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Our columnist, who has decades of experience in tourism, voices his concerns over efforts – or the lack thereof – to revitalise the industry and help workers.
For those whose jobs depend on people travelling, work life has been very challenging. But many are using this period for self-improvement to chart a better travel landscape.
A county in Taiwan is fast making a name for itself as the place to be for agri-tourism.
PETALING JAYA: The once vibrant Malaysian tourism sector, which has been hit hard by the crippling effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, will need to prepare for one of its steepest recovery slopes in history.
Today, as countries around the world keep their borders closed to contain the spread of Covid-19, almost all passenger flights have been cancelled with many planes grounded.
PETALING JAYA: The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry will look into refocusing its efforts on promoting domestic tourism in an attempt to revive the sector.
Now that the columnist is home safe, he ponders what the future holds for the tourism industry stakeholders in Malaysia.
The columnist recalls being stuck at sea in the Southern Atlantic Ocean as surrounding nations close their borders.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): It was a huge sigh of relief for 16 Malaysian tourists on board the Antartica-bound cruise ship, L’Austral, as they are finally on their way back to Malaysia, hours after being stranded in Port of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil since Sunday (March 22) morning.