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Sarawak and Sabah should have been consulted on departure levy before it was introduced, says Sarawak Tourism Minister
KUCHING: The Sarawak and Sabah state governments should have been consulted on the departure levy before it was introduced, says Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah.
IT ALL started innocuously enough. Last week, Sarawak Tourism Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah told reporters in Kuching that the state had yet to receive some RM2.7mil in tourism tax revenue from the federal government.
MIRI: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng and Sarawak government leaders are now arguing over money matters.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: Sarawak’s aim to secure five million tourist next year has received a tremendous boost from close neighbours Brunei.
MARUDI: Baram’s economy can be triggered by the improvement of links between Marudi and Miri, said Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg during the Baram Regatta 2017.
Miri: Dealers of secondhand and recycled items paid a courtesy call on Miri police chief Asst Comm Lim Meng Seah.
Miri: Miri Petroleum Museum will showcase more IT-focused and interactive exhibits, Sarawak Tourism Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin said.
Miri: Sarawak Welfare Department is upbeat about a two-year programme called “Welfare Micro-Business Project” to help recipients of government aid to live on their own income.
MIRI: The state government will build a fence around Miri Petroleum Museum here following rampant theft and vandalism incidents, Sarawak Tourism Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin.
KUCHING: Sarawak has decided to allow tourists from China to enter the state through the Miri Airport and the Immigration, Customs, Quarantine, and Security (ICQS) facility in Sungai Tujuh bordering to Brunei, using the Special Entry Pass with immediate effect.