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Introducing EnrichExplore, powered by DealBroker

By M Radzi Desa - Malaysia Airlines Airbus A380-841, GFDL 1.2,

By M Radzi Desa – Malaysia Airlines Airbus A380-841, GFDL 1.2, Source: Wikimedia

Enrich members can now discover the world with over 50,000 activities in more than 1,500 cities with EnrichExplore.

Powered by Travelling Connect | DealBroker, the largest B2B Tours & Activities provider, EnrichExplore brings guests an assortment of activities from relaxing retreats to action-packed thrills whilst earning miles.

According to Malaysia Airlines’ Head of Loyalty, Khairul Nisa Ismail, “We are excited to be the first frequent flyer partner to tie-up with Travelling Connect | DealBroker. This goes to show that we are constantly looking for ways to reward our loyal customers. Enrich is designed to cater to the needs of our customers and of course their lifestyle. The more miles they earn, the more benefits our members can enjoy. With EnrichExplore, our members will be able to earn Enrich miles when they book a London Eye and Thames river cruise, or even a Kecak show in Bali in addition to the miles accrual via flights.”

“Enrich’s focus is also to differentiate our offers to our members based on their tier and preference. This is to keep our members excited as they will always look forward to our next initiative. Feel free to browse EnrichExploreand look out for the best experiences of the day,” she added.

Marcel Wientjen, CEO of Travelling Connect | DealBroker, says about this new service, “We are very happy to be launching this service with Malaysia Airlines. With EnrichExplore, customers will have a smoother travel experience and at the same time they will benefit by earning Enrich miles.”

From now until 10 November 2016, the first 100 members to book on EnrichExplore will earn 1,000 Bonus Enrich Miles.

Members can log on to to shop for ground activities.

For those who are not Enrich members, sign up now at to start enjoying a world of benefits and privileges on Malaysia Airlines.


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