Yap, Uzaidi and Koh say the tourism sector will receive a shot in the arm with the lifting pf the travel ban and the upcoming holidays.
Apple Vacations chairman Datuk Seri Lee Ee Hoe said the travel agency had always upheld these values — to be unyielding and courageous in the face of trials.
KUALA LUMPUR: With the tourism sector yet to recover from the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic, the boss of a local travel agency has decided to diversify and innovate its core operations.
Surrounded by the sea on all sides with towering mountains in the middle, Shikoku has its share of natural marvels that you should not miss.
Even this remains to be seen as both the Japanese government and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) are still discussing whether to go ahead with the event.
Apple Vacations is challenging itself to find alternative sources of income while still aiming to be the top choice for travellers once the industry recovers.
Apple Vacations founder Datuk Seri Lee Ee Hoe turns crisis into opportunity by switching to selling imported high-end fruits as nations across the world impose lockdown measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leaders of some countries have taken cue from him, tearing up their societies and setting the world ablaze.
The ignorance of these people has indirectly set the undeclared “World War III” into action.
Helping hand: Wong showing ker kaya rolls as Koh looks on.
Holidaymakers can expect hotels to churn out special celebration offers ranging from room rate discounts to food and beverage deals and even gifts for the upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations.