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Malaysians can finally breathe a sigh of relief.

The Southeast Asian country has finally unveiled a brand new Visit Malaysia 2020 logo and the design is far better than this... thing.

This abomination was unveiled by then Malaysian government, Barisan Nasional, in January 2018 as part of its tourism campaign for the year 2020.

 

The brand new logo, unveiled by Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad, on the other hand features a hornbill, a hibiscus flower, the wild fern and it was designed based off elements found in Malaysia.

It's a stark contrast to the previous logo which also had Malaysian elements. The older design had received a ton of flak from many locals due to its unprofessional design.

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The new logo was part of a competition organized by the newly elected Malaysian government, Pakatan Harapan.

Graphic designer Alfred Phua Hong Fook's design stood out as the winning piece among hundreds of other pieces.

The face behind the chosen "truly Malaysian" logo. Thank you for giving our logo a refreshed look, and congratulations lad! 😍👏🏻 https://t.co/oQsjSrREFv #MalaysiaTrulyAsia #VisitMalaysia2020 #VM2020 pic.twitter.com/P3Jy7sSljR — Malaysia Truly Asia (@TourismMalaysia) July 23, 2019

What do Malaysians think about the new design?

1. Search hornbill, hibiscus, wildfern on shutterstock 2. Copy and edit 3. Voila #VisitMalaysia2020 pic.twitter.com/Nvqv3AcmiX — Sue Then (@sue_then) July 23, 2019
These are better @MyMOTAC #VisitMalaysia2020 pic.twitter.com/vN08l7wFP3 — 𝐇𝐞𝐢𝐝𝐢 (@hidyharis) July 23, 2019
Which part of our flag is green? #VisitMalaysia2020 pic.twitter.com/zpo2dGkbRI — Dinesh Sekar (@DarkClaw94) July 23, 2019

It's no easy pleasing Malaysians. There were others who did appreciate the logo for what it was.

Guys I got it. It makes sense now. the word 'Visit' and 'Malaysia' is in the same font. So that's one sentence. 'Truly' and 'Asia' also in the same font. So the right way to read it is 'Visit Malaysia Truly Asia'. pheww such a visionary design #VisitMalaysia2020 pic.twitter.com/Ap8TwJ4VoU — Hamka (@hamkarosli) July 23, 2019
Am I the only one thought that it is actually read like "Visit Malaysia, Truly Asia, 2020" because the font is different?🤔 #VisitMalaysia2020 pic.twitter.com/6vKDIW7GIz — musengキツネ (@iamnormies) July 23, 2019
The new logo is so cool... And wayyy better than those stoner orangutans 😂 https://t.co/wfzzFVC3hA — jasmin 🌻 (@_queerpotato) July 23, 2019
Pretty sure many of you can relate. 🤭🤭 #VisitMalaysia2020 pic.twitter.com/kuqO3U9gcr — Eksentrika (@Eksentrika) July 22, 2019

Malaysia is expecting some 30 million tourists next year with RM100 billion of revenue. The focus will be on luring travelers to sample on the Southeast Asian country's ecotourism, arts and culture.

Tourism Malaysia will be collaborating with several companies such as Sharp (M) Electronics Sdn Bhd, Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, Firefly, Malindo Air and Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad to ensure the campaign becomes a success.

Here's hoping the brand new logo entices more tourists.

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IN a surprise but welcome move, the government has postponed Visit Malaysia Year (VMY) to 2026 from 2025. This is expected to provide tourism players with more time to prepare and promote the country, to attract a higher number of tourism arrivals and spending.

Originally scheduled for 2025 in the revised Budget 2023 tabled in February this year, VMY 2025 was to welcome 23.5 million international tourists who were expected to bring in a projected revenue of RM76.8 billion.

On Oct 13, during the tabling of Budget 2024, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said VMY would be in 2026 instead, with a higher target of 26.1 million arrivals and an estimated domestic expenditure of RM97.6 billion.

“We are happy that VMY 2026 has been announced and that the timing will allow the country and its tourism stakeholders to make the necessary preparations ahead of time. We still need time to ensure our tourist facilities and tourism infrastructure are up to par and that we have sufficient time to plan and execute our promotional strategies,” Nigel Wong, president of the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents, tells The Edge.

