Penang saw over 27,000 tourists from Oct 11-19 after travel ban lifted

By TIN Media | Penang News Published 1 month ago on 22 October 2021
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PENANG:

A total of 27,059 people visited Penang in the period from October 11 to 19 after the interstate travel ban was lifted.

State Tourism and Creative Economy Committee chairman Yeoh Soon Hin said during the period, a total of 14 tourist destinations in Penang were identified as tourist hotspots.

“The Association of Tourism Attractions Penang (ATAP) lists the 14 locations involved as Bukit Bendera, Penang Bird Park, The Habitat, Audi Dream Farm, Tropical Spice Garden, Pinang Peranakan Mansion, The Top, Tropical Fruit Farm, Cheah Kongsi, Wonderfood Museum, Penang 3D Trick Art, Tech Dome, Monkeycup Garden and Dark Mansion,” he told reporters after the launch of the Responsible Tourism Guide Campaign here today.

A total of 27,059 people visited Penang in the period from October 11 to 19 after the interstate travel ban was lifted.

State Tourism and Creative Economy Committee chairman Yeoh Soon Hin said during the period, a total of 14 tourist destinations in Penang were identified as tourist hotspots.

“The Association of Tourism Attractions Penang (ATAP) lists the 14 locations involved as Bukit Bendera, Penang Bird Park, The Habitat, Audi Dream Farm, Tropical Spice Garden, Pinang Peranakan Mansion, The Top, Tropical Fruit Farm, Cheah Kongsi, Wonderfood Museum, Penang 3D Trick Art, Tech Dome, Monkeycup Garden and Dark Mansion,” he told reporters after the launch of the Responsible Tourism Guide Campaign here today.


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