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Malaysia enjoys a strong position in global tourism and was ranked the ninth most visited country in the world by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in 2011. The growth in Malaysian ...

Malaysia enjoys a strong position in global tourism and was ranked the ninth most visited country in the world by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in 2011. The growth in Malaysian tourism was driven by government initiatives which aim to promote tourism in the country and increase investment in tourism infrastructure development. Malaysia’s tourism sector has been important in driving the country’s economic and social development since the late 1990s and has emerged as the second-largest foreign exchange earner after manufacturing for the country. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), the direct contribution of the sector to the country’s GDP stood at 6.9% in 2012 and is forecast to increase to 7.5% by 2017.

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    • Travel and Tourism in Malaysia to 2017SynopsisThe report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including:Historic and forecast tourist volumes covering the entire Malaysian travel and tourism sector Detailedanalysis of tourist spending patterns in Malaysia The total, direct and indirect tourism output generated byeach category within the Malaysian travel and tourism sector Employment and salary trends for variouscategories in the Malaysian travel and tourism sector, such as accommodation, sightseeing and entertainment,foodservice, transportation, retail, travel intermediaries and others Detailed market classification across eachcategory with analysis using similar metrics Detailed analysis of the airline, hotel, car rental and travelintermediaries industries Executive summaryMalaysia enjoys a strong position in global tourism and was ranked the ninth most visited country in theworld by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in 2011. The growth in Malaysiantourism was driven by government initiatives which aim to promote tourism in the country and increaseinvestment in tourism infrastructure development. Malaysia’s tourism sector has been important indriving the country’s economic and social development since the late 1990s and has emerged as thesecond-largest foreign exchange earner after manufacturing for the country. According to the World Traveland Tourism Council (WTTC), the direct contribution of the sector to the country’s GDP stood at 6.9%in 2012 and is forecast to increase to 7.5% by 2017.ScopeThis report provides extensive analysis related to tourism demands and flows in Malaysia:It details historical values for the Malaysian tourism sector for 2008–2012, along with forecastfigures for 2013–2017 It provides comprehensive analysis of travel and tourism demand factors withvalues for both the 2008–2012 review period and the 2013–2017 forecast period The reportprovides detailed analysis and forecasting of domestic, inbound and outbound tourist flows in Malaysia Itprovides employment and salary trends for various categories of the travel and tourism sector It providescomprehensive analysis of the trends in the airline, hotel, car rental and travel intermediaries industries withvalues for both the 2008–2012 review period and the 2013–2017 forecast periodKey highlightsMalaysia has traditionally been a popular destination for tourists in the Asia-Pacific region and this has beenreflected in the country’s relatively high volume of inbound tourists. The number of internationalvisitors to the country increased steadily from 22.1 million in 2008 to 25.0 million in 2012. The five maincountries from which Malaysia’s inbound tourist arrivals originate are Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand,China and Brunei. The Malaysian government is committed to further developing the country’stourism in collaboration with private companies. For example, the government set the target of‘2020:36:168’, which states that, by 2020, Malaysia expects to record 36 million tourist arrivalsand MYR168 billion in tourist receipts. Based on this target, the government expects the tourism sector togrow by three times its current size and contribute a weekly tourist expenditure of MYR3 billion to thecountry’s GDP in 2020. Domestic tourism expenditure increased from MYR16.1 billion (US$4.8billion) in 2008 to MYR39.7 billion (US$13.0 billion) in 2012, after recording a CAGR of 25.32% during thereview period. Retail held the largest share of total expenditure in 2012, followed by transportation andTravel and Tourism in Malaysia to 2017
