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With travel at a standstill once again, tourist guides in the country are feeling the pinch despite the recent Permai assistance.
After almost a year of mostly staying home and minimising travel, it’s natural for many to want to reignite their wanderlust once again. In fact, a recent survey revealed that many Malaysians have been feeling the travel blues.
The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry recently honoured international social media influencer Trevor James for his efforts in promoting travel in the country to a global audience.
Thankfully, interstate and inter-district travel restrictions have eased in Malaysia, and we are now able to take that well-deserved break – just in time for the year-end school holiday season, too.
A recovery plan to revive the pandemic-hit tourism industry in Malaysia has been revealed by the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry.
A KTM train ride in Kelantan, dubbed “Train To Dabong”, from Tumpat to Dabong has surprisingly become a hit among local folks.
Some international travellers, who have remained in the country to weather the Covid-19 pandemic, have been documenting their ‘Cuti-Cuti Malaysia’ moments on YouTube.
Hotels and homestay accommodations in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya can operate but must adhere to standard operating procedure (SOP) during the conditional movement control order (MCO).
In luring travellers amid the recurring Covid-19 infections, the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry (Motac) is eyeing to tap into green zone destinations with niche tourism attractions.
Adiguru or master craftspeople in Malaysia play important roles in preserving our heritage arts and crafts.