‘Penang needs to pivot to Western, Mid-East markets’


GEORGE TOWN: Many quick changes are needed for Penang to be ready for international tourism to restart when borders reopen on April 1, say industry players.

With China’s Covid-19 situation facing uncertainty and its borders largely still closed, tourism players here must focus on leisure travellers from Western and Middle Eastern markets.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 48
Cxense type: NA
User access status: 3
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Penang , Tourism ,

   

Next In Nation

MMEA rescues four after boat capsizes off Mersing
Ipoh LRT part of draft plan but not confirmed yet, says mayor
Najib's final SRC appeal: Federal Court denies Hisyam's oral application to discharge self
Barisan aims to make Johor a fortress again, out to win 20 parliamentary seats in GE15
Cops on hunt for man seen damaging 'Jalur Gemilang' in viral video
MIC hopes to contest 12 parliamentary seats in GE15
Najib's final SRC appeal: Lead defence counsel applies to discharge himself
Two boys found drowned in Sungai Triang
Domestic helper scam syndicates thrived during Covid-19 crisis
Comms Minister urges Malaysian Family to watch National Day 2022 parade

Others Also Read