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Seremban, Melaka and Taiping are among the happiest cities in Malaysia, according to the Happiness Index study released in conjunction with International Day of Happiness.
GEORGE TOWN: It sounds unbelievable but a box of branded durian that usually costs RM35 is now being sold for as low as 66 sen.
PENANG durian sellers are now delivering the fruit to stay-at-home customers.
GEORGE TOWN: There’s no better time to eat the famous Penang durian than now.
GEORGE TOWN: Amid the intense fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, durian plantation owners are facing some thorny issues, from an insufficient number of workers to a big drop in demand, which is also expected to be affected by the upcoming Ramadan month.
KLANG: Durian traders in Klang have seen sales of the “king of fruits” plunge, and have now switched to selling eggs during the movement control order (MCO) period.
Pungent, spiky durian – a fruit banned in many public places in Asia due to its overpowering smell – has been used by scientists to store electricity, and could one day help power electric vehicles and mobile phones across the region.
The Top Penang is now offering a 50% discount on its Top Day Fun Pass that includes entry to over 15 exciting attractions.
Many Malaysians are postponing their overseas trips amid fear of the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak. But those who go ahead with their plans say the travel landscape is not as dire as it’s made out to be.