Malaysian tour operators to explore Namibia
WINDHOEK, 21 – A delegation of 12 Malaysian tour operators is due to visit Namibia on a familiarisation trip from 07 to 15 October 2018.
The tour is organised by the Namibian High Commission in Malaysia.
In a telephonic interview with Nampa Thursday, Higher Commissioner Anne Mutelo emphasised that the aim is to promote and market Namibia as a preferred tourist destination for Malaysian nationals who are looking for new tourist destinations.
She noted that the tour is sponsored by Ethiopian Airlines, the Namibia Tourism Board and Air Namibia.
The excursion will include the coastal towns, Etosha National Park, Namutoni, Popa Falls in Divundu, Impalila Island and Kasika Chobe in the Zambezi Region and Victoria Falls.
Malaysia, a Southeast Asian country with a population of 31.2 million, is known for its beaches and rainforests. The population includes a mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultural influences.
The capital, Kuala Lumpur is home to colonial buildings and busy shopping districts.