Travel Agent NewsMATTA travel fair 2023 is expected to attract a quarter of a million visitors.

As a MATTA of fact, this fair will be HUGE

MATTA expects to generate US$105.6m in sales.
MATTA expects to generate US$105.6m in sales.
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In another sign travel demand is rebounding faster than anyone predicted, the Malaysian Association of Tour & Travel Agents is predicting a bumper turnout for its 2023 MATTA Fair happening between 17 and 19 March next year.

The fair will be held at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC) and is expected to draw more than 250,000 visitors generating a total of RM 500 million (US$105.6m) in sales over a three-day period.

“This latest edition of the MATTA Fair will not only be bigger, but it will also be more exciting for travel enthusiasts and bargain hunters alike. It’s a brand-new concept; exciting new products and destinations, lots of cultural content and a celebration of festivals from all over the world,” said Rocky Kho, organising chairman.

“We have received a lot of positive feedback from tourism stakeholders indicating that the fair will feature great travel deals never seen before,” added Kho.

A feature of next year’s fair will be a showcase of cuisines from across Malaysia and other parts of the world.

More information and updates on MATTA Fair’s website and its social media channels on Facebook and Instagram.

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