Giving Shopping Excursions a Thought

Tapping into the largest component in domestic visitors’ expenditure.

Tourism at Two Kuala and Beyond

While there was a dearth of visitors to Kuala Sala, Kuala Perlis saw huge crowds at the ferry terminal.

Air Charters to Kickstart International Tourism

Controlled groups of passengers from chartered flights would be welcomed around the world.

AirAsia Now Allows up to Two Bags in Cabin Again

Low-cost airline AirAsia has changed its policy on how many bags passengers can bring on board the plane for free.

Make Domestic Tourism More Meaningful

The Department of Statistics released the 2019 Domestic Tourism Survey today, again right on schedule as it always had at the end of every June.

Drastic Drop in Foreign Arrivals This First Quarter

Tourism Malaysia had just released figures for foreign tourist arrivals in the first three months of this year, and it was no surprise that total numbers dropped by 36.8%.

One-Stop Centres to Attract Visitors

Time for our country to design and offer the Malaysian brand of tourism to make it Truly Malaysia.

Cruises Will Lead Recovery in Tourism

Holidaymakers and tourism industry players must not miss the boat.

Domestic Flights Only Half-Load

The National Security Council has decided the resumption of domestic flights in the country must follow the SOP of allowing only half-load flights.

AirAsia Domestic Flights Start Today

AirAsia will resume operating in stages, starting with domestic flights today and subsequently for several Asean countries by May 16.

Malaysia Airlines: Face Masks Mandatory for Passengers Starting Tomorrow

Malaysia Airlines will not accept passengers that do not have or wear a face mask.

Causeway Immigration Complex Stops 24-Hour Operations

The Sultan Iskandar Building Immigration complex at the Singapore-Johor Causeway will stop its 24-hours operations and begin operating 7am to 7pm daily starting this Friday.

AirAsia to Resume Flights from April 29

AirAsia Group Bhd will resume its scheduled domestic flights starting April 29, 2020 before gradually adding international destinations, subject to approval from the authorities.

Guan Eng: Reducing Toll Is Step-by-Step Move Towards Abolishing It

Toll reductions of 18 per cent at all highways belonging to PLUS from midnight is a step-by-step move implemented by the PH government towards the goal of abolishing toll.

Malaysia Airlines Apologises over Troubled NZ Flight

Malaysia Airlines has apologised for an Auckland-bound flight that experienced a “shuddering halt” twice prior to take off, leaving passengers unsettled.

Sheila Majid: Wait for Investigation to Be Completed

Sheila Majid says she will only come out with a statement once the investigation has been completed.

Covid-19: 1,472 New Cases

Malaysia recorded 1,472 new Covid-19 cases today, bringing the tally of infections to 67,169 – 10,495 of which are active cases.

Deputy Minister Willie Mongin Accused of Flipping Middle Finger in Dewan Rakyat

Willie Mongin was accused by opposition MPs of raising his middle finger.

Speaker: Pasir Salak MP Calling Syed Saddiq a “Budak” Just a Joke

An outcry by Opposition MPs in Parliament was triggered after Speaker Azhar ruled a remark against Syed Saddiq being called a "child" was a joke.

Malaysia Not Labelling US, Despite PAS MP’s “US terrorists” Remarks

Malaysia has no intention to give Israel's known ally, the United States, any sort of label.

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