Tuesday, 08 October 2019 16:36

Aug 12, 2019, The Edge Malaysia - Make the most of SilTerra, SMEs told

Malaysian companies that want to create connected, intelligent and portable devices should approach SilTerra Malaysia Sdn Bhd, said CEO and executive director Firdaus Abdullah at The Edge SME Forum 2019. He was presenting on the topic, "Transformation on a (shoestring) budget".

Monday, 07 October 2019 15:13

Empowering Community Programme : Towards Community-based Tourism

Empowering Community Programme : Towards Community-based Tourism

The Academy realises that it is necessary to upskill and reskill the local community, and reinforce lifelong learning to continually acquire new and emerging skills required by the industry. This would mould their mindset into ensuring they always give the best service to tourists, and at the same time equip them with the knowledge and skills to enable them to grab the economic opportunities existing in Langkawi.

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Monday, 07 October 2019 15:03

Championing TVET and Community - based Tourism in Langkawi

“The combination of ‘learning to work’ classroom sessions and ‘working to learn’ hands-on practical training ensures the Academy produces well-balanced, fit-to-work graduates who satisfy the manpower needs and demand of the industry. Langkawi Tourism Academy’s dynamic and sustainable industry-led curriculum is backed by a well-coordinated industry-based practical training." -Khaairuddin Khalil, Director, Langkawi Tourism Academy.

Monday, 07 October 2019 11:48

Shifting the Local Hospitality Industry towards Islamic-Oriented Practices

Shifting the Local Hospitality Industry towards Islamic-Oriented Practices

Located in the middle of Kuah town, AHL is frequently visited by tourists from all over the world. In its fourth year of operation, AHL receives many international guests, mainly from Middle East, China, India and Europe, which makes up 60% of its overall guests and the rest are the locals. Although AHL is 100% Syariah-compliant, this does not deter the hotel from receiving approximately 30% of Non-Muslim guests from staying at the hotel. Another attractive feature of this hotel is the preparation of Muslim prayer set in the room for the Muslim guests. The set is inclusive of a holy Quran, Yassin and praying mat to help the Muslim guests to perform their prayers easily in the room.

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  • Company Name Adya Hotel Langkawi
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Monday, 07 October 2019 11:38

Enhancing the Tourism Experience with Islamic-Oriented Hotel

“Incorporating Islamic values in luxury hotels management proved to be a game-changer for us as the room occupancy rate reached up to 60% during Ramadhan, a feat achieved by only a few in the Malaysian hotel industry. The Syariah-compliant Hotel as well as Muslim-friendly Hotel has its own special values and uniqueness when compared to other conventional hotels. With a firm belief in our distinctive hospitality service, Adya Hotel successfully made a name as one of the most unique and competitive hotels in Langkawi which also contributed to its business sustainability until now”. -Razmi bin Rahmat, General Manager of, Adya Hotel Langkawi.

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  • Company Name Adya Hotel Langkawi
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