    • foodservice. Domestic tourism expenditure is expected to increase at a CAGR of 13.92% over the forecastperiod, to post a total expenditure of MYR76.2 billion (US$24.9 billion) in 2017. Malaysia has become a keydestination for Middle East tourists due to its Islamic heritage. International arrivals from the Middle Eastrecorded the highest CAGR of 9.64% of any region in the review period. Travelers from the Middle East arealso high-spenders which bodes well for tourism receipts. Outbound tourist volumes rose from 36.7 million in2008 to 48.9 million in 2012, at a CAGR of 7.46% during the review period. Leisure travel is expected to bethe key driver for outbound travel in the forecast period. Outbound tourism is expected to increase at a CAGRof 5.61% over the forecast period. Outbound departures are set to reach 64.3 million by 2017 as a result ofstrong economic and aviation capacity growth. In terms of region, Asia-Pacific is the most visited destinationby Malaysians, followed by South America and North America. The airline market’s load factor, ameasure of its capacity utilization rate, increased from 70.9% in 2008 to 77.5% in 2012, and is expected toincrease to 81.0% by 2017. Low-cost carriers posted a higher load factor of 80.3% in comparison to the 74.3%load factor of full service carriers in 2012. Room occupancy rates declined from 66.3% in 2008 to 62.4% in2012 but are expected to increase at a CAGR of 0.87% over the forecast period to post an occupancy rate of65.2% by 2017. Midscale hotels had the highest occupancy rate at 65.1% in 2012. Luxury hotels are expectedto hold the highest occupancy rate in 2017. Car fleet size increased from 90,474 in 2008 to 114,949 in 2012and is expected to reach 136,580 by 2017. The number of rental days also rose from 24.9 days in 2008 to 32.3in 2012, and is expected to increase to 39.1 days by 2017. Additionally, the utilization rate improved from75.4% in 2008 to 77.0% in 2012, and is expected to increase to 78.5% by 2017. The market share of onlineintermediaries is expected to increase in line with rising internet penetration. The online travelchannel’s share of the travel intermediaries industry is expected to increase at a CAGR of 13.43% overthe forecast period. Consequently, the in-store channels market share is anticipated to record a slowdown overthe forecast period as it grows at a CAGR of 2.93%, compared to a CAGR of 5.63% registered during thereview period.Reasons to buyTake strategic business decisions using historic and forecast market data related to the Malaysian travel andtourism sector Understand the demand-side dynamics within the Malaysian travel and tourism sector, alongwith key market trends and growth opportunities Identify the spending patterns of domestic, inbound andoutbound tourists by individual categories Analyze key employment and compensation data related to thetravel and tourism sector in Malaysiatable Of Contents1 Executive Summary2 Market Overview2.4.1 Strengths2.4.2 Weaknesses2.4.3 Opportunities2.4.4 ThreatsTravel and Tourism in Malaysia to 2017
    • 3 Tourism Flows3.1.1 Performance Outlook3.1.2 Key Issues And Trends3.2.1 Performance Outlook3.2.2 Key Issues And Trends3.3.1 Performance Outlook3.3.2 Key Issues And Trends4 Airlines5 Hotels6 Car Rental7 Travel Intermediaries8 Company Profiles - Airlines8.1.1 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – Company Overview8.1.2 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – Business Description8.1.3 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – Main Services And Brands8.1.4 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – History8.1.5 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – Swot Analysis8.1.6 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – Strengths8.1.7 