KUCHING: Sarawak will go on a roadshow in Singapore this year to promote itself as a destination for the Malaysia My Second Home programme.
State Housing Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg said the state had built houses in the RM300,000 price range, which were targeted for foreign ownership.
“We will encourage Singaporeans to own houses here. This will also help to promote the state’s tourism and stimulate its economic growth,” he said at the ministry’s media appreciation dinner at Grand Margherita Hotel on Friday.
The ministry, he said, would be working together with the Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers Association on the roadshow.
Johari said Sarawak would also try to attract Singaporean construction companies into building homes targeted for foreign ownership in the state.
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