It is worth noting that the number of targeted arrivals for 2026 is the same as in pre-pandemic 2019 at 26.1 million, but in terms of receipts, Malaysia is targeting 13% more tourist spending than the RM86.1 billion achieved in 2019.

This year’s original arrivals and receipts targets were 16 million and RM49.2 billion respectively. Anwar said in his budget speech that as at August 2023, foreign tourists arrivals had reached 13 million, a threefold increase from the previous corresponding period.

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In early August, Tourism Malaysia director-general Datuk Dr Ammar Abd Ghapar was quoted as saying that Malaysia is likely to hit 18 million visitors this year.

Based on the January to August arrivals of 13 million tourists, the country has already welcomed an average of 1.625 million foreigners each month. Should the average hold for the remainder of the year, then total arrivals this year could well surpass the 18 million to hit some 19.5 million.

According to published data, Malaysia welcomed 9.16 million tourists in the first six months of the year, up 329.6% compared with the first half of 2022. The biggest jump in arrivals, in terms of percentage, came from Brunei (5,899.8%), China (1,182.5%), Taiwan (1,569.3%) and Russia (1,899.5%).

These 9.16 million tourists brought in a total of RM30.12 billion in receipts, which translates into RM3,288.19 in per capita spending.

During the tabling of Budget 2024, Anwar said the government plans to improve the visa-on-arrival (VOA) facilities, social visit passes and multiple-entry visa offers to encourage the entry of tourists and investors, especially those from India and China.

Malaysian Inbound Tourism Alliance chairman Uzaidi Udanis, who is also happy with the postponement of VMY as there is now more time to prepare and promote the country, hopes that all flights would have, by 2026, resumed to the situation prior to Covid-19.

He says there is currently VOA available for those from India and China, but only if they enter Malaysia through another country, such as Thailand or Singapore.

“What we require is a VOA facility for direct flights to Malaysia,” he says. The argument is simple: Why only allow tourists to enter our country after they have spent their money elsewhere?

Uzaidi highlights that apart from India and China, which are potential major tourist markets, there is a huge opportunity to tap the Russian market, particularly so now. According to him, there are about 11,900 seats available weekly to Malaysia from Russia.

Due to sanctions imposed on Russia because of the Russia-Ukraine war, Russians are not travelling to some of the countries that they used to go to, Uzaidi says. So, Malaysia should strike while the iron is hot and attract this group, who are known to be major spenders, he adds.

Promoting Islamic tourism

During the tabling of Budget 2024, Anwar said the government will provide RM350 million to boost promotion and tourism activities for Malaysia to regain its position as the preferred global tourism destination. An area he highlighted was the provision of funds to the Islamic Tourism Centre (ITC) to develop the Muslim-friendly tourism industry here, as Malaysia also aspires to be the umrah hub of Asia.

ITC, an agency under the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, is registered as a company limited by guarantee. It not only conducts research and training for the Islamic tourism industry but also helps to develop the Muslim-friendly tourism and hospitality ecosystem.

“The Muslim tourist market is huge with a two billion Muslim population globally,” Nizran Noordin, director-general of ITC, tells The Edge.

Citing the MasterCard CrescentRating Global Muslim Travel Index (GMTI) 2023 report from June 2023, Nizran says 160 million Muslims travelled globally in 2019 and this number is forecast to grow to 230 million in 2028, with an expected spending of US$225 billion (RM1.07 trillion). CrescentRating is considered the world’s leading authority on halal/Muslim travel.

In 2019, prior to the pandemic, Malaysia attracted 5.3 million Muslim tourists, who contributed RM16.72 billion in receipts. In 2022, a total of 2.12 million Muslim tourists spent RM5.37 billion in Malaysia.

While the Middle East is the go-to Muslim tourist market, Nizran says Malaysia can tap the market closer to home — the low-hanging fruit of some 225 million Muslims who are located in Southeast Asia. Malaysia plans to tap the Muslim market in Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei.

“At the same time, we will continue to bank on the Middle East, which has been the traditional Muslim source market for Malaysia, while the country explores new markets like China,” he says. ITC, Nizran adds, will also be targeting the umrah pilgrim market from Asia.

