Luis Suarez’s Malaysian tour continues


Luis Suárez keeps promoting Tourism in Malaysia as part of the commercial agreement that started last February and that is getting bigger as months go by. The Uruguayan striker, that this summer celebrated his 100th match anniversary with his national team, gave away personal signed shirts via the Facebook account of Malaysia Travel. The striker has a large following on social media, where he is activating this partnership regularly. 

Luis Suarez has been very regular on his social media explaining the great things Malaysia can offer, like the Langkawi UNESCO Global Geopark, the ancient rainforest in Taman Negara or the gable of The Stadthuys in Melaka.

La Liga and Tourism Malaysia have been also cooperating in making Malaysia La Liga’s official tourist destination. #visitmalaysia2020 #malaysiatrulyasia


El Geoparque Langkawi de la UNESCO está localizado al noroeste de la Península de Malasia. Esta isla está formada por otras 99 islas que juntas forman el legendario archipiélago con aguas termales y playas. Hay mucho que conocer en Malasia. Langkawi UNESCO Global Geopark is located in the far north-western corner of Peninsular Malaysia. This island was formed on 99 islands that together made up the legendary archipelago, unspoiled jungle, hot springs and pretty beach. I’m sure there’s so much more to explore in Malaysia. Visit this website for travel and destination info: #langkawi #langkawibeach #langkawigeopark #naturallylangkawi #malaysiatrulyasia #visitmalaysia2020 #lovemalaysia #kedah #ecomalaysia

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El Stadthuys en Melaka es una de las estructuras alemanas más antiguas del este. A lado, se encuentra la Iglesia de Cristo, construida en 1753, siendo la iglesia protestante más antigua de Malasia. Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO. No puedo esperar para visitar Malasia! The gable of The Stadthuys in Melaka is believed to be the oldest surviving Dutch structure in the East. Next to it stands the Christ Church, which was built in 1753, making it the oldest Protestant church in Malaysia. Just look at this view of the historic city of Melaka. No wonder it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Can’t wait to discover Malaysia! #asean #malaysia #melaka #tourismmalaysia #Malaysiatrulyasia #Dekatje #sayangmalaysia #visitmalaysia2020 #historical #dontmesswithmelaka #unescoworldheritagesite Visit for travel and destination info!

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On top of the visibility that brands working with football players and big celebrities can get online, this campaign shows again that brands like Tourism Malaysia can get extra visibility in the press thanks to the association with top players like Luis Suárez. Below these lines, an example from a popular Spanish sports newspaper.

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