Why Malaysians should go local for the school holidays


Do you know how to fly the wau? This holiday season, take some time to learn from the masters. — Filepic

We all need a break, especially this year. A break from work, friends, social media, even from our own family sometimes.

Thankfully, interstate and inter-district travel restrictions have eased in Malaysia, and we are now able to take that well-deserved break – just in time for the year-end school holiday season, too.

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