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Developing tourism holistically

FROM YS CHAN , Petaling Jaya

Tough times in hospitality industry

Budget hotel operators want the Government to increase the SST threshold to RM1.5mil.

Legitimate chance for budget hotels

UNLICENSED budget hotels will be offered help in obtaining a valid operating licence before Visit Malaysia Year 2020.

Register or face closure

JOHOR BARU: Airbnb operators and unlicensed hotels in Johor that fail to register with the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry (Motac) will face stern action, including the possibility of being shut down.

Social media message ‘not painting true picture of local hotel industry’

THERE is no reason to believe a recent WhatsApp message that the hotel industry will be experiencing a slump, National Union of Hotel, Bar and Restaurant Workers (NUHBRW) secretary general Rusli Affandi.

Airbnb: There are no registration forms for hosts

PETALING JAYA: Despite calls by the government for unlicensed hotels and Airbnb operators to register with the authorities or face legal action, the mechanism for registration seems to be up in the air.

Johor registered home-sharing properties since last year

ISKANDAR PUTERI: Johor Tourism has been registering home-sharing properties here since November last year, said State Women Deve­lopment and Tourism Committee chairman Liow Cai Tung.

Unlicensed innkeepers urged to register immediately

PETALING JAYA: Operators of unlicensed hotels and Airbnb are urged to register immediately with the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry or face legal action.

Operators of unlicensed hotels, AirBnB told to register or face legal action

PETALING JAYA: Operators of unlicensed hotels and AirBnB have been urged to register immediately with the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry or face legal action.

A taxing problem for hotel operators

SIBU: The RM10 tourism tax which hotel guests have to pay now should be revised as it is hurting budget hotels in the state.