Malaysian tabletop games to enjoy at home during the Covid-19 quarantine

'Kaki Lima' let’s you go truly local and explore George Town’s historical ‘five foot ways’ from the comfort of your home. Photo: Kaki Lima

In recent years, local card and board games have been steadily gaining popularity, and they look a good bet now to keep bored Malaysians at home occupied as the nation waits out the Covid-19 quarantine.

Such tabletop games, conversely, are inherently built to bring people together (in their own homes, for now) and foster unity and camaraderie.

Who can forget gathering around a table to play a game of Monopoly, Cluedo or Uno with family and friends?

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