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – Weaknesses8.1.8 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – Opportunities8.1.9 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – Threats8.1.10 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – Key Competitors8.1.11 Malaysian Airline System Berhad – Key Employees8.2.1 Airasia Berhad – Company Overview8.2.2 Airasia Berhad – Business Description8.2.3 Airasia Berhad – Main Services And Brands8.2.4 Airasia Berhad – History8.2.5 Airasia Berhad – Swot Analysis8.2.6 Airasia Berhad – Strengths8.2.7 Airasia Berhad – Weaknesses8.2.8 Airasia Berhad – Opportunities8.2.9 Airasia Berhad – Threats8.2.10 Airasia Berhad – Key CompetitorsTravel and Tourism in Malaysia to 2017
    • 8.2.11 Airasia Berhad – Key Employees8.3.1 Flyfirefly Sdn Bhd – Company Overview8.3.2 Flyfirefly Sdn Bhd – Main Services8.3.3 Flyfirefly Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors8.3.4 Flyfirefly Sdn Bhd – Key Employees8.4.1 Airasia X Sdn Bhd – Company Overview8.4.2 Airasia X Sdn Bhd – Main Services8.4.3 Airasia X Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors8.4.4 Airasia X Sdn Bhd – Key Employees8.5.1 Maswings Sdn Bhd – Company Overview8.5.2 Maswings Sdn Bhd – Main Services8.5.3 Maswings Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors8.5.4 Maswings Sdn Bhd – Key Employees9 Company Profiles - Hotels9.1.1 Tune Hotels Sdn Bhd – Company Overview9.1.2 Tune Hotels Sdn Bhd – Main Services9.1.3 Tune Hotels Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors9.1.4 Tune Hotels Sdn Bhd – Key Employees9.2.1 Cititel Hotel Management Sdn Bhd – Company Overview9.2.2 Cititel Hotel Management Sdn Bhd – Main Services9.2.3 Cititel Hotel Management Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors9.2.4 Cititel Hotel Management Sdn Bhd – Key Employees9.3.1 Grand Hyatt Malaysia – Company Overview9.3.2 Grand Hyatt Malaysia – Main Services9.3.3 Grand Hyatt Malaysia – Key Competitors9.3.4 Grand Hyatt Malaysia – Key Employees9.4.1 Ytl Hotels & Properties Sdn Bhd – Company Overview9.4.2 Ytl Hotels & Properties Sdn Bhd – Main Services9.4.3 Ytl Hotels & Properties Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors9.4.4 Ytl Hotels & Properties Sdn Bhd – Key Employees9.5.1 Four Seasons Malaysia – Company Overview9.5.2 Four Seasons Malaysia – Main Services9.5.3 Four Seasons Malaysia – Key Competitors9.5.4 Four Seasons Malaysia – Key Employees10 Company Profiles – Car Rental10.1.1 Orix Car Rentals Sdn Bhd – Company Overview10.1.2 Orix Car Rentals Sdn Bhd – Main Services10.1.3 Orix Car Rentals Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors10.1.4 Orix Car Rentals Sdn Bhd – Key EmployeesTravel and Tourism in Malaysia to 2017
    • 10.2.1 Europcar Malaysia – Company Overview10.2.2 Europcar Malaysia – Main Services10.2.3 Europcar Malaysia – Key Competitors10.2.4 Europcar Malaysia – Key Employees10.3.1 Avis Malaysia – Company Overview10.3.2 Avis Malaysia – Main Services10.3.3 Avis Malaysia – Key Competitors10.3.4 Avis Malaysia – Key Employees10.4.1 Mayflower Car Rental – Company Overview10.4.2 Mayflower Car Rental – Main Services10.4.3 Mayflower Car Rental – Key Competitors10.4.4 Mayflower Car Rental – Key Employees10.5.1 Hertz Car Rental Malaysia – Company Overview10.5.2 Hertz Car Rental Malaysia – Main Services10.5.3 Hertz Car Rental Malaysia – Key Competitors10.5.4 Hertz Car Rental Malaysia – Key Employees11 Company Profiles – Travel Intermediaries11.1.1 Malaysian Harmony Tour & Travel – Company Overview11.1.2 Malaysian Harmony Tour & Travel – Main Services11.1.3 Malaysian Harmony Tour & Travel – Key Competitors11.1.4 Malaysian Harmony Tour & Travel – Key Employees11.2.1 Forever Travel Service Sdn Bhd – Company Overview11.2.2 Forever Travel Service Sdn Bhd – Main Services11.2.3 Forever Travel Service Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors11.2.4 Forever Travel Service Sdn Bhd – Key Employees11.3.1 Golden Deluxe Travel Service Agency Sdn Bhd – Company Overview11.3.2 Golden Deluxe Travel Service Agency Sdn Bhd – Main Services11.3.3 Golden Deluxe Travel Service Agency Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors11.3.4 Golden Deluxe Travel Service Agency Sdn Bhd – Key Employees11.4.1 Reliance Shipping & Travel Agencies Sdn Bhd – Company Overview11.4.2 Reliance Shipping & Travel Agencies Sdn Bhd – Main Services11.4.3 Reliance Shipping & Travel Agencies Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors11.4.4 Reliance Shipping & Travel Agencies Sdn Bhd – Key Employees11.5.1 Mayflower Acme Tours Sdn Bhd – Company Overview11.5.2 Mayflower Acme Tours Sdn Bhd – Main Services11.5.3 Mayflower Acme Tours Sdn Bhd – Key Competitors11.5.4 Mayflower Acme Tours Sdn Bhd – Key Employees12 Market Data Analysis12.1.1 Total Tourism OutputTravel and Tourism in Malaysia to 2017
