Locals eager to dine and shop in Wang Kelian and Bukit Kayu Hitam from April 1


Shopping haven: Wang Kelian is set to thrive again with Malaysians patronising the eateries and bazaars there as seen in this filepic.

BUTTERWORTH: Malaysians are looking forward to dining and shopping in Thailand’s border towns once the border reopens at Wang Kelian and Bukit Kayu Hitam on April 1.

Penang Port Sdn Bhd project and facilities head Mior Saiful Nizam Mior Jamil said he misses driving across the border on day trips with his wife and two children.

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