Hotel reopens to new norm

Penang tourism, arts, culture and heritage committee chairman Yeoh Soon Hin (second left) and Iconic Group founder and chairman Datuk Tan Kean Tet (second right) checking out one of the hotel rooms. (Left) The entrance of the hotel in Bukit Mertajam.

While many hotels are closed due to the impact of Covid-19, a hotel in Bukit Mertajam in Penang has opened its doors with the hope of reviving the stalled tourism industry.

The hotel’s director of sales Khor Bee Ai said they outlined strict standing operating procedures for all the employees to follow after it reopened on Monday.

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