Malaysian travellers hope to travel abroad safely in 2022

Couple Mohamad Hakimi and Nur Farhana hope to pursue their wanderlust safely this year. — MOHAMAD HAKIMI & NUR FARHANA

Travelling before Covid-19 had been easy. Granted, there are flight arrangements, hotel bookings and other reservations to make. You might also constantly feel the need to double- or triple-check that your passport and other important documents are packed before heading for the airport.

But all these worries pale in comparison to the restrictions that travellers have to face in a post-pandemic world.

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