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KOTA BARU: Despite the pandemic gloom with the closure of the country’s border since the movement control order (MCO) was enforced in March, the once sleepy village of Kampung Pulau Tengah, Kubang Kerian, near here is seeing a tourism boom.
SHANGHAI, Oct. 9 (Xinhua): China's online travel agencies reported better-than-expected booking figures during the eight-day National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival holiday, showing the country's tourism industry is steadily recovering from theCovid-19 (coronavirus) epidemic.
SEPANG Municipal Council’s (MPSepang) newly sworn-in president Datuk Abdul Hamid Hussain hopes to give domestic tourism an extra push with the new tag line “Jom Bercuti @Sepang”.
MELAKA: The Melaka River cruise records an unusual increase of passengers to the extent that the public is willing to endure long queues to experience the ride.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - River cruises are making a quiet comeback on the Danube after the COVID-19 pandemic brought global tourism to a standstill and forced companies to suspend voyages.
There are many types of cruises available around the world, and each variety comes with different vessel sizes too. While most of the large cruise ships today remain at port, unable to sail – probably for quite some time – travellers do have other cruising options.
ROMPIN: A river cruise jetty, a hotel with a unique concept, a dedicated venue for street art, a fish market and an integrated transportation terminal complex will be some of the additional features for Tanjung Gemok here under its Special Area Draft Plan (RKK) in efforts to bolster its position as a tourist destination.
THIS year was expected to be a fruitful one for Sepang’s tourism sector, with the Visit Sepang 2020 campaign having been in planning for the last two years.
MELAKA (Bernama): Melaka River and Beach Development Corporation (PPSPM) chief executive officer pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here Monday (June 15) to four counts of accepting bribes, amounting to RM260,000 three years ago.