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Posted: 01 Aug 2014 | 6:00 am
Road trips between Singapore and Malaysia are set to become more expensive for cars from the Lion City venturing north over the causeway.
A vehicle entry permit will be implemented by the end of the year which is expected to be substantial.
Earlier this year Singapore adopted a road tax for Malaysian vehicles coming south.
For tourism the move will perhaps only encourage more people to take to the low-cost airline carriers and travel further abroad.
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