Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture
Dewan Sanggar Pujangga, MOTAC, Putrajaya
About P2.5 Indoor LED Screen
Our team was appointed to install a P2.5 Indoor LED Display at Dewan Sanggar Pujangga, MOTAC, Putrajaya. The LED display has a screen width of 7.04 meters and a screen height of 4.0 meters.
The LED display will be used as a backdrop for any stage event.
About Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture
The Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture is a key department within the Government of Malaysia, responsible for overseeing various aspects of tourism, culture, archives, libraries, museums, heritage, arts, theatre, handicrafts, visual arts, conventions, exhibitions, Islamic tourism, and crafts.
The history of this ministry traces back to the inception of the Department of Tourism in 1959, initially under the Ministry of Trade. In the 1980s, the government continued its support for tourism by establishing the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in 1987.
On May 20, 1992, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism was rebranded as the Ministry of Culture, Arts, and Tourism, often abbreviated as MoCAT.
In April 2004, MoCAT was restructured to create a dedicated ministry, the Ministry of Tourism (MoTour), solely responsible for matters related to tourism. This restructuring highlighted the government’s commitment to promoting tourism as a significant contributor to the nation’s economy.
On May 15, 2013, MoTour was transformed into the Ministry of Tourism and Culture (MOTAC) following the 13th General Election. This change aimed to underscore the strong link between tourism and culture and promote Malaysia as a top-of-the-mind destination, in line with its popular tagline ‘Malaysia, Truly Asia.’
On July 2, 2018, the ministry underwent another name change and became the Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture Malaysia, as announced by the Prime Minister during the Cabinet Formation after the 14th General Election.