Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Seri Ahmad Phesal Talib said the plan was to place the city as a one-stop tourism generator in Asia.
According to the plan, the vision for Kuala Lumpur is to be the top destination for exciting and diverse urban experiences delivered through world-class infrastructures and services.
The initiatives spans across 10 tourism segments and enablers including culture, heritage, places of interest, shopping, entertainment, nature and adventure, luxury travel, sports and medical and wellness.
With the implementation of the plan, Kuala Lumpur's tourism industry has the potential to nearly double the number of foreign tourist arrivals to 16 million and tourism receipts in the city is expected to reach RM79 bil by 2025.
The plan also mentioned that the average length of stay of visitors is expected to increase from 3.1 nights to 5.5 nights in 2025.