Embassy to investigate claims of Chinese tour guides operating in Malaysia


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  • Saturday, 03 Feb 2018

Dataran Helang is a popular landmark among tourists in Langkawi.

PUTRAJAYA: The Chinese embassy in Malaysia will investigate allegations of Chinese national tour guides operating in the country, especially in Langkawi and Penang, Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian said on Friday (Feb 2).

Commenting on media reports quoting local tour guides that more and more Chinese tour guides were operating in Langkawi and Penang, thus affecting their income, Bai said: "I just learned of this. I will direct the Chinese Consulate in Penang to investigate the allegation."

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