What will 'sanitised travel' look like for Malaysians after the pandemic?

There are safety measures, such as temperature screening, to curb Covid-19. - Photos: AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

With citizens all over the world practising social distancing and re-evaluating their holiday plans in the future, travelling in the age of Covid-19 is set to change as we know it.

But for those passionate about discovering exotic beaches or trekking lush nature trails, they might still want to pursue that wanderlust – coronavirus or not. This has paved way for "sanitised travel", the idea of maintaining health and safety measures throughout a journey.

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