The Langkawi International Maritime And Aerospace (LIMA) Exhibition was launched in 1991 and has become one of the most attractive shows within the maritime and aerospace industries across the region.
It has attracted the attention of tourists from all over the world to Malaysia with LIMA being the highlight of their travels. Even locals are flocking to the beautiful island of Langkawi to check out the exhibition.
According to Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu, as quoted by MalayMail,
“The success of the Langkawi Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2019 (LIMA’19) this time is a success of all parties involved.”
However, amid the awesomeness of the event, a Belgium tourist has highlighted a serious issue on his Facebook post by uploading a picture of a field near the exhibition area with rubbish thrown all over the place.
#lima19We come from far away, and this is my third LIMA.You have a fantastic island, even a paradise island.I have no…
Jean-Paul Lardinois has expressed his disappointment as some of the visitors are very inconsiderate when it comes to taking care of the environment. He wrote in his post,
“We come from far away, and this is my third LIMA. You have a fantastic paradise island. I have no lesson to give but here is the trace after a few days. Monday there was nothing. It is not difficult to put everything in a plastic bag and put it in the trash. Everyday I saw some incivilities. Continue to destroy your paradise.”
Malaysians, we are better than this. You don’t have to do much. You just need to throw your rubbish in the designated place. Let’s take care of our beloved country together OK?
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