Genting rides the storm

Genting Highlands has for a long time been a hive of activity. Day trippers, tourists and gamblers often head up the mountain, navigating through congestion to spend time up on the hill.

Nowadays, though is a stark contrast to how things were. The crowd has disappeared and the roads are generally empty. Roadblocks manned by police and guards of the Genting group are the only people seen around the popular tourist destination.

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