Homestay owners remain cautious


Amir (left) and Rosle at his homestay in Pulau Betong. – LIM BENG TATT/The Star

THE southwest district of Penang where tourists would usually visit to get up close with nature and the local community is not drawing in visitors despite homestays now allowed to open.

Teluk Bahang Homestay manager Rozita Omar, who oversees 11 homestay units near the Penang National Park, said since reopening two weeks ago, there had been no bookings.

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