Thursday, October 23, 2008

Sabah Tourism Board launches Chinese website

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Tourism Board has launched its Chinese version website in addition to English, Bahasa Malaysia, Japanese and Korean languages.

Aimed at attracting Chinese travellers from the China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong markets, the new Sabah Tourism Simplified and Traditional Chinese web sites shall become a favourable means of information regarding the Land Below the Wind, all in their preferred language.

Once logged on to, visitors will be given language options on the first page. Sabah Tourism website is currently the only Malaysian state tourism website that offers 5-language options which are spoken by 2 billion people—about one third of world’s population. This move is also in line with the nation’s tourism strategy to reach more Asian visitor mass.

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