Covid-19: Where do travel operators in Malaysia go from here?


The columnist on one of his many travels around the world, pre-coronavirus days. He feels that for the tourism industry to rebound faster and stronger, mutual trust and support among the governments of all nations need to be nurtured. — Photos: LEESAN

Almost every country in the world is struggling to cope with effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, including Malaysia.

I urge the government to look at the tourism industry, which for the past 33 years has made remarkable contributions towards the country’s development.

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