MIRI: World heritage site Mulu National Park and other attractions in Sarawak are back on the tourism market following the past year’s problems of connectivity.
International tour agencies operating more than 60,000 Global Distribution System terminals have restored the destinations in Sarawak onto their marketing list.
This follows news that MASWings would be taking over the rural air service sectors in Sarawak (and Sabah) from Oct 1.
“It is indeed very good news for our local tourism industry,” said Sarawak Tourism Board chief executive officer Gracie Geikie.
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