Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce

Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit Organization The Malaysian-Thailand Chamber of Commerce (MTCC) was established in 2002 as an association primarily composed of Malaysian and Thai companies and individuals having business relations together.The Chamber was officially recognized by the Malaysia Ministry of Foreign Trade.

It is now assuming a major role in promoting closer collaboration between Malaysian and Thai businessmen. The Chamber is also enhancing its networking with the respective governments to promote and develop economic relations in line with its objectives.

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03/11/2021
28/10/2021

According to the announcement to reopen the country, a "Thailand Pass" system will be adopted to replace the majority of the Certificates of Entry (COE) after the reopening of the country to travelers from low-risk countries on 1 November.

The "Thailand Pass" system aims to facilitate entry into Thailand by shortening the process for filing information and uploading travelers' documents. The simplified "Thailand Pass" process is described below.

Good news for Malaysians travelling in and out of Thailand after November 2021!
21/10/2021

Good news for Malaysians travelling in and out of Thailand after November 2021!

21/10/2021
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NHK japan broadcasted AAPICO group on how excellently their factory coped with covid challenges through control procedures in place. Nearly all tested covid positive staff have recovered and back to work as normal with no new serious case in months.

His excellency Dato' Jojie Samual, Ambassador of Malaysia to The Kindgom of Thailand, hosted a business luncheon for MTC...
20/10/2021

His excellency Dato' Jojie Samual, Ambassador of Malaysia to The Kindgom of Thailand, hosted a business luncheon for MTCC, Thai-Malaysia Business Council, FTI, MATRADE and MITI to explore business opportunities in this pandemic period.

Thailand and Malaysia continue to be important trade partners even in this Covid 19 business environment. Many business ideas and possible collaboration were exchanged and discussed today. MTCC is looking forward to fostering a closer relationship with The Thai-Malaysian Business Council for joint business activities in the future.

MTCC is pleased to announce our collaboration with Malaysia Airlines ! MTCC members who sign up to MHbiz Pro or MHbiz Pl...
19/10/2021

MTCC is pleased to announce our collaboration with Malaysia Airlines ! MTCC members who sign up to MHbiz Pro or MHbiz Plus between now and November 30, 2021 will stand a chance to receive a THB500 Central Voucher and to win complimentary flight tickets to Malaysia!​​ Register your company on the campaign site here: https://www.malaysiaairlines.com/th/en/campaign/mhbiz-travel-sign-up-and-win.html . Please insert the promo code MTCC21 after your company name during the registration process (e.g. Smith Pty Ltd MTCC21).

MTCC is pleased to announce our collaboration with Malaysia Airlines ! MTCC members who sign up to MHbiz Pro or MHbiz Plus between now and November 30, 2021 will stand a chance to receive a THB500 Central Voucher and to win complimentary flight tickets to Malaysia!​​ Register your company on the campaign site here: https://www.malaysiaairlines.com/th/en/campaign/mhbiz-travel-sign-up-and-win.html . Please insert the promo code MTCC21 after your company name during the registration process (e.g. Smith Pty Ltd MTCC21).

19/10/2021

According to the “Ease of Travelling” policy, a “Thailand Pass” system will be adopted to replace the majority of the Certificate of Entry (COE) issuance process after the reopening of the country to travelers from low-risk countries on 1st November. We expect the list of low-risk countries to be finalized this week and will keep you updated.

The “Thailand Pass” system aims to facilitate entry into Thailand by shortening the process for filing information and uploading travelers’ documents. Thailand Pass will require travelers to fill in the T8 Form Health Questionnaire and the TM6 Immigration Form, as well as to upload a vaccine certificate. The Department of Disease Control (DDC) will then be responsible for verifying vaccine certificates and giving an approval through the back-office system within 1-3 days after registration.

Travelers can then download the Thailand Pass QR Code immediately after receiving the approval. They will be asked to show this QR code along with a Covid-19 negative test result issued no more than 72 hours before departure. No other documents are required and you do not have to fill in another T8 and TM6 form after arriving in Thailand, as the DDC will be able to examine your health information from scanning the Thailand Pass QR code.

The Thailand Pass system is expected to be launched on 1st November 2021 with some exceptions. COE will still be required for certain groups of travelers, such as those entering the Alternative Hospital Quarantine (AHQ), travelers entering through land borders, and travelers entering Thailand on yachts and cruise ships.

