6 road tips for a smooth journey back to your hometown for CNY


Driving back to your home town or home state this festive season? Make sure you are well prepared for the road trip. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

After a quiet Chinese New Year last year, Malaysians will get to "balik kampung" during this year's festive period.

National Unity Minister Datuk Halimah Mohamed Sadique recently announced that the country will be observing standard operating procedures under Phase Four of the National Recovery Plan. As interstate travel is allowed, Malaysians will get to return to their respective hometowns or home states.

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