Malaysians can plan 'Cuti-Cuti Malaysia' with these special travel itineraries


Get away from the city with a holiday at Malaysia's many breathtaking islands. Photos: Tourism Malaysia

After months of travel bans and restrictions, Malaysians are finally allowed to travel within the country. On June 7, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced that the country will be going through the recovery movement control order (MCO) from June 10 to Aug 31. Under the recovery MCO, interstate travel will be allowed, effectively opening up the domestic tourism sector in Malaysia.

National carrier Malaysia Airlines, as well as AirAsia and Malindo have also announced that they will gradually increase their domestic flight frequencies, to meet the demands of customers who are itching to return to their hometowns or just go somewhere for a long-awaited holiday.

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