The perennial issue of long lines at Kuala Lumpur International Airport’s immigration counters seems to persist despite Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Tiong King Sing calling for a faster process.
An overseas traveller, who only wanted to be identified as TH, told Malaysiakini that he had to wait for over an hour at the immigration checkpoint today after travelling from Jakarta, Indonesia.
“I landed here at 3.30pm. The queue (at immigration) took about an hour,” he said.
TH added that he had only passed the immigration checkpoint around...