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Tourism Malaysia takes part in Dive Show 2024 in Moscow


By Rafiq Vayani

MOSCOW: The largest water sports event of 2024 hosted in Moscow, and Tourism Malaysia is delighted to announce its participation in Dive Show 2024. The event is scheduled to take place from 8 to 11 February 2024 at the exhibition area in the heart of Moscow, specifically at Gostiniy Dvor. Tourism Malaysia is poised to captivate underwater enthusiasts with compelling reasons to explore the wonders of Malaysia.

Malaysia’s dive sites boast a rich tapestry of marine life, from large fish to captivating macro life, making it a sought-after destination for divers of all skill levels. The country features numerous top-notch dive sites, including Sipadan Island, Mabul Island, Redang Island, Perhentian Island, and Tioman Island, providing an unforgettable experience amidst pristine natural surroundings.

Malaysia is home to numerous dive centres and nature reserves, drawing diving enthusiasts from around the globe. The nation actively engages in preserving and protecting its coral reefs, fostering a unique and rare underwater wildlife experience. Malaysia’s dive sites are easily accessible, offering shallow locations suitable for beginners and more challenging sites for seasoned divers.

Mr. Zulkifli Bin Mohamed, Deputy Director of Tourism Malaysia–Moscow office, remarks, “Malaysia welcomes a significant number of tourists each year, particularly those interested in diving. Diving tourism is undeniably one of our proud strengths. Malaysia is committed to the ecological well-being of its marine parks, home to some of the rarest sea wildlife. Seasoned divers are well aware of this, and we’re eager to share this advantage with newcomers.” Amidst diving in crystal-clear waters, visitors can relish secluded island beaches, explore wild jungles and fauna, and immerse themselves in the diverse cultures of Malaysia.

Tourism Malaysia extends an invitation to all visitors to visit Malaysia’s stand (C3/1) at Dive Show 2024 and discover more about the enchanting underwater world of this remarkable travel destination. The number of Russian arrivals in Malaysia surged to 100,645 from January to November 2023, showcasing an outstanding growth rate of 360.0%, surpassing the 21,878 recorded in 2022.

With a focus on the highly anticipated Visit Malaysia Year in 2026, Tourism Malaysia aims to welcome 27.3 million tourists and generate RM102.7 billion in revenue for the year 2024. The upcoming Visit Malaysia Year 2026 has set an ambitious target of 35.6 million foreign tourist arrivals. Embark on an extraordinary journey into Malaysia’s captivating underwater realm and unravel the wonders of a vibrant underwater kaleidoscope. For further details, visit Malaysia.travel.

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