Recovery in motion


Home attractions: There are many interesting places such as the Petronas Twin Towers, to visit. — RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star

AS the tourism and hospitality industry continues to face an unprecedented level of trials amid the coronavirus pandemic, its survival and success will depend on how its stakeholders react and adapt to the situation.

According to the Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH), the hotel industry alone is expected to have lost as much as RM6.54bil in revenue last year.

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