MCO 2.0: Tourist guides need more than RM500 assistance to sustain livelihood


More needs to be done for the tourist guide community that has been severely impacted by the pandemic. - Filepic

With borders still closed to international travellers, the government needs to provide more assistance to help tourist guides in the country sustain their livelihoods.

Malaysian Tourist Guides Council president Jimmy Leong said more needs to be done for the tourist guide community that has been severely impacted by the pandemic.

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