Getting Malaysians to see Malaysia from a tourist's perspective


A daycation or workcation is a great way for Malaysians to break away from the routine of working from home amid the pandemic. — Photos: Four Points Sheraton

Travellers are likely to take holidays closer to home once the pandemic subsides. Throughout the world, tourism businesses have seen an uptick of inbound visitors travelling from a nearby town, city or state.

It’s a trend that Malaysia is primed to tap into, say travel experts. Malaysians are spoilt for choice when it comes to the things that they can see and do at the many holiday destinations within the country.

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