KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia recorded a 78.6% fall in tourism arrivals from January to September contraction in the tourism industry due to the Covid-19 pandemic which has impacted the tourism sector globally. Bernama reported on Monday the number of tourists fell to 4.29 million compared with over 20.10mil in the previous corresponding period with the Movement Control Order coming into effect on March 18 to stem the spread of the virus. For the same period, Malaysia received RM12.6bil, down by 80.9% from RM66.1bil. Per capita expenditure fell by 10.7% from RM3,289.30 in 2019 to RM2,938.40 this year. The top 10 tourist generating markets continue to be dominated by Singapore (1,543,627), Indonesia (710,118), China (403,055), Thailand (372,075), India (155,448), Brunei (135,848), South Korea (119,364), Japan (73,891), Australia (72,369) and the Philippines (65,601). There was negative growth from every regional market namely short-haul market or Asean (-78.8%), medium-haul market (-80.0%) and long-haul market (-74.0%). In terms of the number of excursionists, or the daily visitors to the country, there was a 74.9% slump to 1,733,101 arrivals from January to September from 6,905,378 excursionists in the previous corresponding period.
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