LONDON, October 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Several economic, political and social policies in Malaysia have caught the eye of China's ambassador to the country with positive implications
China has praised Malaysia for its on going commitment to developing policies to promote and benefit its people. Both countries are developing rapidly economically, but now Malaysia is looking to its people and environment for ways to unite communities and landscapes. China vows to continue its strategic alliance with Malaysia and maintain its position as the country's leading trading partner.
These positive steps forward are designed to unite all peoples of Malaysia, including indigenous peoples, and all regions, including the two states of Borneo, Sabah and Sarawak, and they should have a positive affect on tourism says Freedom Asia, the specialist travel firm offering tailor made Asian holidays.
Tourist numbers are already up in the region. While the cosmopolitan capital Kuala Lumpur has been revelling in large tourism numbers for some time, newer regions on the tourist map include Sabah and Sarawak. Holidays to Borneo are the next big thing for Malaysia, says Freedom Asia. The number of tourists flocking to Borneo in 2011 was 864,646 more than in 2010. More and more people are discovering the delights of these regions and the impending socio-economic changes will make these regions even more attractive.
Additionally, managed development will ensure environments and indigenous peoples are protected whilst tourist numbers are boosted.
Malaysia holidays offer great diversity and variety. Tropical rainforests, coral reefs, buzzing urban centres and paradisiacal beaches prove Malaysia has it all. Freedom Asia takes advantage of all this Asian country has to offer with its collection of tours and hotels. Its range of two-centre holidays such as Kuala Lumpur and Penang and Borneo's Wildlife and Beaches offer visitors a chance to see the many faces of this multi-faceted nation. Additionally, Freedom Asia offers tours that embrace traditional lifestyles, landscapes and peoples such as the 10-day Borneo Discovery tour.
SOURCE Freedom Asia