Langkawi needs 60% international travellers, says tourism association

Holiday spot: The Langkawi Development Authority had targeted the arrival of 5,000 international tourists to help generate RM24.4mil in revenue this year. — Bernama

LANGKAWI: The island resort is crying out for more foreign tourists, with only 376 of them arriving since the international tourism bubble pilot project began last month.

Langkawi Tourism Association chief executive officer Zainuddin Kadir, who disclosed this, said more has to be done as the island depended on foreign tourists.

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