THE TOURISM Ministry will capitalise on tourism potential in the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE), said Urban Development and Tourism Minister Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh in his winding-up speech yesterday.
He explained that SCORE between Tanjong Manis and Similajau and the interior of the central region offers a wide range of tourism products.
He said the extensive physical infrastructure that comes with the development of SCORE provided a good platform for creation of tourism businesses like hotels, resorts and river cruises.
He added that a detailed study would be carried out to uncover the full tourism potential of the corridor.
“In keeping up with the pace of the Internet, my ministry is embarking on a project to develop a comprehensive e-tourism portal to address the needs of the tourism industry,” said Wong.
The portal will include a database of information on the whole range of tourism products and players; interface system to enable global access and reach; and an e-commerce engine that enables online transactions.
On the same note, he said that the Sarawak Tourism Board would also be revamped to make it user friendly and interactive.
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