DOT reiterates call: Follow, respect environmental laws
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The Department of Tourism (DOT) reiterated its call to Chinese travel tour operators to follow environmental laws in the world-famous island. “We urged the different tour operators in China to tell their respective clients to adhere to environmental laws,” said DOT secretary Bernadette Puyat on Friday. According to the Malay Municipal Tourism Office, Chinese and South Koreans posted the largest number of tourist arrivals in Boracay from April 14 to 19 this year.
Aguirre, J. (2019, April 28). DOT reiterates call: Follow, respect environmental laws. Panay News, p. 9.
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