We are pleased to issue our third Insights e-Newsletter of 2023 to share the growth and development of the Islamic Tourism industry and how destinations and industry players are simply embracing the market with innovative ideas for Muslim-Friendly Tourism and Hospitality.
Director-General of Islamic Tourism Centre (ITC), Nizran Noordin says as Malaysia moves to the next growth phase as an Islamic Tourism and Umrah hub, advisory services have also evolved and become even more result-oriented.
Islamic Tourism Centre (ITC), driven by newly-minted Director-General Nizran Noordin, and its esteemed partners are elevating the Islamic tourism experience to greater heights during Islamic Tourism Month from 21 August to 17 September.
We are pleased to issue our second Insights e-Newsletter of 2023 to share the growth and development of the Islamic Tourism industry and how destinations and industry players are simply embracing the market with innovative ideas for Muslim-Friendly Tourism and Hospitality.
Get to know the six essentials of what Muslim tourists look for when making their travel choices and how tourism industry players can fulfil them.
This special publication commemorates Malaysia's journey in Islamic Tourism with the establishment of Islamic Tourism Centre in 2009.
The Islamic Tourism Centre's Rest & Rehlah magazine (March/April 2023 issue) is out, covering our efforts in Borneo and highlighting tourism industry players' feedback on the newly-rebranded Muslim-Friendly Tourism and Hospitality Accreditation and Recognition (MFAR) programme.
Islamic Tourism Centre has established its OACP to ensure good governance and integrity in operations, management and decision-making towards the development of Islamic Tourism.
ITC is pleased to support Sarawak on its Muslim-Friendly Tourism and Hospitality journey. Read on to explore Muslim-Friendly Sarawak and all it has to offer in this issue of BorneoTalk.
Featuring YB Khairul Firdaus Akbar Khan, the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture addresses his view in capturing the Islamic Tourism market while ensuring its competitiveness and sustainability for the country's socioeconomic growth.
Challenged by the pandemic in 2020, Alhamdulillah, ITC rises above the hardships by working together with its partners and relying on each other's combined resources, knowledge, courage, and spirit, to ensure a more resilient and sustainable tourism future for all.
ITC has become a strategic partner of Pear Anderson for the publication of its 3rd edition report, "How Online Ready Are NTOs for Muslim Travellers in 2022". The report focuses on the importance of online travel resources for enhancing a destination's positioning within the Muslim travel market, analyses the ...