Why is it so important for Malaysians to travel local post Covid-19?


A farmer pushing her bicycle to harvest her paddy field in Kampung Skuduk, Predawn about 70km from Kuching, Sarawak. Malaysia is home to many beautiful sights. - ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE/ THE STAR

The spread of the coronavirus around the world has taken the joy out of travelling. Although we gladly put all our holiday plans on hold, there is really no clear indication of when we can safely pack our bags and go on our next adventure.

Still, those with wanderlust are taking it all in their stride, using the extended period at home to either reminisce past holidays or just go on virtual holidays to prepare for future trips.

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