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“Our aim is to encourage visitors to spend three times as much as they currently do so we can develop a high-spending tourism industry,” she said at the Kenanga City Mall leasing launch in Bukit Bintang, yesterday.
The mall, located near the wholesale trading centre in Jalan Kenanga here, will feature 800 retail lots including cinemas and food and beverage outlets.
Dr Ng said the mall would be a valuable asset in promoting the country as a haven for shoppers.
“The ministry’s strategies will ensure that more tourists will come to see Malaysia as a shopping paradise.”
These strategies include developing certain areas like Bukit Bintang as shopping zones, improving the public transport infrastructure and hosting promotional events such as the 1Malaysia Contemporary Arts Festival from this month to September.
Dr Ng said the ministry was also working closely with the Finance and International Trade and Industry Ministries to simplify regulations on the sale of duty-free goods
Kenanga Wholesale City managing director Bernard Bong said the mall’s development followed the success of similar wholesale fashion centres in the region, such as the Platinum Fashion Mall in Bangkok, and Dongdaemun Market in Seoul.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Tourism Ministry hopes to reach RM170bil in tourism receipts in 2020, three times more than the present RM54bil.
Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said the country wanted to achieve RM3bil in receipts per week in a decade, compared with the current collection of RM1bil.
“Right now, each tourist spends an average of RM631 on shopping, which is only 28% of total expenses. We hope it will increase to RM1,636 by 2020,” Dr Ng told a press conference after the leasing launch of Kenanga Wholesale City here yesterday.
Dr Ng said her ministry was working with the Finance and International Trade and Industry Ministries to look into various duty-free articles to help promote Malaysia as a duty-free haven.
The Tourism Ministry was also addressing the traffic congestion issue around major shopping zones as well as managing and providing guidelines for events.
On another development, Dr Ng challenged Selangor executive councillor Teresa Kok to prove that double standards were practised by the Malaysia Pavilion management at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai, China.
It was reported that Kok, who is also Seputeh MP, expressed regret that the pavilion management did not help her entourage during their visit.