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Khairy Confirms Staff At 56 Hotels In Pahang Vaccinated

"In Pahang, the State CITF had decided to give the vaccine to workers in the tourism sector involving 56 hotels in Kuantan, Genting Highlands, Cameron Highlands, Jerantut, Raub, Mentakab, Bentong, Bukit Tinggi, and Fraser Hill. The decision to administer these vaccines were made when the Pahang state had given finished first doses of vaccines (while waiting for time to pass before giving the second) to all recipients listed in the […]

today28 April 2021

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M’sian Returnees Cry Foul Over Subang Hotel’s Terrible Food & Living Conditions

The PUS, who only wishes to be known as Jack, saidΒ the entire 14-day stay in the Subang Jaya hotel costs a whopping RM2,100 - or RM150 per day.Β In comparison, Jack said five-star hotel Grand Millennium charges only RM130 per day."So our question is why do we have to pay the same RM150 per night just to suffer when Grand Millennium is charging RM130 per night. Some other five-star... Click here […]

today3 August 2020

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2 Ways To Find Hidden Cameras In Your Airbnb And Hotel Room

Air vents, wall sockets, tissue boxes, screws, plants, clocks, and shampoo bottles are a few of the places that might have a hidden camera.According to the report, hidden cameras have a special coating that will reflect a green or blue glare if light shines upon... Click here to read the full article. Source:

today12 July 2020

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9 ‘Old’ Heritage Buildings In Malaysia That Were Transformed Into Cosy Boutique Hotels

Clove Hall is a charming Edwardian Anglo-Malay bungalow located in a quiet neighbourhood in Penang. Built on the site of a former colonial plantation, Clove Hall is filled with architectural features such as, verandahs, high ceilings, and tall windows with plenty of sunlight streaming in.The hotel is made up of six individual suites that have wooden floors, four poster beds, mosquito... Click here to read the full article. Source:

today10 July 2020

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Health Certificates Could Be The First Step To Revive The COVID-Affected Domestic Tourism

The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) president Tan Kok Liang mentioned during an online forum organised by the firm in collaboration with The Star Media Group that the key to the recovery of tourism is to strengthen the confidence to travel among the consumers.Several countries outside Malaysia have kick-started or working on various measures to revive tourism... Click here to read the full article. Source:

today6 June 2020