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Malaysia has a long list of national and state parks, and forest reserves, though the ones in Sabah and Sarawak are more popular, especially among international tourists.
Like the tulips blooming on Park Avenue, tourists are finally returning to New York City’s once desolate streets.
The global wellness tourism sector is beginning to see a bit of a resurgence these days. As many borders are still closed, people spend more time exploring their own cities and neighbourhoods, and pampering sessions at spas, retreats and wellness centres have become part of the local holiday experience.
Following a strict protocol, passengers had their temperatures taken, were tested for Covid-19 and completed a health questionnaire before being allowed on board.
When the Vietnam borders reopen to foreign travellers, it will be much easier to find the resources to build a trip that respects the environment and local communities, thanks to an online tool.
With social distancing now the new norm across Europe to avoid any fresh outbreaks, there has been a shift in thinking about holidays, with a recent survey showing 90% of Spaniards would remain in Spain rather than travelling abroad.
The “Sia Sitok Sarawak” campaign will allow locals and non-Sarawakians residing in the state with work permits to experience and enjoy the beauty of Sarawak at discounts of up to 50%.
There are many types of cruises available around the world, and each variety comes with different vessel sizes too. While most of the large cruise ships today remain at port, unable to sail – probably for quite some time – travellers do have other cruising options.
It’s time for the cruise industry to reassess their health and safety standards in the wake of the new world that undoubtedly awaits travellers at the end of this Covid-19 pandemic.
While the passengers have headed home, the journey drags on for tens of thousands of crew members who are stranded at sea aboard their vessels, with no end in sight.