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Hotels in Langkawi Now Giving Up To 70% Discount After Travel Industry Hit by Coronavirus Fear

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It is without a doubt that cheap prices on anything and everything are Malaysians’ constant go-to. In fact, the lower the better. However, since the dawn of the Covid-19 coronavirus, in spite low fares and charges, the travel industry in particular has taken a sucker punch to the gut. Airlines, hotels, and the travel industry in general have suffered a brutal drop in sales.

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Source: mic.com

That being said, we can now be more than thrilled, because thanks to Covid-19, a hotel stay at Langkawi Island, Malaysia is on a 30%-70% discount, according to this report by Malay Mail!

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Source: Giphy

According to Rahmat, vice president of Kedah/Perlis Branch of Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH), this step has been taken as a means to cushion the decline of tourist arrivals and the cancellation of bookings by many. In order to spice things up, Rahmat also informed the public that the promotion, which can be seen on websites and social media, will be available until further notice for three-star and above hotels. This means that a RM250 stay would now only cost RM150!

Corona, For Better Or For Worse: Hotels In Langkawi Up To 70% Off! - World Of Buzz

Source: agoda.com

To further assure the public, he noted just how safe the island is for visitation, especially after hosting Le Tour De Langkawi 2020. 

Since the epidemic, this would seem to be a breath of fresh air for all. The prices would not only help consumers financially, but be able to provide the security they need to let loose and relax, as well as cater to the grave needs of local businesses during this extremely hard time. Nevertheless, one should of course proceed with caution, because you never know with a deadly disease floating just beyond the horizon.

 

Also read: Japan Airlines is Giving Away 50,000 FREE Air Tickets to International Tourists in Feb 2020

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