Hotels restrategising for bigger tourism market

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  • Monday, 13 Jun 2005

The tourism industry in Penang is a major income earner for the island, attracting tourists from around the world. 

Penang, however, needs to reposition itself to fend off challenges from other regional destinations that are competing for the tourist dollar. 

The Malaysian Association of Hotels Penang Chapter chairman Arbind K. Shrestha tells StarBiz journalist DAVID TAN the steps taken by the association to keep Penang ahead of the competition.  

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