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Seasonal promotion sees airline boost tourism figures

Singapore Airlines is working with the national tourism board and Tourism Malaysia to boost Middle East visitor traffic this season.

Singapore Airlines is working with the national tourism board and Tourism Malaysia to boost Middle East visitor traffic this season.

A travel package, called ‘Twin City’, will promote the two South-East nations among Arab travellers, providing regional tourists with a combined package.

The package includes airfare and hotel accommodation in Singapore and either Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi or Penang.

Lim Meow-Seng, general manager GCC at Singapore Airlines, said: “Singapore Airlines is honoured to participate with Tourism Malaysia and Singapore Tourism Board for a special ‘Twin City’ package. This package is an attractive option for those seeking to experience two amazing holiday destinations at a very affordable price.

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