Meanwhile, he notes, there are about 350 million Muslims living in non-Muslim majority countries. “For them, travelling to a Muslim-friendly destination like Malaysia is an exciting notion, as they can freely consume easily found halal food and enjoy Islamic celebrations in a warm and welcoming environment. This is a unique selling proposition that Malaysia can offer.”

According to the MasterCard CrescentRating GMTI 2023 ranking, Malaysia — jointly with Indonesia — is the top Muslim-friendly destination in the world, ahead of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. “Malaysia’s standing in the GMTI has remained unchanged over the years, a testament to its enduring allure to Muslim travellers,” the report says.

The report also ranks Malaysia as the most Muslim-women-friendly destination among Organisation of Islamic Cooperation destinations globally, followed by Indonesia and Qatar.

Nizran says Muslim-friendly tourism is an ecosystem encompassing everyone in the tourism industry, including hotels, travel agencies, tourist guides and more.

“Islamic travel used to be interpreted as umrah and hajj [pilgrimage]. But with the expansion of the travel industry, the definition of tourism has also transformed,” he points out.

While it is too early to say what allocation ITC can expect to receive from Budget 2024, Nizran says it has conducted research on various aspects of the ecosystem. Based on this, ITC developed the Muslim-Friendly Tourism and Hospitality Assurance and Recognition (MFAR), a set of guidelines that set the standard for Muslim-friendly tourism and hospitality.

The MFAR logo is a visible brand for Muslim tourists to know that a business has the facilities and services that can cater for their faith-based needs.

“When they travel, Muslim tourists simply want to ensure there is easily available halal food and a place to perform their prayers. These are must-haves for Muslims,” he says.

On plans leading up to VMY 2026, Nizran says: “With the budget allocation to ITC, we hope that the MFAR branding can be expanded to onboard more tourism industry players, and it will be a recognisable logo that is sought after by travellers who want to travel with comfort and ease as a Muslim. For tourism and hospitality businesses, the MFAR is a branding and recognition that speaks of their reputation, quality and value-added product or service.”

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Melaka, 17 Oct 2023 - The State of Melaka proudly announces the commencement of Visit Melaka Year 2024, a spectacular campaign that aims to showcase the very best of our enchanting destination. With an extensive lineup of events and activities spanning from July 2023 to December 2024, Melaka is set to captivate the hearts and imaginations of visitors from around the globe.

Through this campaign, Melaka seeks to reposition itself as an exceptional tourism destination in various markets worldwide. Our state is endowed with a myriad of unique features that set it apart from other destinations. From the historical treasures that narrate our fascinating past to the vibrant cultural experiences that showcase our diversity, Melaka promises an unforgettable journey of exploration and discovery.

With a staggering 786 products to explore, encompassing history, culture, agro-tourism, recreation, gastronomy, and more, visitors will be spoiled for choice.

During Visit Melaka Year 2024, our goal is to welcome between 15.0 to 18.7 million tourists, both local and international. To achieve this, we have designed 100 exclusive packages tailored specifically for Visit Melaka, offering a comprehensive experience that includes accommodation, guided tours, and access to our finest products and attractions.

Melaka will highlight a range of special and niche products, such as community-based tourism, experiential tourism, gastronomic delights, evening escapades, diving expeditions, unique vacation packages, wellness retreats, leisure pursuits, and much more. We are committed to showcasing Melaka's unique wonders, attractions, and cultural treasures, ensuring that each visitor creates cherished memories to last a lifetime.

Additionally, Visit Melaka Year 2024 aims to enhance Melaka's share of the meetings, incentives, conventions, and exhibitions (MICE) market. By promoting the state as an ideal destination for such events, we anticipate an increase in domestic tourism, attracting new investments to Melaka, and providing ample employment opportunities, thereby enhancing the quality of life for the people of Melaka.

As we look forward to Visit Melaka 2024, we are committed to making Melaka a sustainable destination. We are actively working to protect our natural environment, safeguarding our coastal areas and lush forests. Our sustainable tourism practices aim to ensure that future generations can continue to appreciate the beauty and serenity that Melaka has to offer.

