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Caving enthusiasts are spoilt for choice as there are many amazing cave systems in Malaysia. The cave systems here cater to both beginners as well as more experienced explorers.
Sustainable travel practices can actually make holidays more memorable and meaningful.
In Germany where a second wave of coronavirus infections is surging, ski officials are responding with strict rules to avoid an outbreak at their resorts.
The Selangor State Government, via Tourism Selangor, has introduced a domestic tourism promotion campaign – 'Nak Bercuti? Pusing Selangor Dulu!'
From the foot of the Langjokull glacier, signs have been erected showing the ice line of every 20 years since 1940 – a reminder of how quickly the glacier is thinning.
The tourism industry may be one of the worst-hit sectors during the pandemic but tourist guides in Malaysia are doing their best, either reinventing their business, upskilling themselves or finding work in other sectors.
A recovery plan to revive the pandemic-hit tourism industry in Malaysia has been revealed by the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry.
Surrounded by mature trees, this house in Kuching, Sarawak embraces its natural surroundings while embodying a permeable design.
With no travellers to chaperone, many tourist guides have been forced to take up other jobs. These include working as security guards, e-hailing drivers and doing online marketing.
Decaying Pakistani mansions once home to Bollywood superstars are being brought back to life.