Minister: Tourism recovery plan 2.0 will offer tourists discounts, vouchers and benefits

Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri speaks to the media following the launch of a special program under the Tourism Recovery Plan 2.0 in Putrajaya, June 24, 2022. — Bernamapic

Friday, June 24, 2022 7:22 PM MYT

SHAH ALAM, 24 June. The Tourism Recovery Plan 2.0 Special Interest Program, launched today, will benefit Malaysians through incentives in the form of discounts, vouchers and discounts included in various exciting travel packages in the country.

Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri said that under the plan, the RM6.7 million travel packages and vouchers cover tourism segments such as theme parks, scuba diving under the Jom Dive 2.0 campaign, as well as homestay as part of the Jom Cuti di Homestay. The campaign will be sold.

Nancy said the program was made possible through the collaboration of the Malaysian Theme Park and Family Attractions Association (MATFA), the Malaysian Diving Association (MSDA) and the Malaysian Kampungstay and Homestay Association.

“We hope that this recovery plan will help industry players remain competitive and strengthen the domestic tourism industry,” she said today during her speech at the presentation of the plan.

She said the packages offered will include discounts of up to 40% and e-vouchers worth RM10 for every theme park or family attraction entry ticket purchased from today through October 2.

“Each consumer can have a maximum of three redemptions at three different theme parks or family attractions, and purchases must be made on the website.

“The Jom Dive 2.0 campaign offers a RM400 discount on each RM1,000 or more scuba diving package purchased in a single transaction at and is limited to the first 1994 customers on a first come, first served basis. “maintained base,” Nancy said.

Meanwhile, the Jom Cuti di Homestay campaign allows consumers to receive discounts ranging from RM50 to RM300 for every package purchase of RM100 or more, with a maximum of three discounts.

“In total, offers 150 packages with 67 clusters of homestay operators from across the country, valid until December 31st,” she added.

Regarding her ministry’s readiness to welcome tourists in light of the new wave of Covid-19, she said they are always keeping an eye on the latest developments in cases and will adhere to the guidelines issued by the health ministry. — Burnama


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