The Malaysian Tourist Board participates in the 2021 edition of Milan Married, staged from 7 to 10 October next to the Novegro Exhibition Park, in partnership with Nessie Travel. “Before Covid, on a total of 54,710 Italians who visited Malaysia in 2019, at least 45-50% were honeymooners – points out Libra Haniff, director of the organization -. And during these months of closure, we have found that many of the Italians who should have left in 2020 and 2021 were honeymooners. We want to dedicate our “engine warm-up” to them, participating in MilanoSposi con Nessie Travel, an important name in the industry. On September 16, the island of Langkawi reopened to domestic tourism, and other destinations such as Tioman, Pangkor and all those that will reach an 80% vaccination rate will gradually reopen. Are optimistic in thinking that it will also reopen to international tourism starting from early 2022».
Loredana Rinaldi, founder of Nessie Viaggi, adds: “For us, the fair represents an opportunity to involve the couple in a dream destination, perfectly in line with the current trend ofsearch for a holiday that is also sustainability and nature. An average trip costs from 4 to 5 thousand euros each including experiences, a unique adventure for which we have already collected several requests for when the destination reopens. ” .