The Tourist Development Corporation of Malaysia (TDC) was established on 10 August 1972 as an agency under the former Ministry of Trade and Industry by an Act of Parliament with the following key objectives:
With the inception of the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism on 20 May 1987, TDC was moved to this new ministry; and became the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (MTPB) through the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board Act 1992. Popularly known as Tourism Malaysia, its full focus is on promoting Malaysia domestically and internationally.
Selamat Datang and Welcome!
In partnership with our national carrier Malaysia Airlines, we are excited to announce the release of our online agent training portal www.mhmalaysiaexpert.com in Australia & New Zealand.
Tourism Malaysia’s marketing strategy has shifted heavily to online and social media platforms since the coronavirus pandemic began. In line with the enhanced usage of virtual and online platforms, this online portal will give agents the opportunity to upskill their knowledge of Malaysia.
Like Australia & New Zealand, Malaysia’s international borders are still closed for visitors, however we will be providing progressive updates on our destinations and travel requirements.
Tourism Malaysia head office is based in Putrajaya, Malaysia. In Australia & New Zealand, Tourism Malaysia has offices in Sydney and Auckland. For information on Malaysia please contact Tourism Malaysia local offices as below.
Tourism Malaysia Director Australia
Tourism Malaysia Director New Zealand
Travel around to experience the remarkable treasures and the hidden gems in Malaysia.
To help you to get started in promoting Malaysia, you can access images, videos, and e brochures below.
An exhilarating ride above 650m sea level providing a specular 360 degrees panoramic vies of the Langkawi islands and Southern Thailand
Sky Bridge Langkawi
Located on the main island of Langkawi, the Sky Bridge is the Longest Free Span and Curved Bridge in The World
Street Art @ Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur
One of the most notable natural inspirations in this art district is the “Lost Stream” painted on the floor, representing the patch on an actual stream that once flowed through Jalan Alor
Penang Street Art
The world-famous large-scale murals by Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic illustrates the story of George Town, which was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009
Kampung Agong Penang
A relaxing local village surrounded by traditional wooden houses. Home Kampung Agong is famous for six swings with picturesque view of paddy fields and village landscape
Moroccan Pavilion Putrajaya
Tucked away in a corner of Putrajaya Botanical Garden is the magnificent 18,000 square feet Pavilion showcasing great Moroccan craftsmanship and incredible architecture