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The Langkawi tourism bubble will surely provide a much needed respite for Malaysians who are keen to pursue their wanderlust again after months of travel restrictions.
LANGKAWI: Five-star hotels on the island are reporting high occupancy with attractive promotional rates being offered as the island is reopened for fully vaccinated domestic travellers.
Local tourists set to converge on island as hotels and airlines throw in dandy deals.
PETALING JAYA: With domestic tourism allowed in the Klang Valley after it moved into Phase Two of the National Recovery Plan (NRP), hotels are ready for fully vaccinated guests but are concerned about unregulated home-sharing businesses hampering recovery efforts.
In true hospitality fashion, the Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH) has launched an initiative to distribute essentials and food supplies to those in the hotel industry who are in need.
LANGKAWI: Come Malaysia Day, all eyes will be on Langkawi, the first local tourist destination to open its doors as part of a “travel bubble” pilot project.
GEORGE TOWN: Low-risk Covid-19 patients who wish to quarantine themselves without endangering their family members and yet keep their creature comforts can now choose to do so in some hotels, for a fee.