State Housing, Local Government, and Tourism Committee chairman Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi said hotels in Perak have been received booking with a total of 7,736 reservations since the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) entered into force on June 10.
The government will ensure the tourists are following the prescribed standard operating procedure to avoid the spread of COVID-19 even though it was committed to attracting tourists to Perak.
“Indirectly, it can restore the confidence of tourists on the safety and health of their destinations in Perak," she told reporters after a working visit to the Lost World Of Tambun (LWOT).
Meanwhile, Nurul Nuzairi Mohd Azahari, the general manager of LWOT, said the water theme park is completely open to the public, with the management making several changes to ensure visitor health.
“They include checking the water quality every two hours to ensure the chlorine content in the water, which acts as an active ingredient against germs, is at normal level,” he added.
He said the price of the ticket remains the same, RM110 for kids and RM117 for adults. The park operates every day from 11 am to 11 pm except on Tuesdays.