RM206m spent to upgrade Mersing’s infrastructure, facilities
KUALA LUMPUR: The East Coast Economic Region Development Council (ECERDC) has spent RM206 million to upgrade infrastructure and facilities in Mersing and its coastal islands to support tourism-related activities.
In a statement yesterday, its CEO Datuk Seri Jebasingam Issace John, said all these initiatives will enhance Mersing’s public infrastructure and boost its position as a regional tourism hub.
“Mersing and its surrounding islands are wellpositioned to become a great eco-tourism attraction, in line with the ‘Rainforest to Reef’ concept which seamlessly links all products, assets and development from the EndauRompin National Park to the world class beaches, islands and reefs off the coast of Mersing,” he said. – Bernama