Free visas not enough to woo China tourists, say groups


PETALING JAYA: Tourists from China are unlikely to be attracted by the waiver in visa fees offered by Malaysia, as they are more discouraged by the red tape over visa applications.

“The Government should do away with visas for tourists from China instead of just removing the fee,” said Malaysian Chinese Tourism Association secretary-general Tai Poh Kim.

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