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MIFB 2022 Expects More International Exhibitors After Malaysia Declares Borders Reopening From 1 April

Since the Malaysian government’s announcement on 8 March that it will reopen its borders to international visitors from 1 April, the Malaysian International Food & Beverage MIFB) trade fair has been receiving fresh enquiries on the staging of MIFB 2022 edition as well as entry requirements for foreigners entering Malaysia.

“The sentiment on the ground is good and most businesses are positive that the situation will improve further,” said Henri Tan, project director of MIFB.

From 1 April, all incoming travellers who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to be quarantined upon arrival and will only need to undergo a RT-PCR test two days prior to departure and an antigen rapid test (RTK) on arrival.

This year’s MIFB edition will feature a hybrid format with an in-person exhibition taking place from 6 to 8 July at the Kuala Lumpur Exhibition Centre together with an online fair for the exhibitors.

“With Malaysia’s borders reopening, MIFB will continue to honour our commitment towards a safe event for all exhibitors, partners and visitors. We are eagerly looking forward to welcoming back local and international businesses to reconnect and network in person again at this 2022 edition”, added Henri.

Trade visitors may pre-register interests online to obtain entry passes which grant access to both the online and in-person exhibitions.

Food and beverage industry players that are keen to exhibit at MIFB 2022 may find more information at

Food Matters Malaysia is an official media partner of MIFB.


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