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GEORGE TOWN: Hotels in Penang are facing the possibility of a temporary or permanent closure in the next few weeks following the latest movement control order.
SAN JOSE (Reuters) - Costa Rica's internationally renowned green escapes are likely to suffer through a second year of costly tourist hesitancy as the spread of the pandemic intensifies in the Central American nation, further battering the key travel sector.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's tourism sector faces another lost season after a rapid coronavirus rise wiped out many early foreign bookings and prompted Russia, its top source of visitors, to halt flights and warn against travel this summer.
KOTA KINABALU: Fewer than 200 hotel operators have applied for a special one-off grant from the Sabah government through the state Tourism, Culture and Environment Ministry.
The Singapore and world economies face better-than-anticpated prospects of revival this year, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said, in a May Day speech.
Covid-19 vaccines help prevent severe symptoms, says Brunei minister as country confirms two new imported cases
To date, some 8,400 frontliners have been vaccinated in Brunei, while the resumption in the use of AstraZeneca is hoped to facilitate the first phase of the National Vaccination Programme.
RHODES, Greece (Reuters) - Greece began opening to tourists on Monday with few bookings but hopes for a better season to help make up for a 2020 devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.
MELAKA: Migratory birds are not meant to be pets or end up in aphrodisiac dishes, and the Melaka government will not tolerate attempts to capture them, says a state exco member.