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KUANTAN: Pahang is banking on tourists who had to cancel their trips to China in view of Covid-19 coming for a holiday to the state instead.
SEREMBAN City Council’s (MBS) decision to charge for parking at the wet market on weekends and public holidays has drawn mixed reactions, with half of them crying foul.Homemaker Maggie Lee, in her 30s, said it was unfair for market visitors to have to pay parking fees on those days when motorists who park in the rest of the city are exempted.
KUANTAN: There are only 350 homestay operators in the state who have registered their premises with local authorities.
JOHOR BARU: Tourism industry players in Johor hope the government can help boost domestic tourism which has been affected by Covid-19 outbreak.
MAHATMA Gandhi’s famous quote, “Be the change you wish to see in the world” is truly appropriate when it comes to how we deal with our waste.
PENANG Development Corporation (PDC) will look into changing its ways and management operations from this year, said general manager Datuk Mohd Bazid Abd Kahar.
KUANTAN: The recent announcement of a remission in quit rent rate by up to 80% in the industrial category comes as a relief to landowners in the state.
APPLICATION for Ramadan bazaar lots in Jalan Taiping in Klang and nearby areas is open for registration until Feb 28.
THE Chinese New Year open house organised by Negri Sembilan MCA saw a large multiracial crowd turning up at the Moi Kong Association Hall in Seremban to usher in the Year of the Rat.
THE journey for a cashless Malaysia took a big step forward with the launch of the government’s e-Tunai Rakyat initiative.