Visit Melaka 2024 will be an exceptional journey that captures the essence of Melaka's uniqueness. We invite the world to experience our history, culture, cuisine, and hospitality. We are excited to welcome visitors from around the globe to share in the magic of Melaka, a place where traditions meet modernity, and where every corner tells a story.

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In tabling the 2024 Malaysia Madani Budget today, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim announced that 2026 will be Visit Malaysia Year.

The government is targetting to see 26.1 million tourist arrivals with a domestic spending of RM97.6 billion.

Anwar said the government would be allocating RM350 million for tourism related promotions and activities in order to make Malaysia a preferred tourist destination again.

Apart from 2026 as Visit Malaysia Year, other efforts to be explored are working with industries to promote and organise tourism events in Malaysia and overseas.

Help will also be extended to 200 cultural practitioners to organise arts and cultural events.

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KUALA LUMPUR: A total of RM250mil has been allocated to promote the tourism sector through the 2023 Budget, says Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

The Prime Minister said the total allocation was in line with the Visit Malaysia Year in 2025, with a targeted arrival of 23.5 million international tourists and a projected income of up to RM 76.8bil.

The government will also implement several infrastructure projects to alleviate traffic congestion which has affected tourist hotspots.

"A new road will be constructed from Habu to Tanah Rata in Cameron Highlands, Pahang, at a cost of RM480mil, and an upgrade of Jalan Tun Hamzah to the intersection of Semabok along the Lebuh AMJ in Central Melaka, at a cost of RM300mil.

"A road and bridge will also be built over Sungai Sepang to connect Bukit Pelandok in Port Dickson and Sungai Pelek in Sepang, at a project cost of RM160mil,” he said when presenting the 2023 Budget in the Dewan Rakyat on Friday (Feb 24).

Anwar also said that the highway network to Pengerang in Johor will be upgraded through the construction of an overtaking lane on the Senai Desaru Expressway.

"We will also widen the North-South Expressway, from North Yong Peng to North Senai - Phase 1, Johor, from four to six lanes, at a cost of RM525mil, in phases,” he said.

The unity government, led by Anwar, presented the 2023 Budget today, which has allocated a total of RM388.1bil, with RM289.1bil for operating expenditure, and RM99bil for development expenditure, including RM2bil in contingency savings.- Bernama

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Over the last two years, my journey as a travel enthusiast and Business Insider's travel reporter in Singapore has brought me to almost every country in Southeast Asia.

In total, there are 10 countries in Southeast Asia , and I've traveled to nine of them — Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, and Brunei. Myanmar remains the only country in the region I have not visited, and while I am keen to explore it, I have held off on visiting because of the country's ongoing civil war.

I've watched the sun rise in Angkor Wat in Cambodia and cared for elephants in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I've explored the Bornean jungle in Brunei and crawled the Cu Chi Tunnels in southern Vietnam.

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1. Going during monsoon season and not planning for the weather.

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In July, I traveled to Thailand on a reporting trip to cover the budding cannabis industry . There, I was met with heavy rain nearly every day. In Bangkok, I was staying in a hostel in Chakkrawat , a district with narrow, meandering streets, which made it difficult to walk anywhere in the pouring rain.

I didn't plan for the weather, so I didn't have an umbrella or poncho with me and had to rush to get one at the last minute. I also had a packed itinerary with a lot of travel between meetings, which was a hassle in the constant downpour.

Before traveling to Southeast Asia, make sure to avoid two seasons — the monsoon season, which often comes with strong typhoons in countries like the Philippines, and the burning season, where farmers burn land for fertile soil. This is a common occurrence in countries like Laos, Thailand, and the island of Borneo, which is shared between Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

When I traveled to Laos in April last year during the burning season , most of my plans — including a hot air balloon ride — were canceled because of the thick smog. I also didn't have an N95 mask with me, and I ended up with a sore throat.

If you do plan to come during these seasons, make sure to pack accordingly and plan a flexible schedule.

2. Traveling during Ramadan and expecting the same practices everywhere.

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Having grown up in Singapore, I'm familiar with the practices during Ramadan , the holy month for Muslims, where they fast for most of the day. I studied Malay for seven years, and in school, I often fasted with my Muslim classmates and ate only in private.

