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EDEN, Australia (Reuters) - Devastated by recent bushfires, parts of Australia's east coast where tourists can see migrating humpback whales are seeing an unexpected surge in demand as people venture to lesser known destinations closer to home during the coronavirus pandemic.
VALLETTA (Reuters) - Malta on Friday stopped passengers disembarking from the MSC Grandiosa cruise ship over a suspected case of COVID-19, Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli said.
IMUS, Philippines (Reuters) - With his black sports jacket, reflective aviator sunglasses and bespoke orange helmet with holes so his ears can stick out, Bogie the dog sure is one suave-looking canine, with an Easy Rider look that would earn him a place in any motorcycle gang.
STRATEGICALLY located amidst the natural splendour of Klang Valley’s southern growth corridor, Gamuda Cove is the backdrop for a growing range of recreational amenities, including its integrated Discovery Park and Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands nearby, as well as the upcoming Splashmania water park and Townsquare with a cosmopolitan vibe.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A suspected COVID-19 case aboard a "cruise-to-nowhere" from Singapore which forced the ship to return to dock and nearly 1,700 guests to isolate was a false alarm, the government said on Thursday.
KUNMING, Dec. 12 (Xinhua) -- Four Chinese patrol ships returned to Jingha Port in southwest China's Yunnan Province on Friday after completing the 100th Mekong River joint patrol led by China, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Staying overnight at an airport isn't unheard of, especially if you miss a flight. But choosing to spend your holidays there in a tent is something entirely different.
GEORGE TOWN: Penang Port Sdn Bhd (PPSB) has announced that it will provide two weeks of free ferry services to foot passengers beginning Jan 1,2021.
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.
PETALING JAYA: The Transport Ministry has come up with a detailed explanation to disprove claims that three out of four projects in Penang had been cancelled as a form of "political vengeance" against the state.