They were responding to the Tourism Ministry's decision to terminate all tourism MoUs and the state tourism councils.
It will not only have adverse effects on the industry but also the the national economy, they agreed.
Wong, a blogger , said the decision was "regrettable".
It would be foolhardy, she stressed, for the central government to continue sidelining Selangor as well as Penang, Perak, Kelantan and Kedah, which are all premier destinations.
"Selangor is one of the top destinations in the nation and the first stop for most international tourists," she said in a statement.
Wong said the State had been looking forward to work with the tourism ministry.
She said Selangor accounted for some 30 per cent of the national GDP and the move could jeopardise the national economy as well as the industry.
Yesterday, Minister Azalina Othman Said said all funds for tourism in the five opposition-ruled states would be directly channelled into the accounts of the states' Tourism Action Councils which will no longer be chaired by the State Executive Councillors in charge of tourism.
The RM1mil annual budget for each state which used to be channelled to the state financial officers when the states were ruled by the Barisan Nasional (BN), will from now on be channelled through federal funds.
Law described the move as "unwise" and urged the ministry to seriously reconsider it.
He said it would bring about a spiral-effect causing losses to the people and the whole industry in the country, including Barisan Nasional (BN) supporters.
"In the short term, it may affect Penang's tourism industry but in the long-term it will definitely affect the Malaysia's tourism industry," said Law.
(Source: The Sun online and The NST online)
When you punish these states, you are really punishing the people.
How to redeem Barisan Nasional like this?
It's akin to telling the rakyat (the Malay expression): "Hah, baru rasa sekarang."