KUALA LUMPUR: The tourism industry in Melaka is gradually returning to normal, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Sulaiman Md Ali.
He said based on the hotel occupancy in the state, travelers are seen returning to Melaka amidst the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO).
Sulaiman said between June and December this year, a total of 43,000 rooms in the state had been reserved.
“I am saying that the tourism industry and activities are picking up with the presence of domestic travelers,” he told reporters after a visit to Balai Berita, here, today.
Present were Melaka state Secretary Datuk Seri Dr Hasim Hasan, Media Prima Berhad (MPB) group chairman Datuk Dr Syed Hussian Aljunid, MPB group managing director Datuk Iskandar Mizal Mahmood, New Straits Times group editor (GE) Ahmad Lokman Mansor, Berita