Make more movies in Sabah to showcase scenic locations and boost tourism: Bangkuai


The cast of Craze Below The Wind, a film shot in Sabah, during the movie premiere at a cinema in Kota Kinabalu on Tuesday night (May 24).

KOTA KINABALU: "Craze Below The Wind", a movie shot in Sabah, hits cinemas this Thursday (May 26) and is expected to pave the way for more film production in the state.

Sabah Assistant Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Joniston Bangkuai said at the movie's premiere here on Tuesday (May 24) night that such films would be able to promote Sabah as a preferred destination, attracting more tourists.

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