Tioman, Genting Highlands tourism bubble put on hold


ROMPIN (Bernama):The Tioman Island and Genting Highlands tourism bubble scheduled to begin on Oct 1 has been suspended indefinitely, says Tourism Pahang general manager Kamaruddin Ibrahim.

He said the move followed a statement by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob that the reopening of island resorts and tourism centres or destinations and inter-state travel would only be allowed when the vaccination rate of the country’s adult population had reached 90 per cent.

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