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Tourism stakeholders in Malaysia want the government to be more proactive in sustaining the travel and hospitality sector.
Although Covid-19 is the main medical emergency now, we need to remember that other diseases like cancer still need to be managed.
The Nipah virus disease outbreak in 1998 was successfully contained, but this infectious disease has not actually gone away.
The Terengganu government will continue to promote Kenyir Lake as an eco-tourism destination and focus on the conservation of the area’s flora and fauna.
Jaya Grocer outlets are sterilised 24/7 with Medklinn’s Cerafusion steriliser.
Literacy empowers the blind, says Braille translator and book editor.
Shopping has become a big part of the travel industry. With our borders still closed, local retailers – especially artisans and craftmakers – hope Malaysians will shop domestically this festive season.
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.
With schools remaining online until next year and outdoor activities restricted due to the conditional MCO, children are spending most of their waking hours on their devices.
The film festival held annually at Laos is moving its 10th year to online.