PETALING JAYA: Pelangai in Pahang, which is wealthy in agricultural assets corresponding to durian, will be developed into a preferred agrotourism vacation spot, as former assemblyman Johari Harun had envisioned, mentioned Barisan Nasional candidate Amizar Abu Adam.
Azmi, from Felda Chemomoi, desires to proceed the legacy of Johari, who died within the aircraft crash close to Bandar Elmina in Shah Alam on Aug 17.
He mentioned Pelangai’s location alongside the primary path to Negeri Sembilan, Johor and Kuala Lumpur is a helpful asset.
“We now have distinctive durians in Pelangai. There may be land for farming that we will additionally proceed to discover.
“We wish to develop a tourism hotspot the place guests can go to palm plantations, eat durian, and see for themselves what it’s wish to be a ‘pioneer’, studying how you can harvest palm fruits.
“I’ve mentioned this earlier than with Johari. Our visions are the identical,” he mentioned on the “Legasi Pelangai” discuss present programme on Fb.
Amizar mentioned the event of homestays and eating places will enhance the native economic system for Pelangai’s residents.
“I’m assured that Pelangai can turn out to be a gorgeous vacation spot with numerous merchandise,” he mentioned.
The Oct 7 by-election for the Pelangai state seat will see a three-cornered battle amongst Amizar, Perikatan Nasional’s Kasim Samat and impartial candidate Haslihelmy DM Zulhasli.
Within the fifteenth basic election final November, Umno assemblyman and Pahang exco member Johari received the seat with a majority of 4,048 votes, defeating Kasim, Pakatan Harapan’s Ahmed Wafiuddin Shamsuri and Isa Ahmad of Pejuang.