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HUANGGANG (AFP): Banners warning that playing cards together is suicide and guards yelling at crowds to separate: a Chinese city near the coronavirus ground zero remains far from normal even after emerging from a two-month lockdown.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s Odette has held on to the title of Asia’s best restaurant for the second year running, as top chefs grapple with city lockdowns, temporary closures of their restaurants or food-supply interruptions during the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: Below are some frequently asked questions (FAQ) relating to the Federal Territories Ministry during the movement control order (MCO) period.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian holidaymakers may have to forgo their wish to catch the sakura season in Japan and South Korea or savour Italian street food in Milan as Covid-19 continues to spread in these countries.
BANGKOK/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - As a driver of one of Thailand's renowned "tuk tuk" motorised rickshaws, Amonchai Laodoungdee is used to busy days ferrying tourists around Bangkok, but on Tuesday he waited for four hours at a shopping mall without a single customer.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Two things Thailand is famous for are its delicious street food and its wonderful beaches. Sadly, the first typically comes in plastic bags that often wash up on the second - not good for a country that relies on tourism for a fifth of its revenue.
GEORGE TOWN: The state government is targeting 10,000 adults and 2,000 children to participate in the inaugural Experience Penang International Coastal Run 2020 scheduled for March 15.
Singapore: The road sweeper and a golf buggy move around the track with ease, jamming their brakes on when a pedestrian steps out and negotiating sharp turns.
GEORGE TOWN: Penang is a top draw for foreign tourists who see it is an all-in-one destination.
BANGKOK: The street food vendors - with their pungent salads, oodles of noodles and coconut sweetmeats and always a big tourist attraction of Thailand - have lately become the target of some of the capital's planners.