Tourism Western Australia has launched its new Muslim Travel Guide in Malaysia today – a compilation of information tailored for Muslim travellers in Malaysia to fly down under and explore the dreamlike state with ease.
Western Australia is Australia’s largest state and is filled with unique experiences derived from its natural and cultural heritage. It’s home to world-heritage listed destinations, including one of the world’s largest fringing coral reefs, and it’s home to one of the world’s oldest living cultures. Western Australia is an otherworldly destination and the guide is available to assist Malaysian Muslim travellers for a smooth travel experience, catering to their needs.
Western Australia’s Walking on a Dream brand is appealing to adventurous explorers, and the guide covers an updated resource to Western Australia’s natural and cultural attractions as well as excursions like road trips and day trips. It also features an extensive list of available Halal eateries and accessible Muslim-dedicated spaces located throughout the state.
Tourism Western Australia’s Country Manager for Singapore and Malaysia, Ava Ang said Western Australia is a special place that offers many rare and unique experiences for anyone who seeks it. “We hope the relaunch of our Muslim Guide will ease travel planning for Malaysian Muslim travellers to visit the state, marvel at its natural wonders and experience its rich cultural heritage for themselves,” Ava said.
The guide offers more than just travel itineraries – it provides comprehensive information such as travel guidelines from arrivals, driving and public transportation – a helpful resource for non-Muslim travellers who are planning their trip to Western Australia.
The application process for Electronic Travel Authority (ETA), a similar representative of a VISA to enter Australia, can now be obtained within a week of application, though it is advisable that applications are submitted at least four weeks prior to departure to avoid any unforeseen circumstances.