Still, in many cities in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia , non-Muslims are free to dine in public, so long as they do so respectfully. But on my trip to Brunei in April — at the height of the burning season and in the middle of Ramadan — there were more practices I needed to observe.

Most restaurants were closed, and diners weren't allowed to eat there even if they were open — only take-out was allowed. Eating in public was a major faux pas even for non-Muslims, and if you want to drink some water, you can only do so when nobody is around.

It wasn't easy, especially as Brunei was sweltering at 100 degrees Fahrenheit on some days. I made do by returning to the hotel for lunch and grabbing a big dinner with the locals at the night market after they had broken their fast.

3. Not packing enough modest outfits when visiting temples and mosques.

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Southeast Asia is pretty liberal, and you can wear whatever you want in many places. In popular destinations like Phuket, Thailand, and Bali, Indonesia, lots of tourists walk around in bikini tops and shorts, and locals mostly tolerate it.

But there are certain places you do need to cover up, like places of worship, which include temples and mosques. When I visited Angkor Wat — the famed temple complex in Cambodia — in February last year, I found some tourists being told off by the local tour guides for wearing shorts and tank tops — "Tomb Raider" style.

I've learned to err on the right side of caution and bring a sarong wherever I go. It's an easy way to cover up and make an outfit more modest when you need to.

4. Forgetting to pack medication, especially when I plan to eat street food.

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Southeast Asia has some of the world's most flavorful food. In every country, you can find food that is cheap and delicious, and that includes Singapore , the world's most expensive city. In countries like Malaysia and Vietnam, street food dishes can cost as little as a dollar.

I eat mostly street food when I travel in Southeast Asia, so medicine for tummy-related illnesses is a must. I've only gotten sick twice from eating street food — and it was the same dish both times— and unfortunately, those were the few times I didn't have medicine with me.

I'm a pretty adventurous eater. I've eaten everything from pufferfish stew to frog porridge and dishes made with intestines off the street. I've learned to wash the utensils provided before digging in and make sure the food is cooked to order and heated up before being served.

5. Relying on my card and not bringing enough cash with me.

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In Singapore, I don't really use cash and often use Apple Pay, mobile payments, and cards. But I've found that many stores in other countries in Southeast Asia only accept cash.

For example, on my third trip to Vietnam, I spent an hour trying to make payment via bank transfer after the staff at a luxury perfume shop — which was selling items priced upwards of $200 — informed me at the last minute that they didn't accept card or contactless payment.

I've also found the majority of street vendors in the region only accept mobile payment — which is limited to local banks — or cash. I've learned to change a considerable amount of money before leaving the airport and keep whatever I didn't use for my next trip.

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When is Eid al-Fitr 2024 and how is it celebrated?

The three-day festival celebrates the completion of the fasting month of Ramadan by Muslims across the world.

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As a new moon was not sighted on Monday evening after Maghrib prayers, Muslims in Saudi Arabia and neighbouring countries will fast one more day, completing 30 days of Ramadan. The first day of Eid will then be celebrated on Wednesday, April 10.

The first day of Eid al-Fitr is determined by the sighting of the crescent moon marking the start of the month of Shawwal, the 10th month of the Islamic (Hijri) calendar.

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Lunar months last between 29 and 30 days so Muslims usually have to wait until the night before Eid to verify its date.

Other countries follow independent sightings.

When the sighting has been verified, Eid is declared on television, radio stations and at mosques.

Muslim worshippers prepare to take part in a morning prayer on the first day of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, at the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, on April 21, 2023 [Yasin Akgul /AFP]

How do Muslims celebrate Eid?

Traditionally, Eid is celebrated for three days as an official holiday in Muslim-majority countries. However, the number of holiday days varies by country.

Muslims begin Eid day celebrations by partaking in a prayer service that takes place shortly after dawn, followed by a short sermon.

Palestinian Muslims perform the morning Eid al-Fitr prayer, marking the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Gaza City on May 2, 2022 [Mahmud HAMS / AFP]

On their way to the prayer, which is traditionally held in an open area, Muslims recite takbeerat, praising God by saying “Allahu Akbar”, meaning “God is great”.

