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Building Sarawak's Tourism Industry - Exclusive HD Video Interview

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[HD video below] Exclusive HD video interview with Sarawak Minister of Tourism and Minister of Housing, Yang Berhormat Datuk Amar Abdul Rahman Zahari bin Tun Abang Haji Openg.

In this interview you will learn how Sarawak's visitor arrivals in 2013 improved over 2012 and what target Sarawak has for 2014, how the state plans to improve its tourism numbers, what role cruise tourism plays and how important low cost and regular airlines are to Sarawak.

You will also discover which routes the Minister of Tourism would like to see airlines launch, what it is doing to attract those airlines, which markets the state currently attracts, and what role the MICE business plays in the tourism plans.

Plus, Datuk Amar tells us what sporting event he has just launched, how many people he hopes it will attract, and what the prize money is, plus much, much more.

The interview took place at the ASEAN Tourism Forum 2014 (ATF) in Kuching (Sarawak, Malaysia) on 22 January 2014.

Exclusive HD Video Interview with Sarawak's Minister of Tourism

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ATF, Malaysia, Kuching, Sarawak

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