Are Our Tourist Spot Clean?

By | October 19, 2010

Are Our Tourist Spot Clean?

October 19, 2010
Malaysia, education

Yeap, that is the message form Tourism Minister Dato’ Seri Ng Yen Yen for Green Clean Malaysia. As clean tourism spot is essential to the Industry, Tourism Ministry has setup an online campaign for us to post it up.

Post what? Post any discoveries of tourism places that need more cleaning activities. This is also part of Think Tourism Act Tourism by the Tourism Ministry.

While the purpose is to highlight the ‘not clean’ area, you also can post excellent Tourism Spot at the website Hall of Fame. All the report post are accessible for all.

As the post was written, these are few example of Hall for Improvement at the website:

Kampung Berserah and K.Tanjung Lumpur
very dirty and there’s r big mosquito family serounding the whole village.

Pantai Teluk Kemang, Port Dickson
Pantai Teluk Kemang is littered with thrash. Shameful.

central market
I am writing to bring to your attention, the disgraceful state in which the approach from Leboh Pasar Besar by the bridge to the Central Market

Well you can make the difference by posting at the 1Malaysia Green Clean here.

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