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JOHOR BARU: The Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH) Johor chapter wants the public to be wary of staying at illegal lodgings to avoid problems that may occur, especially in terms of safety.
MAN’S search for the new and unique is never ending. It goes beyond the four walls into space travel. Neither their pursuit for gains and rewards.
The home-sharing market is poised to become a lot more competitive, following news that the world's largest hotel company, Marriott International, is entering the fray.
PETALING JAYA: Given that Airbnb or homestay has become a global trend, the authorities should introduce rules and regulations that are in line with the trend, says Friends of Kota Damansara chairman Jeffrey Phang.
PETALING JAYA: His residential unit is located on the lower levels of the block near KL Sentral. Due to the hubbub, he could not find a long-term tenant. But when it was listed on Airbnb, it became a hit thanks to its strategic location.
PETALING JAYA: There are over 31,900 listings in Malaysia on Airbnb, with the annual median host income averaging RM4,725.
The Internet has made it easier for homeowners to rent out their properties, but it comes at a price.
EXCLUSIVE: MALACCA: They are cripples, with their faces disfigured. They beg for money from the many Malaysian and foreign tourists who throng this historic city. And they are also part of a huge organised gang run by two brothers from China.
GEORGE TOWN: The owner of a condominium unit who allegedly collected rent from tenants on a daily basis has been slapped with a RM250 fine by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP).
HOMESHARING hosts are urging the state government and Penang Island City Council (MBPP) to regulate short-term rental operations.