Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Sarawak tour industry set for revival

MIRI: International tour operators in Britain have started reinstating Sarawak and world heritage site Mulu National Park into their holiday packages – after a hiatus of almost a year due to uncertainties over availability of local flights.

The move by MASWings to take over the rural air service from Fly Asian Xpress (FAX) has already sparked hopes of a revival for the tour industry in the state, said Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) chief executive officer Gracie Geikie.

“We (STB) have received news that a major tour operator based in Britain has already reinstated Sarawak and Mulu into its international tour packages for Asia.

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