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Agoda study finds large preference for domestic travel

8th December, 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: About 75 per cent of Malaysians are keen to travel for holidays within the country, a study found. Agoda is a popular online accommodation booking portal.

Agoda’s Global Director for Brand and Communication, Andrew Edwards, said “A vacation in your own city is a great opportunity to discover what foreign tourists love about where you live – but without the jet-lag, language difficulties and general disorientation,” according to the Agoda Travel and Tech study.

Agoda booking data shows nine out of the ten most popular year-end destinations for Malaysians travelers in 2016 were within their home country.

   
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