Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Sabah needs another 6,000 hotel rooms

SANDAKAN: Sabah still needs some 6,000 hotel rooms to cope with the increasing number of tourists to the state.

Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Masidi Manjun the government is encouraging the construction of especially four to five-star seaside resort to meet the demand.

“We are also encouraging the provision of home-stay accommodations which would help resolve the shortage of rooms and to generate economic activities in the rural areas,” he said after officiating at the opening of the Ease Boutique Hotel here on Sunday.

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