Many Malaysian shops, eateries to remain open during Chinese New Year

28/1/2022 3:05:00 AM

Many Malaysian shops, eateries to remain open during Chinese New Year

https://str.sg/wdSVPETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Unlike past Chinese New Year celebrations, some businesses in Malaysia are now extending their operating hours to cater to last-minute customers as well as to recoup losses from previous coronavirus-related lockdowns.

With the festive season fast approaching, business owners said some people have yet to find the time to shop due to work commitments and would be making 11th hour preparations.Selangor and Kuala Lumpur Ku Su Shin Choong Hung Restaurants Association chairman Lum Tuck Loy said some of its members have chosen to remain open throughout the festive period.

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I liked visiting the restaurant ,but hassle to go .thank