Genting Malaysia Bhd has revealed that Resorts World Genting will increase its productivity and efficiency before Malaysia reopens its borders on April 1.
Malaysia.- Genting Malaysia has announced it will enhance Resorts World Genting’s operational capacity to increase productivity and efficiency before Malaysia’s borders reopen. Malaysia’s prime minister, Ismail Sabri Yaakob, announced yesterday that the country will fully reopen its borders for international travellers from April 1
Genting said it would leverage existing assets and optimise its cost base. It added that it would focus on a “progressive roll-out of the remaining attractions” at Genting SkyWorlds, the theme park that opened its doors on February 8. The MYR3.3bn (US$789m) park is seen as a possible crowd-puller for other Resorts World Genting facilities. It has nine themed worlds across 26 acres with 26 rides and attractions.
According to the casino operator, the reopening of borders will help it recover after the Covid-19 pandemic.
Genting Malaysia added: “Health and safety of guests, employees and the community remain a key priority”.
It’s estimated that visitor arrivals to Genting’s resort in Malaysia could increase to 23 million and 27 million people in the fiscal year 2022 and fiscal year 2023 respectively.