More applying to make Sarawak their second home post-border closure
Khoo Gek San
Updated 7 months ago ·
Published on 21 Aug 2022 7:00AM ·
THE Sarawak My Second Home (S-MM2H) programme, which was launched in 2020, received more than 200 applications in the first three months of the year, agents said.
Because the programme was launched during the Covid-19 pandemic, enquiries were slow to come in. Interest is reported to have peaked now that the borders have reopened.
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