Enhancing Islamic Tourism experience through MFTG!

List of MFTG by states:

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia’s capital city and one of Southeast Asia’s most lively and multicultural cities.


Selangor is home to unique tourism attractions – tranquil nature, elements of local cultures, and urban lifestyle.


This UNESCO World Heritage City is also known as the “Pearl of the Orient” or “Pulau Mutiara” and is recognised for its diversified food scene, stunning beaches, heritage and other things!


This exotic state is a blend of modern and traditional attractions, cultural diversity, and delectable cuisine, a must-visit destination for travellers to Malaysia.


Sabah offers a mix of scenic beauty, cultural diversity and adventure with gems including Mount Kinabalu and Pulau Sipadan.

Negeri Sembilan

Seremban, the state capital of Negeri Sembilan, is renowned for its colonial-era structures, conventional Chinese shophouses, and thriving culinary scene.


Known for its impressive architecture, Putrajaya’s buildings are designed to reflect the city’s Islamic and Malay heritage.


This southern-region state is abundant with culture and history, and is one of the best foodie places in Malaysia.


This state on the west coast of the Malay Peninsula, has an amazing mix of natural attractions including the Belum rainforest, temperate highlands and Pulau Pangkor.