Sabah tourism players seek more financial assistance in Budget 2023

Sabah tourism players seek more financial assistance in Budget 2023

5 days ago

KOTA KINABALU: Tourism entrepreneurs in Sabah hope Budget 2023 will see larger allocations for tourism and another loan moratorium to help travel and tour operators who are struggling.

Sabah Tourism Association chairman Tony Chew said with tourism getting back to normal around the world, it’s time to boost the sector’s growth here. He added that Sabah is also hoping for a return to its status as one of the biggest contributors to the country’s tourism industry.

However, to achieve that, Chew said that industry players need financial assistance in the form of “friendly” loan packages.

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