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Multiculturalism has not only made Malaysia a gastronomical paradise, it has also made Malaysia home to hundreds of colourful festivals. It's no wonder that we love celebrating and socialising. As a people, Malaysians are very laid back, warm and friendly.

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FAQ's About Travel to Malaysia

What is an e-ticket?

An e-ticket is an electronic ticket. It contains all the information shown on a paper ticket, but is stored as an electronic record in the airline's computer system. When the e-ticket has been issued, the passenger simply needs to print out their receipt / itinerary showing the booking reference. At the departure airport the passenger goes straight to the airline check-in desk. The main benefits to the passenger are that the e-tickets cannot be lost; there is no need to queue for tickets at the airport, and itinerary changes (where permitted by the airline) can be handled more easily. This form of ticketing is becoming widespread, and the International Air Transport Association are aiming for 100% implementation of e-ticketing worldwide by the end of 2007.


 
What is the difference between charter flights and scheduled flights?

A charter flight is generally an aircraft chartered by a holiday company, and may operate once or twice a week to various destinations. Most of the seats are sold as part of a package including accommodation sold by the holiday company, but many holiday companies now sell some of the seats without ground arrangements. A scheduled flight is operated and marketed by the airline in its own right, to a regular, published schedule. As the charter flights are for holiday makers they tend to be cheaper but this is reflected in the on board service (meals and drinks are not always included) and seats tend to have slightly less legroom.




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Malaysia To Host two International Tourism Conferences in 2008

Malaysia will host two international tourism conferences, the Global Islamic Tourism Conference and Exhibition (GITC) and the Asia International Tourism Expo (AITE), this year.

Tourism Malaysia Hopes To Attract More

Tourism Malaysia hopes its Feel At Home programme will attract West Asian tourists, especially during summer next year which overlaps with the fasting month.

Capacity cuts expected at Malaysia Airlines

Ambank Research expects Malaysia Airlines (MAS) to cut capacity based on a recent announcement by Singapore Airlines (SIA) that it would be eliminating more than 200 flights due to the weakening demand for air travel.