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Budget hotels face stern action for vice activities

BUDGET hotels in Selangor risk immediate closure and revocation of their business licences if the local authorities discover that the premises are being used for vice activities.

Budget hotels work together in preparation for Visit Malaysia 2020

Budget hotels are urged to be united and work together in preparation for Visit Malaysia 2020, during a recent press conference jointly organised by the Malaysia Budget Hotel Association (MyBHA) and the SME Association of Malaysia.

10 Klang Valley budget hotels that are near tourist attractions

These budget hotels in Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya and Shah Alam are close enough to tourist attractions and shopping venues.

Sibu’s budget hotels looking at new ways to remain competitive

SIBU: In their efforts to stay afloat in the present economic environment, budget hotels here have revised their business strategy.

Budget hotels fully booked

KUALA LUMPUR: Budget hotels in Chinatown, which is one of the closest to Dataran Merdeka, are a hit with Bersih 4 protesters. Many were fully booked.

Budget hotels are good if they serve their purpose

OVER the past one year, budget hotels have been gradually mushrooming in Selangor especially in commercial centres near housing areas.

MPSJ to set conditions to license budget hotels

The Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) has come up with a set of conditions that will allow it to issue licences to 10 unlicensed budget hotels that are currently operating in the municipality.

Legitimate chance for budget hotels

UNLICENSED budget hotels will be offered help in obtaining a valid operating licence before Visit Malaysia Year 2020.

Increase in budget hotels in the city is bad news for traditional operators

BUDGET hotels have mushroomed around Ipoh of late.

Making room for budget hotels

Budget hotel owners in the city are facing difficulties in meeting building safety requirements to qualify for full licences but Kuala Lumpur City Hall is determined to help them as part of its efforts to legalise all unlicensed businesses.