Tourism Malaysia workshops tour Nordics

Professionals in Denmark, Sweden and Finland invited

Tourism professionals in Denmark, Sweden and Finland will be able to update their knowledge about Malaysia at a series of three workshops in Scandinavia at the end of this month. The first is at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel in Copenhagen on October 29, from 16.30 to 22.00. Deadline for registration is today. The workshop then moves on to the Event Arena Bank in Helsinki on October 30, with the same times. Deadline to register is tomorrow. The final workshop takes place at the Sheraton Stockholm Hotel on October 31, from 11.30 to 15.00. The deadline for registration for the Stockholm event is this Wednesday. Registration for all three workshops can be made by email to lanayashkina@tourism.gov.my.
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[photo courtesy Malaysia Tourism]

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