M'sia hotel leaves encouraging messages for M'sians through hotel room lights

Adding some light to the situation. Literally.

Fasiha Nazren| April 06, 12:00 PM

The Malaysian government implemented a Movement Control Order (MCO) until April 14.

This means that its citizens, except for their frontline workers, will have to self-quarantine themselves and are not allowed to leave their homes.

Encouraging messages from hotel

While streets have been mostly empty, one hotel located in Selangor, Malaysia has been trying to literally brighten up the situation.

Since Mar. 25, Hotel Tenera has been leaving encouraging messages through its hotel rooms.

Here's a look at some of their creation:

<3 MCO

Photo via Hotel Tenera's Facebook page.

BE NICE

Photo via Hotel Tenera's Facebook page.

BE SAFE

Photo via Hotel Tenera's Facebook page.

FEEL OK?

Photo via Hotel Tenera's Facebook page.

Here's one dedicated to the Royal Malaysia Police.

They have been activated to enforce the MCO and ensure that their citizens remain at home at all times.

<3 POLIS

Photo via Hotel Tenera's Facebook page.

<3 ALL

Photo via Hotel Tenera's Facebook page.

Here's another one to show their appreciation to Malaysia's Ministry of Health, who have been fighting at the frontlines since the virus outbreak.

TQ KKM (Thank you Ministry of Health)

Photo via Hotel Tenera's Facebook page.

And this one was dedicated to food delivery riders who have been in demand and working hard since the MCO was implemented.

PADU ABG RIDER (Solid, Mr Rider) 

Photo via Hotel Tenera's Facebook page.

Impressive.

Top image from Hotel Tenera's Facebook page.