What are the best holiday options in Malaysia during recovery MCO?


Those with an affinity for nature and an adventurous streak should visit Fraser’s Hill. — Photos: Tourism Malaysia

After months of staying in the great indoors to curb the spread of Covid-19 and help flatten the curve, Malaysians can once again pack their bags and go on holidays around the country.

The domestic tourism sector has resumed under the recovery movement control order (MCO) period, which is expected to last until Aug 31. Under this phase, interstate travel – which includes flights and ferry services – is allowed once again, with standard safety measures put in place at all entrance and exit points.

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