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As more visitors arrived in Antigua and Barbuda, so did the cases of Covid-19.
If Goa is too busy or crowded for you, there are other destinations that would give you almost the same kind of vibe. Some of these places are located in our neighbouring countries, while one can be found in Malaysia.
Reef Check Malaysia releases 2020 annual survey report; suggests stronger local management.
The Kelantan government, in collaboration with the Kelantan Museum Corporation, is targeting 10,000 museum passports to be used by the public, school children and students this year.
Look beyond the urban vibe of JB and you will find a wealth of attractions suitable for all kinds of travellers. A big part of the state of Johor's appeal also lies in its rich heritage.
KOTA KINABALU (Bernama): Sea and river recreational activities such as scuba diving, snorkelling and fishing are now allowed in Sabah from Monday (March 15), in compliance with the standard operating procedures (SOP) set under the recovery movement control order (RMCO).
Thailand’s Phuket aims to become ‘immunity island’ for tourists as it seeks post-coronavirus bounce-back
With 80 per cent of tourism businesses on the island having gone bust, the island’s tourism authorities have hatched a plan to fully reopen by October 1
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.
THE Kubang Badak Biogeotrail, located some 30km away from Kuah town in Langkawi, Kedah, is set to offer visitors a new experience with 12 geosites that will showcase unique geological, biological and cultural heritage aspects.
KOTA KINABALU: Despite the conditional MCO in Sabah being extended, restrictions on several economic sectors and activities - like domestic tourism, entertainment and public transportation - have been relaxed, effective Monday (Dec 7).