Mayor of KL Launches New ‘Hello KL E-Newsletter’

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The Mayor of Kuala Lumpur, Datuk Seri Ahmad Phesal Bin Hj. Talib recently launched a new industry newsletter, the Hello KL E-newsletter.

“This bi-monthly, free electronic publication will engage local and international tourism stakeholders with the latest and consistent news in the Kuala Lumpur tourism industry with a just simple click of the mouse. For a start, the inaugural KL e-newsletter issue will say ‘hello’ to 5,500 tourism stakeholders within Malaysia and other countries as far as Europe. Being an electronic newsletter, it can be sent all around the world efficiently without incurring high postage costs and most important, it is ‘environmental friendly”, said the Mayor.

The new e-newsletter will be sent out to travel and tour agents in Malaysia and overseas, Kuala Lumpur tourism product owners and relevant organisations and association that have a stake in the Kuala Lumpur tourism industry.

In his address at the launch, the Mayor said that the “E-newsletter will be a useful and effective tool in providing information on tourism updates in Kuala Lumpur and it would be a valuable resource for all parties who are responsible for selling the city as a preferred tourist destination. This information will allow them to creatively develop tour packages and itineraries that will be more appealing and attractive”.

The first issue of the Hello KL E-newsletter will focus on a string of initiatives stated in the Kuala Lumpur Tourism Master Plan 2015-2025 and will also highlight tourism products and services in KL.

You can also download the e-newsletter via the official tourism website at www.visitkl.gov.my. To subscribe to the E-newsletter, email [email protected]

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