Covid-19: Stranded tourists in Malaysia staying put; feel safe under MCO

Canadian couple Greig and Wibowo, feel lucky to be stranded in Malaysia during the Covid-19 crisis rather than somewhere inaccessible. — STEVE GREIG & IVANA WIBOWO

Ken Döscher had been looking forward to his first trip to Malaysia. The business student from Germany had always been captivated by the country’s pristine nature, beautiful beaches and exciting cosmopolitan vibe.

But when Döscher, 28, finally made his anticipated sojourn to Malaysia in early March this year, he never expected to stay way past his intended holiday period.

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