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BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): To build confidence among passengers to start travelling safely when international borders re-open, Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) joined a growing list of airlines to trial the IATA Travel Pass app developed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
(Reuters) -If you need cash in Myanmar, you have to get up early. Queues start forming outside banks at 4 a.m., where the first 15 or 30 customers are given a plastic token that will allow them to enter the bank when it opens at 9:30 a.m. and withdraw cash, according to more than a dozen people who spoke to Reuters.
YANGON (Reuters): If you need cash in Myanmar, you have to get up early. Queues start forming outside banks at 4am, where the first 15 or 30 customers are given a plastic token that will allow them to enter the bank when it opens at 9.30am and withdraw cash, according to more than a dozen people who spoke to Reuters.
JOHOR BARU: The government has been urged to have another round of automatic bank moratorium to assist those affected by the latest movement control order (MCO 3.0).
PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): Cambodia received 70,901 international visitors in the January-March quarter (Q1) of 2021, down 94 per cent from 1.15 million in the same period of last year, the Tourism Ministry said in a report released on Thursday (May 13).
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ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece kicked off the formal start of its tourist season, announcing a multimillion euro promotional campaign on Thursday aimed at saving its most important economic sector from a second summer lost to the coronavirus.
LONDON (Reuters) - Celebrated chef Clare Smyth sold out three months of bookings in 20 minutes when her Core restaurant said it would reopen from lockdown, underscoring her faith that London is ready to rebound with a bang on May 17.
Malaysians residing in Hong Kong stay close to home during festive seasons with the help of food and technology.
PETALING JAYA: Salcon Bhd will be seeking its shareholders’ approval at an EGM to diversify its core business into the trading and manufacturing of rubber gloves in view of the segment’s significant and immediate contribution to the group’s revenue.