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Bali's tourism industry is hoping for an uptick in business after Covid-19 social restrictions were eased for the resort island on Monday, with the government beginning to formulate plans to allow foreign travel to resume.
BEIJING (Reuters): China's southeastern province of Fujian, the focus of the country's latest Covid-19 outbreak, reported its fifth straight day of new local infections, though cases remained contained in three cities on the coast.
A LOCAL heritage association has discovered cave drawings it estimates to be between 2,500 and 4,000 years old in Gua Kanthan, Chemor in Ipoh, Perak.Several drawings on the walls and roof of the cave looked as though they had been made using dark charcoal and red colouring in the shape of boats, humans, the sun and animals.
A RESTAURANT operating on reserve land in the heart of Bukit Bintang has been demolished by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) during a three-day exercise to clean up the city centre.
SARAWAK’S state bird, the rhinoceros hornbill, features prominently at the charming Hornbill Restaurant and Cafe next to the main entrance of KL Bird Park.
BEIJING: China’s economy likely slowed further in August, with data on consumption, industrial output and investment due today to reveal the extent of the damage caused by an outbreak of the Delta variant.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Wind farm developer UPC Renewables announced on Friday (Sept 10) that construction would soon begin on a 150-megawatt wind farm in Sukabumi, West Java.
Spooked by pictures of large crowds, association reminds eco-tourism operators to follow Covid-19 SOPs
ALARMED by viral videos and photos of crowds at eco-tourist spots in Selangor over the past weekend, the Selangor Association of Travel and Tourism Agencies (Saffta) is reminding operators to ensure that Covid-19 precautions are fully implemented and adhered to.
In Perak, the Nature Art Festival (Nafas) returns with a hybrid programme to promote environmental awareness
SEREMBAN: Police have reminded the people to strictly follow all Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOP) following reports of huge crowds at popular tourist destinations in the state, especially in Port Dickson, in recent days.