Unable to return home, Malaysian man tours China on his motorbike


By BK OOI

The writer (right) and his friend visited the village with the same round-shaped houses seen in the movie Mulan. — Photos: BK OOI



“Motorcycle touring” is becoming a big trend in tourism, especially in China, though the country’s rules on motorcycles in its major cities can be quite strict.

With the pandemic, one can see a big change in the lifestyles and spending habits of the people here, be it locals or expatriates like myself. These days, people are willing to spend a whole lot more money on activities they enjoy doing or have always wanted to do, like touring around the country on their bikes (bicycles or motorbikes).

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