Go on virtual tours of Malaysia from your own home

A rescued sun bear at the Borneo Sun Bear Conservation Center in Sandakan, Sabah. You can learn more about these bears via a virtual safari hosted by the centre. — CHIEW LIN MAY

A virtual tour is far from the real thing but that does not mean it can’t be enjoyable. Some licensed tour guides in Malaysia have been giving virtual tours of well-loved destinations around the country, and they are worth checking out.

On Explore Malaysia Virtually (https://exploremalaysiavirtually.com/), visitors can join live virtual excursions with real tour guides, or choose to watch recorded segments.

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