Covid-19: Travel in the time of coronavirus and movement control order


An information board at KLIA displaying cancelled flights after the Malaysian government closed its borders on March 18. — LIM HUEY TENG/Reuters

A trip to paradise became a nightmare in transit for international traveller Liam Barry when he found himself stranded at KLIA2.

The Briton was supposed to fly from Bali (Indonesia) to Siem Reap (Cambodia) via KL. But while in KL, he – along with his mother and partner – found out that all flights to Cambodia had been cancelled as a Covid-19 preventive measure.

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