Malaysia to promote 'clean’ family-friendly tourism after pandemic

Escape Cameron Highlands is a nature-based adventure park that will be built into the natural landscape. - Sim Leisure World

Malaysia will promote family-oriented nature tourism as the country recovers from the pandemic, said Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri.

The Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister said Malaysia will set itself apart from neighbouring countries by being a nature-based destination that caters to families.

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