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Brunei ‘Cyber Ninjas’ tops virtual treasure hunt competition

Lyna Mohamad

Tourism Malaysia will continue to promote the travel agenda in Brunei Darussalam and strengthen good relations with local tourism industry players, media and stakeholders to ensure thriving tourism industries in both countries, said Director of Tourism Malaysia office in Brunei Haji Ibrahim Seddiqi bin Talib in his welcoming remarks at the Tourism Malaysia Networking High-Tea with Tourism Industry Players hosted by TM Brunei at the VIP Hall of Rizqun International Hotel, Gadong yesterday.

“In this regards, joint smart partnerships and collaborations for promotional campaigns and updating tourism attractions to the media through the Fam Trip programme will be continued from time to time,” he said.

The event also saw a prize presentation for Brunei winners of the virtual treasure hunt, with team The Cyber Ninjas winning the first prize in the international category, while teams Super Squad and SCA Travel Puff Gals winning the fifth and 10th spot.

The event was also joined by Head of Chancery at Malaysian High Commission Nadia Azura binti Mohd Nudri, Deputy President of Association Travel Agents in Brunei Darussalam Colonel (Rtd) Haji Zainal bin Haji Harun and Country Manager Borneo Royal Brunei Airlines Lim Guat Wen.

PHOTOS ABOVE, BELOW: Malaysian High Commissioner to Brunei Darussalam Dato’ Raja Reza bin Raja Zaib Shah and Director of Tourism Malaysia office in Brunei Haji Ibrahim Seddiqi bin Talib with winners of the Miss Sophia Virtual Treasure Hunt 2020/2021. PHOTOS: JAMES K0N

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