First batch of tourists arrives in Langkawi under travel bubble


Tourists arrive at the airport as Langkawi reopens to domestic tourists, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Malaysia September 16, 2021. - Reuters

LANGKAWI: Malaysia Airlines flight MH1432, carrying the first batch of fully-vaccinated tourists from Kuala Lumpur, landed safely at Langkawi International Airport here at about 10.40am on Thursday (Sept 16).

The Boeing 737-800 carrier transporting 159 passengers was the first flight to arrive under the travel bubble project by the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry.

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