LEADERSHIP FOREWORD

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“On May 31, 2024, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Malaysia and China’s formal ties, symbolising half a century of shared growth, mutual respect, and profound connections between our two nations. Our enduring relationship has driven growth across trade, commerce, culture, and education, as well as our people-to-people connection. This milestone renews our commitment to future cooperation, and we appreciate the bonds of friendship that position us for further remarkable achievements together.

China, as a major trade partner, and Malaysia, as an important partner in the Belt and Road Initiative, share similar aspirations for people-centric development. This commitment solidifies our foundation for a new era of cooperation, mutual prosperity, and sustainability. I am confident the Malaysia - China Summit 2024 will reinvigorate our bilateral cooperation as we look forward to another 50 years of meaningful partnership. We invite leaders and visionaries to join us in shaping a prosperous future for our nations and the world.”

THE HONOURABLE DATO’ SERI ANWAR IBRAHIM
PRIME MINISTER OF MALAYSIA

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“Congratulations to the Malaysia-China Summit 2024, a major event of great significance. This summit offers a distinctive opportunity to enhance our economic collaboration with an integral trading partner and investor, fostering the expansion of bilateral trade and investments. In line with our New Industrial Master Plan 2030 (NIMP 2030) and i-ESG framework, this event emphasises Malaysia’s commitment to innovation, sustainability, and economic diversification. It highlights Malaysia’s central role as a gateway to ASEAN and beyond, offering extensive opportunities for enterprises from China and fostering cross-border collaboration.

I welcome all participants to seize the remarkable opportunities and contribute to our shared success. Together, we strengthen bonds and collectively shape a brighter future for our nations.

THE HONOURABLE SENATOR
TENGKU DATUK SERI UTAMA ZAFRUL TENGKU ABDUL AZIZ
MINISTER OF INVESTMENT, TRADE AND INDUSTRY MALAYSIA

MALAYSIA CHINA SUMMIT 2024 PARTNERS & SPONSORS

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ABOUT US

The Malaysia-China Summit 2024 commemorates 50 years of unwavering friendship between Malaysia and China, standing as a testament to a partnership founded on mutual respect and shared ambitions. The summit celebrates a rich history of achievements in diplomacy, trade, economic collaboration, educational exchange, cultural understanding, and vibrant people-to-people connections.

ENDORSED BY

The Ministry of Investment, Trade and Industry (MITI) in Malaysia oversees international trade, industry, investment, productivity, SMEs, development finance, the halal industry, automotive and steel sectors, as well as strategic trade.

ORGANISED BY

With over 20 years of experience, Kuala Lumpur-based Qube Integrated Malaysia is a global leader in transformative event experiences. Qube specialises in crafting captivating activations for trade shows, event production, and management. Founded on the principle of collaborative exploration, Qube brings together diverse expertise to find innovative solutions for client challenges. Renowned for award-winning excellence, Qube’s expertise spans event design, production, management content, live experiences, and venue and facility management.

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

MATRADE is the national trade promotion agency under the Ministry of Investment, Trade and Industry (MITI). It is responsible for developing and promoting Malaysia’s exports globally and positioning Malaysian companies on the international stage.

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MCS 2024 ENTRY

Held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the Malaysia-China Summit 2024 spotlights a 3-day International Trade and Investment Exposition, followed by a 2-day Leadership Conference. Leaders from various industries will share insights, promoting regional cooperation and Asia Pacific economic enrichment.

TRADE DAYS

17-19

December, 2024

OPENING HOURS

10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

DRESS CODE

Corporate or Office Business. No slippers, sandals, singlets, or shorts allowed
Note: Delegates interested in registering for the Leadership Conference will have to register their interest.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Make the most of the event and your time in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The following hotels are among the options available within a 10km radius of MITEC:

  • Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur (5 stars – 7km/12 mins to MITEC) 
  • Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur (5 stars – 10km/15 mins to MITEC) 
  • Hyatt House Kuala Lumpur, Mont Kiara (Service Apartment – 3.5km/10 mins to MITEC) 
  • ARTE Mont Kiara (Service Apartment – 1.3km/5 mins to MITEC) 
  • Sunway Putra Hotel (4 stars – 4.6km/8 mins to MITEC) 
  • Seri Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur (4 stars – 5.6km/8 mins to MITEC) 

Discover even more hotels in the vibrant heart of Kuala Lumpur, offering a range of options to suit your budget, preferred location, and more.

Travelling around Kuala Lumpur is easy, thanks to its well-developed infrastructure and diverse transportation options.

  • Public transportation: Major cities like Kuala Lumpur boast extensive networks of buses, trains (LRT/MRT/Monorail), and taxis. Purchase a Touch ‘n Go card for cashless convenience. Touch ‘n Go cards are available for purchase at LRT, MRT and Monorail stations, or from Touch 'n Go Hubs, and selected petrol stations.
  • Ridesharing: Apps like Grab provide affordable and convenient rides, especially in urban areas.

Malaysia’s diverse landscape and rich cultural tapestry offer a plethora of activities and experiences, catering to various interests.

Sightseeing: 

  • Petronas Twin Towers: Recognised as the world’s tallest twin towers, ascend the iconic tower for breath-taking views of the city skyline. 
  • Batu Caves: Explore the Hindu cave complex, comprised of towering statues and ornate shrines, reached by climbing 272 steps. 
  • Merdeka Square: Visit the historic site where the Malaysian flag was raised for the first time. 
  • Islamic Arts Museum: Immerse yourself in the beauty and artistry of Islamic calligraphy, textiles, and decorative arts from across the Muslim world. 

Shopping: 

  • Suria KLCC: Located at the foot of Petronas Twin Towers, Suria KLCC boasts over 300 stores, offering both high-end brands and affordable goods. 
  • Pavilion KL: An award-winning mall in the heart of Kuala Lumpur with more than 550 retail outlets and restaurants. 
  • The Exchange TRX: Kuala Lumpur’s latest lifestyle destination with over 400 retail outlets and a 10-acre TRX City Park. 
  • Central Market: Kuala Lumpur’s oldest surviving marketplace, selling everything related to Malaysian culture, art, and craft. Also known to locals as Pasar Seni.

Nightlife: 

  • Changkat Bukit Bintang: Kuala Lumpur’s nightlife hub, popular among locals and tourists with a diverse range of bars and restaurants.
  • Petaling Street: Vibrant Chinatown bustling with vendors selling a diverse range of goods, bars, cafes, and delicious street food.
  • Publika: Hip neighbourhood shopping centre located a stone’s throw from MITEC, with a combination of diners, boutiques, and art galleries.

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