A global event of a huge scale, be it related to entertainment, arts, lifestyle or sports, can bring in substantial revenue for any country, and could also potentially mean tourists flowing into the country in the months to come. However, there’s usually stiff competition for such events from other cities who try equally hard to get the event on their turf. This is where having a department that focuses solely on promoting the country for such events, pays good dividends.
About Malaysia Major Events
Take for example, Malaysia Major Events, an agency under the Ministry of Tourism & Culture (Official Body) who job is to put Malaysia on the world map as the event venue of choice for huge events.
Malaysia Major Events is a division of Malaysia Convention and Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB), which comes under the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Malaysia. If a major sports, arts, lifestyle or entertainment event has to happen in Asia, these guys put in their best efforts and try to get the event in a Malaysian city.
International motorcycle festival, South Indian International Movie Awards, Kids Golf World Championship, and concerts by famous International artistes, are just some of the events that have happened or scheduled to happen in Malaysia, due to the efforts of Malaysia Major Events.
Mariah Carey to Perform in Malaysia
Mariah Carey will be performing live in KL, Malaysia on October 22, 2014 as part of The Elusive Chanteuse Tour. The event is organized by IME Productions, and has the complete backing of Malaysia Major Events.
Mariah Carey to perform live in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Oct 22nd, 2014 as part of The Elusive Chanteuse Show
Good thing for Indians is that Malaysia is not too far and there’s good connectivity to Kuala Lumpur from major cities in India. So if you’re a die-hard fan of Mariah Carey, you just need a valid passport to attend the concert. Not keen on watching Mariah? Checkout the other exciting events that are lined up by Malaysia Major Events. Visiting Malaysia from India is quite affordable as well, compared to other countries in Asia. So what are you waiting for?