Source: CCSA

08/10/2021

Dear members,

If you are interested with the following, please contact [email protected] as soon as possible.

Vaaccination
1) Pfizer for children of any nationality age between 12-15 years old.

2) AstraZeneca for booster shot only for those who received Sinovac or Sinopham more than one month

Please submit application before Tuesday, October 12, 2021.

Dear Members,For faster and more convenient communication, we have created a MTCC Line Page so we can disassemble inform...
22/09/2021

Dear Members,

For faster and more convenient communication, we have created a MTCC Line Page so we can disassemble information to you faster. We also believe it will be convenient for you to reach us for any urgent matter.

During this Covid-19 pandemic, we sometimes received beneficial infomration at very last minute such as vaccine allocation etc, we feel we can reach you faster through text, although we never fail to send emails to you. We will continue communicate with members through email, we just want to add another channel of communication in case you missed the email.

Please following us at https://page.line.me/120vbjuo or scan a QR code to receive updated news through our MTCC Line page.

Dear Members,

For faster and more convenient communication, we have created a MTCC Line Page so we can disassemble information to you faster. We also believe it will be convenient for you to reach us for any urgent matter.

During this Covid-19 pandemic, we sometimes received beneficial infomration at very last minute such as vaccine allocation etc, we feel we can reach you faster through text, although we never fail to send emails to you. We will continue communicate with members through email, we just want to add another channel of communication in case you missed the email.

Please following us at https://page.line.me/120vbjuo or scan a QR code to receive updated news through our MTCC Line page.

Joining with STCC, MTCC has raised a total of 300,000 Baht from members and some Malaysians to relieve some of the Covid...
20/09/2021

Joining with STCC, MTCC has raised a total of 300,000 Baht from members and some Malaysians to relieve some of the Covid-19 impact. The amount of 50,000 Baht was dedicated to buying necessities for the needy and the people who lost their jobs. The remaining 250,000 Baht was dedicated to the purchase of oxygen generator for hospital. MTCC would like to thank all the donors and supporters for this CSR activity.

We also would like to thank STCC, especially STCC President Alan Lim for his role in leading and coordinating this project with many Foreign Business Chambers. Our hats off to all who supported, participated and helped making this CSR a success.

Photos from Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand's post
15/09/2021

Photos from Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand's post

14/09/2021
Project Malaysia Day 2021 – Kedah

Kedah, which shares a border with the Yala and Songkhla Provinces of Thailand, is also known as the Rice Bowl of Malaysia due to its vast paddy plantation. Did you know that Langkawi Island in Kedah is slated to be the first tourism hotspot in the country to open up to domestic tourists this month? On the 14th day of the Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia Day 2021, our friends from Kedah are here to say hi! Did you spot any familiar faces?

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We hope that you have enjoyed this heartwarming rendition of Sejahtera Malaysia by Jess Wy 雷婉妍. Don’t forget to subscribe to this talented Kedah-born musician’s Youtube channel at http://tiny.cc/t0kxdz, and check out her original video here: https://youtu.be/Vj13RenTxzc.

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This video is part of the Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia Day 2021, featuring Malaysians from various states across Malaysia. Project Malaysia Day 2021 is a non-commercial project organized in conjunction with Malaysia Day on 16th September, aimed at sharing the beauty of Malaysia with the world. Our acknowledgments go to all participants and original content owners for their contributions to this project. MTCC wishes all Malaysians and friends of Malaysia Happy Malaysia Day.

13/09/2021
Project Malaysia Day 2021 – Perlis

Perlis shares a border with the Satun and Songkhla Provinces of Thailand, and is the smallest state in Malaysia. Did you know that apart from its limestone hills and fresh seafood, Perlis is also known to be the hometown of some of Malaysia’s most decorated Paralympians?

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This video is part of the Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia Day 2021, featuring Malaysians from various states across Malaysia. Project Malaysia Day 2021 is a non-commercial project organized in conjunction with Malaysia Day on 16th September, aimed at sharing the beauty of Malaysia with the world. Our acknowledgments go to all participants and original content owners for their contributions to this project. MTCC wishes all Malaysians and friends of Malaysia Happy Malaysia Day.

12/09/2021
Project Malaysia Day 2021 – Negeri Sembilan

We hope that you have been enjoying the videos from Project Malaysia Day 2021 so far! Today, we visit Negeri Sembilan, known for its Minangkabau architecture. Let’s hear what our friends have to say about their hometown!

