Port Dickson returns to life thanks to local tourists


Stalls at the popular Telok Kemang beach in Port Dickson which once teemed with picnickers and holidaymakers was closed during the MCO. - SARBAN SINGH/The Star

Like many tourism hotspots in Malaysia, Port Dickson in Negri Sembilan experienced a bleak phase for more than two months since the enforcement of the movement control order (MCO) on March 18.

But the holiday destination has now come alive with the presence of local tourists, thanks to the implementation of the recovery MCO on June 10, following the announcement of the National Economic Recovery Plan (Penjana).

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