India and Malaysia agreed to further strengthen travel between the two countries and explore mutual avenues for promotion of tourism products and investments in the hospitality sector.
"We need to promote investment in both the countries. Malaysia has done very well in the service industry and India is emerging fast in the sector. We hope to gain from each other's experience," Tourism Minister Kumari Selja said.
She was talking to reporters at New Delhi on Monday after meeting her Malaysian counterpart Ng Yen Yen.
Selja said both the countries can explore opportunities like investing in convention centers and hotels.
The Malaysian Tourism Minister invited Selja to visit that country and attract tourists to India, especially during the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
Yen during her stay in the country will also visit Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai.
India plans to sign an MoU with Malaysia for promotion of tourism industries in both countries.