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This video is part of the Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia Day 2021, featuring Malaysians from various states across Malaysia. Project Malaysia Day 2021 is a non-commercial project organized in conjunction with Malaysia Day on 16th September, aimed at sharing the beauty of Malaysia with the world. Our acknowledgments go to all participants and original content owners for their contributions to this project. MTCC wishes all Malaysians and friends of Malaysia Happy Malaysia Day.

11/09/2021
Project Malaysia Day 2021 – Terengganu

Welcome to the 11th day of the Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia Day 2021! Join us on a virtual trip to Terengganu, the beautiful coastal state in Peninsular Malaysia. Have you been to any of the beautiful islands off the coast of Terengganu?

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This video is part of the Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia Day 2021, featuring Malaysians from various states across Malaysia. Project Malaysia Day 2021 is a non-commercial project organized in conjunction with Malaysia Day on 16th September, aimed at sharing the beauty of Malaysia with the world. Our acknowledgments go to all participants and original content owners for their contributions to this project. MTCC wishes all Malaysians and friends of Malaysia Happy Malaysia Day.

10/09/2021
Project Malaysia Day 2021 – Selangor

The Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia Day 2021 takes you on a virtual journey to Selangor today! Often deemed as the most developed state in Malaysia, Selangor is also home to many public and private educational institutions, tourist attractions, places of worship and more. Have you been to any of the places featured in this video? Let us know in the comments below!

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The Subang Jaya footage from this video is taken from the original video production by Dreambitious Film, first posted on YouTube. Check out their original video here https://youtu.be/cFuuIcms3Nk and don’t forget to subscribe to their channel for more creative content!

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This video is part of the Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia Day 2021, featuring Malaysians from various states across Malaysia. Project Malaysia Day 2021 is a non-commercial project organized in conjunction with Malaysia Day on 16th September, aimed at sharing the beauty of Malaysia with the world. Our acknowledgments go to all participants and original content owners for their contributions to this project. MTCC wishes all Malaysians and friends of Malaysia Happy Malaysia Day.

09/09/2021
Project Malaysia Day 2021 – Melaka (Malacca)

It’s time to hear from our friends from Melaka (Malacca)! Often dubbed the Historic State, the historical city centre of Malacca has attained the UNESCO World Heritage Site status since 2008. The state is also known for its rich Peranakan culture and Nyonya cuisine, and beautiful historical sites. When was the last time you visited Malacca?

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This video is part of the Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia Day 2021, featuring Malaysians from various states across Malaysia. Project Malaysia Day 2021 is a non-commercial project organized in conjunction with Malaysia Day on 16th September, aimed at sharing the beauty of Malaysia with the world. Our acknowledgments go to all participants and original content owners for their contributions to this project. MTCC wishes all Malaysians and friends of Malaysia Happy Malaysia Day.

08/09/2021
Project Malaysia Day 2021 – Sabah

The Malaysia-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia 2021 brings you to the mesmerizing Land Below the Wind today. Sabah, which is located at the tip of Borneo, boasts a notable diversity in culture, language, and ethnicity. From the glorious peak of Mount Kinabalu, which is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site, to the gorgeous islands off the Sabah coast, tourists from all over the world flock to Sabah every year to bask in her beauty. Apart from tourism, Sabah’s economy is largely based on agriculture, forestry and petroleum. What else is Sabah known for? Drop your comments below!

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This video is part of the Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s Project Malaysia Day 2021, featuring Malaysians from various states across Malaysia. Project Malaysia Day 2021 is a non-commercial project organized in conjunction with Malaysia Day on 16th September, aimed at sharing the beauty of Malaysia with the world. Our acknowledgments go to all participants and original content owners for their contributions to this project. MTCC wishes all Malaysians and friends of Malaysia Happy Malaysia Day.

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Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce (MTCC) is a Chamber of Commerce incorporated in Thailand. MTCC has worked closely with the Embassy in its effort to further promote and strengthen the economic relations between both countries. MTCC has assisted and facilitated the visits of a number of Malaysian Ministers and officials. Over the past year, the Chamber has been involved in several programmes including helping to organize a luncheon address by the Prime Minister of Malaysia to the Thai business community in 2002. In addition, the Chamber has also been active in organizing business meetings with visiting Malaysian business delegations, networking dinners and gatherings

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