Booming durian business but no water supply

Constant pain: Tanks are seen outside a house in Taman Raub Jaya 6 where residents have to deal with the frequent water cuts.

RAUB: Since the town – less than two hours from Kuala Lumpur – styled itself as the durian capital of the country, it has seen a steady stream of visitors, especially tourists from Singapore and China.

This has led to a boom in business and socioeconomic activities, parti­cularly construction and homestays.

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