"I've been here for three years and I can inform you that Ukraine has much to offer in terms of tourism. I think you need to have more promotion about tourism in Ukraine, I mean travel agencies. An interesting offer for Malaysians could be multi-country tour packages in which visiting Ukraine is combined with trips to two or three other Eastern European countries, such as Poland and Hungary. Even if Malaysian tourists spend two or three days in Kyiv, it would be good and could bring some income to Ukraine," the ambassador said.
In addition, according to him, ancient Ukrainian castles, monasteries, palaces, the Seven Wonders, Askania-Nova, the Carpathian Mountains, food and some traditional festivals are attractive to tourists. "Ukraine should do more to promote medical tourism. Ukraine has spas and mineral springs," the ambassador added.
Meanwhile, few Malaysian tourists come to Ukraine, and Malaysians still need visas to enter Ukraine. At the same time, about 6,000 Ukrainians visited Malaysia in 2020 and 16,000 in 2019, before the coronavirus pandemic.
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