ISKANDAR PUTERI: Singaporean visitors who were keen on spending a relaxing time in Malaysia were disappointed with the slow traffic flow at the Second-Link here.
Despite leaving Singapore as early as 7.30am, the group who boarded a tour bus to visit Melaka had to wait for over four hours for immigration clearance at the Malaysia checkpoint, said tour guide Henry Gomez.
“They were frustrated not only because of the long wait but also as they could see that public and factory buses were given priority at the immigration clearance while tour buses were told to make way.
“It is extremely unfair and could also tarnish the reputation of our tourism industry to visitors who are looking forward to spending their time in Malaysia.
“The authorities should not allow this to continue,” he told The Star.
Gomez, who was the guide on board with some 11 passengers from Singapore said that only one out of the…