Adapt and survive, travel agents urged

Popular spot: People queueing up at a restaurant in Jalan Datuk Tahwil Azhar in Ipoh, Perak, as domestic tourism begins to recover.

PETALING JAYA: Travel agents must adapt to the new normal to capitalise on the fact that Malaysians are looking forward to travelling domestically during the recovery movement control order (MCO) period, say tourism industry players.

Tourism Malaysia senior director of domestic and events Datuk Dr Ammar Abd Ghapar urged travel agencies to cater to domestic tourism to remain relevant.

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