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KOTA KINABALU: Domestic tourism will be the key to helping Sabah’s travel industry as the state government temporarily banned tourists from South Korea following the rising number of Covid-19 cases in that country.
KOTA KINABALU: Domestic tourism holds the key to help Sabah’s tourism industry as the state government temporarily bans tourist arrivals from South Korea following the rising number of Covid-19 cases in that country.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesia’s largest low-cost carrier, Lion Air, is offering discounts for flights to and from three destinations across the country as the aviation business is weighed down by the coronavirus outbreak widely believed to have originated from Wuhan, China.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The government has called for airlines to entice domestic tourists with special discounts for flights bound for some of Indonesia's top tourism destinations as part of the country's strategy to cope with declining foreign tourist arrivals amid China's coronavirus outbreak.
MIRI: About 300,000 senior citizens in Sarawak aged 60 and above have started applying for the Kenyalang gold card.
MIRI: Sarawakians aged 60 and above can start applying for the "Kenyalang Gold Card" on Wednesday (Jan 15) to enjoy special discounts and privileges at selected food outlets, retail stores and also various services.
SWISS Watch Gallery presented the Art of Time exhibition for the sixth time at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, which offered an insider’s glimpse into the world of prestigious watch fairs in Switzerland.
IT was a premier soiree that brought together a distinguished audience to celebrate the launch of Art of Time 2019 by Swiss Watch Gallery.
SWISS Watch Gallery’s signature event Art of Time — a stunning and immersive showcase of some of the world’s beloved watchmakers — returns to Pavilion Kuala Lumpur today.
Hong Kong protests leave ‘golden week’ tourist boom in tatters as visitor arrivals during Chinese holiday period are set to be slashed by a third
Financial Secretary Paul Chan says he foresees the number of tourists will fall significantly on National DayTourism lawmaker Yiu Si-wing considers this worst hit to industry during golden week since 2003 Sars outbreak