INTERACTIVE: Can Malaysia regain its pre-pandemic tourism mojo?

Back again: Tourists (from left) Hannah Lins, Dennis Lins and Lori Lins from the US taking a wefie shot with the background of the Sultan Abdul Samad in Kuala Lumpur (11/6/2022). —AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

PETALING JAYA: With tourists flocking to Malaysia again following the re-opening of the country’s borders, many are hoping that the industry will quickly recover.

The closure of Malaysia's borders due to Covid-19 slowed tourism to a near standstill, with arrivals shrinking from 26.1 million in 2019 to 134,728 in 2021.

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