More M’sians opt for cuti-cuti Malaysia

Going local: A view of Mount Kinabalu in Kundasang, Sabah. In an effort to boost local tourism, MATTA is hosting its first-ever domestic version of the popular travel fair on April 4 and 5. — Bernama

PETALING JAYA: With the school holidays around the corner, more Malaysian families are travelling within the country and postponing overseas travel amid the Covid-19 outbreak.

Entrepreneur Eileen Cheah, 42, said the global health scare had turned her attention towards local attractions in the country when planning for family holidays.

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