USTOA's Matt Harding Releases New Video

malaysiaMatt Harding, the Internet dance and travel sensation of “Where the Hell is Matt,” reports the release of  a new video in partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) showcasing iconic destinations around the world, including Malaysia’s Sarawak Cultural Village in Kuching.

The minute long video conveys the wonder of discovery of new travel experiences, USTOA notes. Harding logged 70,000 miles from his home in Seattle over three months to dance in nine destinations that also included Australia, Alaska, Tanzania, Korea, Chile, France, Ireland and New York’s Coney Island.

In the video, Harding dances with a group of local natives at Malaysia’s award-winning Sarawak Cultural Village. Known as the “Living Museum,” it sprawls across 17 acres at the foothills of Mount Santubong, minutes away from Kuching. 

There are about 150 people living in the village, demonstrating traditional daily activities from Sarawak's diverse tribes, like sago processing and handicrafts. USTOA notes. 

Harding’s appearance in Malaysia was coordinated in partnership with USTOA member General Tours World Traveler and Tourism Malaysia.

To view the Harding’s newest video and learn more about Malaysia and the USTOA, visit www.ustoa.com/dancingwithmatt or www.sarawaktourism.com.

 

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