6 neighbouring cities for Malaysians to (re)visit on a short-haul flight

The Xpark aquarium has a collection of 30,000 fish from more than 300 species! — Photos: Handout

Despite the lockdowns that most countries faced, new and exciting places have popped up – pandemic be damned – whether these be restaurants, malls, places of interest, and even hotels.

While Malaysians are happy that overseas travel is finally allowed, sentiments remain cautious, so most of us are not likely to venture too far just yet. Plus, there are not too many destinations at the moment that would allow Malaysians to enter without restrictions or conditions.

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