MBPP goes after unlicensed homestay operators


GEORGE TOWN: Local authorities have sprung into action and homestay operators found operating without licence have been fined.

In a spot check by officials from four departments of the Penang Island City Council (MBPP), four unit owners in Birch Regency Condominium in Datuk Keramat were fined RM250 each for operating a business without licence.

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