MCO: Go on a 'holiday' with online experiential tours

You can "travel" virtually during the Covid-19 crisis by taking up an international cooking class online and learn to cook foreign cuisine. - Airbnb

Travel companies that focus on experiential tours are going virtual to keep wanderlust in check during the Covid-19 pandemic and the movement control order (MCO) in Malaysia.

Homegrown travel marketplace LokaLocal for one, has adopted new strategies during this period of no travel.

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