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Many Malaysians will celebrate their second Hari Raya away from their hometowns next week. But the festive season can still be enjoyed from wherever you are while observing the SOP at all times.
Its beautiful and pristine nature makes Songsong Island in Kedah one of the destinations Tourism Malaysia will be putting more focus on to spur tourism activities.
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.
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The Shah Alam Lake Garden welcomes its two latest tourist attractions, the Zip Line Shah Alam and the Musical Fountain Cultural Park, following the successful launch of the Selangor-Japan Friendship Garden.
Bike tourism, or cycling tourism, means to explore a destination on a bicycle. You can bring your own bicycle on a trip, and move from one town/village/city to another with it, or just rent one for the purpose of discovering a smaller part of the destination.
Lake Kenyir is surrounded by lush tropical rainforests, and a haven for freshwater fish and other water creatures. It is famous among eco-tourists and naturalists and visited all-year-long for many reasons.
Passengers are hard to come by these days, given the Covid-19 pandemic and the movement control order phases that have kept many indoors.
Malaysians prefer to travel in small groups with family and friends amid the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a recent study.
Volunteering your time, energy and effort to a cause while on holiday is one way to expand your horizons, and you can do this virtually too.