    • 12.1.2 Direct Tourism Output12.1.3 Indirect Tourism Output12.1.4 Tourism Output Per Employee12.1.5 Direct Tourism Output Per Employee12.1.6 Indirect Tourism Output Per Employee12.2.1 Total Tourism Employment12.2.2 Direct Tourism Employment12.2.3 Indirect Tourism Employment12.2.4 Tourism Employee Compensation12.2.5 Total Gross Income Generated By Total Tourism Employment12.3.1 Domestic Trips By Purpose Of Visit12.3.2 Number Of Overnight Stays12.3.3 Total Domestic Tourist Expenditure12.3.4 Average Expenditure Per Domestic Tourist By Category12.4.1 International Arrivals By Region12.4.2 International Arrivals By Purpose Of Visit12.4.3 Total Inbound Tourism Expenditure By Category12.4.4 Average International Tourist Expenditure By Category12.5.1 International Departures By Region12.5.2 International Departures By Purpose Of Visit12.5.3 Number Of Overnight Stays12.5.4 Total Outbound Tourism Expenditure By Category12.5.5 Average Outbound Expenditure Per Resident By Category12.6.1 Seats Available12.6.2 Seats Sold By Carrier Type – Business Travel12.6.3 Seats Sold By Carrier Type – Leisure Travel12.6.4 Load Factor By Carrier Type12.6.5 Passenger Kilometers Available By Carrier Type12.6.6 Revenue-generating Passenger Kilometers By Carrier Type12.6.7 Revenue Per Passenger By Carrier Type12.6.8 Total Revenue By Carrier Type12.7.1 Establishments By Hotel Category12.7.2 Available Rooms By Hotel Category12.7.3 Room Occupancy Rate By Hotel Category12.7.4 Room Nights Available By Hotel Category12.7.5 Room Nights Occupied By Hotel Category12.7.6 Average Revenue Per Available Room By Hotel Category12.7.7 Revenue Per Occupied Room By Hotel Category12.7.8 Total Revenue Per Available Room By Hotel Category12.7.9 Total Revenue By Hotel Category And Customer Type12.7.10 Guests By Hotel Category And Customer Type12.8.1 Market Value By Customer Type And Rental Location12.8.2 Fleet SizeTravel and Tourism in Malaysia to 2017
    • 12.8.3 Rental Occasions And Days12.8.4 Rental Length12.8.5 Average Rental Length12.8.6 Utilization Rate12.8.7 Average Revenue Per Day12.9.1 Market Value By Product Type12.9.2 Online Revenues By Type Of Intermediary Or Provider12.9.3 Online Revenues By Type Of Tourist12.9.4 In-store Revenues By Type Of Intermediaries12.9.5 In-store Revenues By Type Of Tourist12.9.6 Travel Agent Revenues From Domestic Tourism By Sales Channel12.9.7 Travel Agent Revenues From International Tourism By Sales Channel12.9.8 Tour Operator Revenues From Domestic Tourism By Sales Channel12.9.9 Tour Operator Revenues From International Tourism By Sales Channel12.9.10 Other Intermediaries Revenues From Domestic Tourism By Sales Channel12.9.11 Other Intermediaries Revenues From International Tourism By Sales Channel13 AppendixAn online research report(http://www.onlineresearchreports.com/) is a one step solution to your marketresearch needs. We are engaged in the business of preparing the customized research reports on differentindustries including food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, medical, and electronics among others.We have ateam of Research Analysts with complete understanding of the current market trends and major marketplayers. Our research reports are based on the requirements of our clients; however, we also preparesyndicated research reports on emerging markets.Contact:M/s Sheela,90 State Street,Suite 700,Albany NY - 12207United StatesTel: +1-518-618-1030USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948Email: sales@researchmoz.usWebsite: http://www.onlineresearchreports.com/Travel and Tourism in Malaysia to 2017