In addition, there are 500 tourism related premises in Melaka will be certified with certificate of SOP compliance through stages.


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