Balingian hotel to benefit residents

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BALINGIAN: Balingian is poised to undergo a facelift with the construction of a hotel here soon. Prior to this, it only offers room rental business.

Balingian assemblyman Abdul Yakub Arbi along with Abdul Malik, a representative of the Balingian Subdistrict Office and the implementing agency, paid a visit to the site of the proposed Balingian Hotel project yesterday.

According to Abdul Yakub, this project is another step towards development that would benefit the people of Balingian and beyond.

Balingian’s residents are thrilled to be able to help influence development in the Balingian constituency under Abdul Yakub’s leadership.

Abdul Yakub and the residents of Balingian also thanked the Sarawak Premier for approving the funding for this project.

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