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It is customary to eat something sweet before the prayer, such as date -filled biscuits known as maamoul in the Middle East. This particular festival is known as the “sweet” Eid – and the distribution of sweets is common across the Muslim world.

Muslims usually spend the day visiting relatives and neighbours and accepting sweets as they move around from house to house.

Each country has traditional desserts and sweets that are prepared before Eid or on the morning of the first day.

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Children, dressed in new clothes, are offered gifts and money to celebrate the joyous occasion.

Children ride a swing on the first day of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan, in the rebel-held town of Maaret Misrin in Syria's northwestern Idlib province, on April 21, 2023 [Abdulaziz Ketaz / AFP]

Girls and women in many countries decorate their hands with henna. The celebration for Eid begins the night before as women gather in neighbourhoods and large family gatherings for the application of henna.

A girl shows her hand decorated with henna at a market area ahead of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the Muslim holy festival of Ramadan, in Srinagar, on April 20, 2023 [Tauseef Mustafa / AFP]

In some countries, families visit graveyards to offer their respects to departed family members right after the morning prayers.

It is common for Muslim-majority countries to decorate their cities with lights and hold festivities to commemorate the end of the fasting month.

A general view shows the Alif Ki mosque illuminated during the holy month of Ramadan, ahead of Eid al-Fitr, in Ahmedabad on April 19, 2023 [Sam Panthaky/AFP]

Eid amid the onslaught in Gaza

For some 2.3 million Palestinians in Gaza this Eid, this will be the first Muslim religious holiday after more than 33,000 people have been killed in Israeli attacks. With little food aid, and very limited water, Gaza’s Eid al-Fitr will be mired in destruction amid the continuing attacks.

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What are common Eid greetings?

The most popular greeting is “Eid Mubarak” (Blessed Eid) or “Eid sa’id” (Happy Eid). Eid greetings also vary depending on the country and language.

The video below shows how people say Eid Mubarak in different languages around the world.

Norfolk Southern reaches $600M settlement more than a year after Ohio train derailment

Norfolk Southern has agreed to a $600 million settlement to resolve class-action lawsuits filed after a freight train derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, spilling toxic chemicals into the community .

The company said in a news release Tuesday that the settlement "is another promise kept by Norfolk Southern to make it right for the people of East Palestine and the surrounding communities."

"The agreement is designed to provide finality and flexibility for settlement class members. Individuals and businesses will be able to use compensation from the settlement in any manner they see fit to address potential adverse impacts from the derailment," it said.

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"This could include healthcare needs and medical monitoring, property restoration and diminution, and compensation for any net business loss," the company continued. "In addition, individuals within 10-miles of the derailment may, at their discretion, choose to receive additional compensation for any past, current, or future personal injury from the derailment."

On Feb. 3, 2023, just before 9 p.m. local time, 38 cars of a freight train derailed off Taggart Street. The cars were carrying cargo that included hazardous materials such as vinyl chloride and butyl acrylate, which are known to cause adverse health effects, including respiratory irritation and even certain cancers, with prolonged exposure.

Residents within a roughly 1-mile radius had to temporarily evacuate. Days after the spill and fire, the rail company did a controlled chemical release and burned vinyl chloride — a flammable gas — in a move officials said would  alleviate the risk of an explosion .

Class-action lawsuits swiftly followed. For the most part, residents sued over lost income due to the evacuation and health concerns. Even though Norfolk Southern and the Environmental Protection Agency said the town’s water was safe to drink, some residents told "NBC Nightly News" this year that they run air purifiers daily in their homes and drink only bottled water .

In a court filing Tuesday, attorneys for the plaintiffs said they expect to file a motion for the judge to approve the amount no later than April 19.

"We believe this is a fair, reasonable and adequate result for the community on a number of levels, not the least of which is the speed of the resolution, and the overall amount of the awards residents can expect, which will be significant for those most impacted by the derailment," attorneys Seth A. Katz, M. Elizabeth Graham, Jayne Conroy and T. Michael Morgan said in a joint statement.

In addition to the settlement, Norfolk Southern said it has spent $104 million in community assistance to East Palestine and the surrounding areas, $4.3 million to help upgrade the drinking water infrastructure and $500,000 for economic development.

Minyvonne Burke is a senior breaking news reporter for NBC News.

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