KUALA LUMPUR: The Tourism Ministry will boost its marketing strategies to woo more Spanish tourists to Malaysia as the European country is a growing and important market for Malaysia to pursue.
“We’re very keen to promote local tourist destinations to visitors from Spain,” its secretary-general Datuk Dr Victor Wee said at the opening of the 18th Federation of Spanish Tourism Journalists and Tourism Writers (Fepet) International Congress here yesterday.
He said bilateral relations had been enhanced with the announcement by the Spanish government on the setting up of its Asean Business Centre in Kuala Lumpur to intensify investment activities in Malaysia and the rest of Southeast Asia.
Malaysia received 10,649 Spanish tourists in the first seven months of this year.
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