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Home sharing should be legalised in Kota Kinabalu — Airbnb

Home sharing should be legalised in Kota Kinabalu — Airbnb

October 23, 2017

OCTOBER 23 — We refer to the Borneo Post article titled “Airbnb illegal in Sabah — lawyer” published online on October 15, 2017. Home sharing brings great benefits to Sabah, generating significant economic activity and promoting a new kind of tourism that benefits locals and diverse communities. In 2016 alone, 65,000 visitors to Sabah stayed in an Airbnb listing, choosing home sharing because they were looking for a more unique and authentic experience, and wanted to see... Read more

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