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PETALING JAYA: The government has to act quickly in addressing problems about illegal hotels, says Malaysian Association of Hotel Owners executive director Shaharuddin M. Saaid.
GEORGE TOWN: Billed by Unesco as “a living testimony to the multi-cultural heritage of Asia and Europe”, the popular George Town World Heritage Site is unfortunately seeing a resurgence of illegal hotels with questionable fire safety.
BE nice. Buy fruits for your guests or colouring books for their kids and potentially make RM8,000 or more each month renting your apartment or house to short-stay tourists.
LANGKAWI: Tourists must start paying a tourism promotion fee starting July 1 when they check into hotels here.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Island City Council will clamp down on unlicensed hotel operators starting next week.
SIBU: The operators of illegal “bilik sewa” or room for rent type of cheap accommodation will finally have to face action by the authority concerned.
SIBU: Looking for a cheap place to stay? There is plenty here.
OPPOSITION Leader Datuk Jahara Hamid (BN - Teluk Air Tawar) has urged the state government to look into a report which said Penang has 200 sex hotspots.
ALL the 138 illegal hotels in Penang have been urged to apply for a licence.
KUCHING: The law needs to be changed to better regulate unlicensed hotels across Sarawak, according to the Kuching City South Council (MBKS).