Turning Tangkak into ecotourism hotspot

Tee (left) speaking to Hasni during the latter’s working visit to Tangkak to gather local views before tabling the state budget for 2022.

LOCATED in the north of Johor, Tangkak’s position as the northern entry point to the state could see it marketed as an ecotourism destination to attract local and foreign tourists.

Datuk Tee Siew Kiong, adviser to the Johor Mentri Besar, said the district was blessed with natural resources and landmarks such as Gunung Ledang and various agricultural developments.

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