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The Covid-19 pandemic has presented tourism operators and holidaygoers with an opportunity to look closer to home and adapt to technology.
Malaysian travellers are among the top three in the region to go on spontaneous and last-minute trips during these uncertain pandemic period, according to a digital travel platform.
The saying “it’s the journey, not the destination” holds true for some travellers. And being at the airport is one of the best parts of their holiday.
Our columnist reunites with his trusty microphone on an emotional guided tour to Langkawi that brought back a glimmer of hope.
The rides have come back on at Malaysian theme parks during the recovery movement control order (MCO). But are heightened safety and hygiene measures enough to get fans to visit again amid Covid-19?
In-flight transmission of Covid-19 when you are in the cabin of an aircraft is unlikely, according to aviation experts. This, however, is assuming that all necessary health and safety precautions are put in place.
Agency to rope in new business, curate client partnerships
With movement order control (MCO) in place, some Malaysian travellers are reminiscing their holiday adventures by going through – and organising – their travel photos.
The first school term holidays are coming (March 14 to 22) and if you have nothing planned for the family, here are some suggestions.
The world’s first digital art museum, teamLab Borderless, in Tokyo is nothing like your regular museum.