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MELAKA: Hard hit by the second movement control order, hotels here are coming up with new attractions - honeymoon packages - to entice holidaymakers and generate some revenue in order to sustain its operations.
IPOH: The ban on interstate travel has led to a much quieter mood at the city’s famous eateries and tourist spots.
IPOH: The Perak state government is expecting five million domestic tourists to visit the state this year, says Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohamed Radzi.
PETALING JAYA: The Covid-19 pandemic, which infected millions internationally, causing unprecedented border closures and travel restrictions, has left the tourism and travel sector in shambles around the world.
KUALA BERANG: One million tourists are being targeted for Visit Kenyir Year 2021.
GEORGE TOWN: As the world bids farewell to 2020 on New Year’s Eve, many Penangites took the last ferry plying the Penang channel before the iconic Penang Ferry Service retires on Jan 1.
PARIS (Reuters) - France was not planning local lockdown measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 for now, the government's spokesman said on Wednesday, although he dampened hopes for a quick reopening of cultural attractions and said curfews could be tightened.
GEORGE TOWN: Former chief minister Lim Guan Eng’s statement is not in line with his sister’s remarks in Dewan Negara, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
BUTTERWORTH: With deft brush strokes, 15 artists here captured the scenes of ferries in motion as their way of saying farewell.“Times must change and these old ferries need to be replaced. Our drawings will help preserve the memories, ” said Osman Saidin, 71.
GEORGE TOWN: Transport Minister Dr Wee Ka Siong has taken Lim Guan Eng to task for trying to characterise the upgrading of Penang's ferry service on New Year's Day as a "cancellation" of the service.