Vice-chairman of the Langkawi Hire Car Owners and Drivers Association, Mohd Adnan Md Salleh said the move was being made as the terminal was the focus of travellers as it was located in the heart of Kuah town.
"It is hoped that the Langkawi Municipal Council can assist in providing public toilets and planting flowers," he said after the handing over of two 'pondok wakaf' of public shelters costing RM20,000 donated by the Langkawi Member of Parliament Datuk Paduka Abu Bakar Taib to the association, here Sunday.
Mohd Adnan said the two public shelters would give comfort to the tourists while waiting for the taxis besides giving shade to taxi drivers.
There are1,000 taxis operating in Langkawi.
Well continuous shall be made to ensure improvement the status of Langkawi as a tourist attraction. I applause the continuous effort by the MP & all people involve.