Tourism Malaysia Workshop in Dublin

Tourism Malaysia Workshop in Dublin

Tourism Malaysia had a successful trade workshop and lunch in The Spencer Hotel in Dublin. The event was attended by H.E. Dato Syed Sultan Idris, the Ambassador of Malaysia to Ireland, together with Ishak Ismail, Senior Deputy Director-Aero Division- of Tourism Malaysia, and Junus Suhid, Director – UK and Ireland for Tourism Malaysia.

Jim Vaughan,Just and Martin Penrose,If Only at  the workshop.

Jim Vaughan,, and Martin Penrose, If Only, at the workshop

More than 12 people travelled to Dublin for the roadshow plus senior personnel from Tourism Malaysia. The event was organised by Isabel Oliveira, Marketing Manager for Tourism Malaysia in Dublin.

Fiona Dobbyn,Classic Resorts,Syaliza Abd.Aziz,Tourism Malaysia and Joanna Kavanagh, Club Travel attended the workshop.

Fiona Dobbyn, Classic Resorts; Syaliza Abd. Aziz, Tourism Malaysia; and Joanna Kavanagh, Club Travel

H.E. Dato Syed Sultan Ismail said that tourism is a vital component to the Malaysian economy and that Irish visitors are popular in his country. He pointed out that Malaysia is truly Asia: “Because of the diverse culture generated by the Malay, Chinese and Indian population, the nation has a melting pot for all of Asia.”

Renata Pereira,RCSI,and Jackie Herssens,Travlmood,  were at he event.

Renata Pereira, RCSI, with Jackie Herssens, Travelmood

He added that the mega fam promotion organised by Tourism Malaysia had been a tremendous success with more 9,000 travel trade professionals participating since its inception. He concluded by pointing out that Malaysia is ‘must visit’ destination for Irish travellers.

Promoting Malaysia athe event were Anita Szabo,Panorama Tours, Henry Wang,Overland Discovery Holidays and Azina Muslim,Belem Rainforrest Resort.

Promoting Malaysia at the event were Anita Szabo, Panorama Tours; Henry Wong, Overland Discovery Holidays; and Azrina  Muslim, Belum Rainforest Resort

Helaen Chesman,The Datai Langkawi and Sarah Collins,travelmood  met  at the lunch.

Helaen Chesman, The Datai Langkawi, and Sarah Collins, Travelmood

H.E. Dato Syed Sultan Idris,the Ambassador of Malaysia to Ireland.

H.E. Dato Syed Sultan Idris,the Ambassador of Malaysia to Ireland.

Isabel Oliveira the Marketin Manager  for Tourism Malaysia in Dublin .

Isabel Oliveira the Marketing Manager for Tourism Malaysia in Dublin .

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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