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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.

Budget hotels cry foul over rates

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

Illegal hotels to face the music

THE Seberang Prai Municipal Council (MPSP) will take action against unlicensed hotel operators in the municipality once the three-year legalisation programme for them expires on Oct 31.

Action to be taken against illegal hotels on Penang island from Nov 1

Penang Local Government Committee chairman Chow Kon Yeow said the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) would carry out the enforcement action once the three-year legalisation programme for such hotels expires on Oct 31.

Explore lung-cleansing trail atop Penang Hill

DESIGNED with the idea of putting nature first, The Habitat atop Penang Hill offers visitors a variety of activities which bring them close to nature.

Riders’ parking woes an uphill battle Cycling encouraged but designated spots to chain their bikes insufficient

PENANG Island City Council (MBPP) is a well-oiled machine when it comes to enforcement.

Unlicensed hotel operators to pay the price for missing deadline

HOTELS or motels under the moratorium list for unlicensed hotels which have yet to obtain a temporary operating permit or apply for one, will have to pay triple the amount for their temporary permits for the new term from Nov 1 to next year on Oct 31.

Council closes in on two more illegal hotels

ANOTHER two unlicensed hotels in George Town had their signboards torn down, illegal structures demolished and items such as mattresses and television sets seized in a crackdown on illegal hotels by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP).

SMC urged to act against illegal hotels

SIBU: It’s better late than never. That was the response from Sarawak Central Region Hotel Association chairman Johnny Wong on Sibu Municipal Council’s (SMC) intended action to wipe out illegal hotels in town.