Importance Of Tourism In Malaysia

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Surely, the world is home to breath-taking and natural paradise and gifted with abundant resources. Today, people of all ages have been flocking to different parts of the world to experience its culture, traditions, food, shopping, and most especially its famous tourist destinations. However, it always occurs in the minds of backpackers the expenses that they would be willing to pay for. With the right course of itinerary and haggling skills, tourists will surely be able to save some bucks. Let us take a glimpse at some of the most travelled destinations in the world according to Euromonitor International’s “2017 Top 100 City Destinations” survey. The estimated expenses are inclusive of air fare, accommodation for seven days, five tourist destinations, transportation, food, and shopping. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia made it to the top tenth spot with a 4.5% tourist growth in 2017. From Manila International Airport in the Philippines, a flight ticket for one adult would cost Php7035 via Malaysia Airlines and when it comes to accommodations, Hotel Petaling in Chinatown makes a great deal of Php9184 for seven days. Some of Kuala Lumpur’s top destinations are Thean Hou Temple which has a free entrance fee, Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia with Php184 entrance fee, Menara KL Tower with Php682 entrance fee, Batu Cave which is also free of charge, and last but definitely not the last the Petronas Twin Towers which would cost you RM 85 or Php1115 to enter. Also, transportation to be used in

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