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Malaysia Airlines and Tourism Malaysia Host an Exclusive Event at Trivandrum’s Lulu Mall to Showcase Malaysian Hospitality

Dersenish Aresandiran, Chief Commercial Officer, Airlines (CCO), Malaysia Aviation Group

Dersenish Aresandiran, Chief Commercial Officer, Airlines (CCO), Malaysia Aviation Group

Malaysia Airlines, in collaboration with Tourism Malaysia, is thrilled to announce an exciting event at Lulu Mall, Trivandrum from 2 to 3 March 2024 as part of collaborative efforts to strengthen Malaysia’s position as an irresistible tourist destination while highlighting the airline’s inimitable Malaysian Hospitality.

The two-day event will provide visitors the chance to immerse in various fun games and activities by providing a glimpse of the airline’s in-flight and product offerings, which will be emceed by RJ from Radio Mirchi.

Dersenish Aresandiran, Chief Commercial Officer of Airlines (CCO) from Malaysia Aviation Group, commented “As the flag bearer of the country, we remain committed to facilitating seamless journeys as the gateway to Asia and beyond, and fostering cultural exchange between our two nations. With our extensive connectivity to and from India, we extend a warm invitation for travellers to experience the best of Malaysian Hospitality and discover the richness of our culture, diversity and cuisine.”

Following the Malaysian government’s announcement of the 30-day visa-free entry for Indian visitors until 31 December 2024, the airline has recently extended its Holiday Special Sale for travellers flying from Amritsar (ATQ), Ahmedabad (AMD) and Trivandrum (TRV) – three of its recently launched routes. Valid till 6 March 2024 and for immediate travel up to 30 November 2024, this sale provides travellers from these three routes an opportunity to enjoy enticing all-in return fares starting from INR 12,999 on Economy Class and from INR 37,999 on Business Class.

Additionally, the airline also offers an exciting programme called “Bonus Side Trip” which allows passengers an opportunity to enjoy a free side trip to any of Malaysia Airlines’ domestic (peninsular) destinations while they are on their transit journey.

Razaidi Abdul Rahim, Director-Tourism Malaysia Chennai (South India & Sri Lanka) said, “Through this exciting event, Tourism Malaysia is thrilled to showcase the rich tapestry of Malaysia’s diverse culture in collaboration with Malaysia Airlines. We extend a warm invitation to explore our vibrant heritage, picturesque landscapes, and unforgettable experiences. We would also like to proudly announce that the arrival of tourists from India to Malaysia were 5,87,703 from January – November in the year 2023. Together, let us forge stronger bonds between Malaysia and India, fostering a cultural exchange that transcends borders and catapult tourism to new heights.”

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