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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is keen to see tourists from China flock back to the state once the international borders are re-opened for tourism.
Herds of deer draw herds of tourists to park in Japan’s old capital.
AS China and Malaysia approaches the 47th year of diplomatic relationships, relations between the two countries have attained a healthy and stable state. However, in 2020, a huge change occurred, affecting most, if not all, countries around the world – the Covid-19 pandemic.
Laos banks on new high-speed railway to draw tourists and investment - A special write-up from The Straits Times
The men arrived in dark jackets, and the women in fine woven silk skirts. They filed into the gleaming railway station under a red sign that said "Vientiane" in Lao and Chinese.
BEIJING: Starbucks China, a leading coffee chain, opened its first store with a heritage culture gallery in Beijing yesterday to further upgrade its in-store experience and bond closer with cultural-conscious local young consumers.
BANGKOK (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): The streets of Bangkok are buzzing with start-stop traffic and thronging crowds as Thailand rounds off its first week of relaxed border controls that waive quarantine for travellers from more than 60 countries and territories.
KUALA LUMPUR: Global air travel demand, measured in revenue passenger kilometres or RPKs, saw a declined of 53.4% in September 2021 compared with the same month of 2019, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
The Philippines is preparing to welcome back foreign tourists to its pristine beaches and innovated "new normal" touristic attractions as the country's Covid-19 cases keep dropping and vaccination drive continue improving.
SYDNEY/ BEIJING: Asia's gradual easing of international travel curbs is proving a welcome relief for the region's hard-hit tourism operators slowly opening up to visitors from around the world - with one giant exception.