Why it's important for Malaysians to spend and travel locally

Shoppers checking out pearls and other local jewellery at the Filipino Market in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. — Tourism Malaysi a

Whenever Lee Sheau Jing travels abroad, she makes it a point to shop for trinkets and unique items as presents for loved ones. In fact, shopping takes precedent in the itinerary of the trip.

Lee will save some money on the cost of food and by taking public transportation during her holidays, just so she can buy presents and souvenirs for friends and loved ones.

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