Kinta Valley Geopark status will enhance existing attractions, says Nolee


On-site briefing: Nolee (centre) being briefed by Perak Mineral and Geoscience Department director Dr Kamaluddin Hassan (right) as Perak State Secretary Datuk Seri Abdul Puhat Mat Nayan (second from right) looks on during the launching of Kinta Valley Geopark in Ipoh.

THE state is expecting a boom in tourism with the launch of the Kinta Valley Geopark.

State Tourism Committee chairman Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohd Radzi said it has been a proven track record worldwide that places with geoparks automatically have a higher number of tourists.

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