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Single mum, civil servant among five couples held for khalwat in JB

JOHOR BARU (Bernama): A single mother and a civil servant were among five couples detained by Johor Islamic Religious Department personnel in an anti-vice operation last night (April 30).

Register or face closure

JOHOR BARU: Airbnb operators and unlicensed hotels in Johor that fail to register with the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry (Motac) will face stern action, including the possibility of being shut down.

Don’t slay the golden goose

Melaka’s growing tourism industry may lose its heritage and uniqueness if the state keeps adding high-density commercial projects indiscriminately.

Social media message ‘not painting true picture of local hotel industry’

THERE is no reason to believe a recent WhatsApp message that the hotel industry will be experiencing a slump, National Union of Hotel, Bar and Restaurant Workers (NUHBRW) secretary general Rusli Affandi.

Budget hotels cry foul over rates

SIBU: Sarawak Central Region Hotel Association wants the music licence fee for budget hotels to be reduced.

The importance of regulating short-stay homes in Malaysia

If it’s up to the travel and hospitality stakeholders in Malaysia, regulation on short term accommodations (STA) or short-stay homes such as Airbnb in the country is long overdue. Concerted calls have been made repeatedly to put the home-sharing industry under scrutiny.

Project preview in Semenyih well-received

Hundreds of guests thronged Setia EcoHill Welcome Centre recently to attend the preview of SP Setia’s upcoming project Setia Mayuri in Semenyih, Selangor.

Starry-eyed in Kudat

THE road is long and winding. Along the three hour-plus journey from Kota Kinabalu, across padi fields and rivers, one will pass many small villages on the two-way trunk road.

3D murals to enliven royal town

IMAGINE being greeted by an elephant in the back streets of Klang!

Zuraida: More training for rescue ops in low-head dams

SEMENYIH: Better training for search-and-rescue operations in low-head dams is underway, after an independent committee presented its findings to Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamarudin.