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The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC) has announced a comprehensive recovery plan to breathe some life in the Malaysian tourism sector following the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic.MOTAC Minister Dato’ Sri Hajah Nancy Shukri, revealed at a press conference that the recovery plan will be administered by its…

Dipping into the #SunwayforGood Fund, which was set up during the Movement Control Order (MCO) earlier this year, Sunway has lent a generous helping hand to 16 charity homes across Malaysia by settling their utility bills.The Fund is one of Sunway’s initiatives created to assist communities of the B40 income group…

Key Points:Small spikes of COVID-19 cases are worryingMCO spells trouble for nation if reinstatedNew normal practices must be continuedFace masks may be mandatoryEveryone is reminded to play their partAt 4pm local time today, 20 July 2020, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin addressed the nation, talking about the latest developments…

Resorts World Genting (RWG) had to act quickly to ensure that COVID-19 didn't – and hopefully won't – make an unwanted appearance at its mountaintop address. So how is the resort keeping things safe? Read on to see the lengths RWG has gone to in order to keep the risks associated…

COVID-19 has done a number on the tourism sector worldwide, but as multiple countries endeavour to wrestle the virus into submission, there is a glimmer of optimism emerging on the horizon. According to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), tourism is slowly getting back on its feet in a number of regions."After…

With its array of world-class entertainment, dining, recreation, relaxation and hospitality offerings, Resorts World Genting (RWG) has long made its mark as a stellar highland holiday destination just outside of KL. However, with the Malaysian government's Movement Control Order (MCO) and subsequently the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) triggered by COVID-19,…

Key PointsCross-state travel allowedDomestic tourism approvedSalons, open markets, food trucks and religious centres can reopenCertain sports and other activities okayedSchools to resumeOn 5 June 2020, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin spoke about the government's economic rejuvenation plan, Pelan Jana Semula Ekonomi Negara (PENJANA), whose prominent points you can read…

Staying safe from COVID-19 means we have to adapt to the 'new normal', which isn't so much a buzzword as it is a way of life for the time being. Social distancing should be practised for the sake of hopefully expediting the passing of the virus. With that in mind,…

Let’s face it – with the current pandemic and the ongoing Conditional Movement Control Order here in Malaysia, we’re all living in a reality that can get overwhelming at times – especially if you’ve got kids at home. Keeping them entertained (and ourselves sane) has become quite the challenge.Don’t despair…

Key PointsConditional reopening of socioeconomic sectors on 4 May 2020Social, public and cultural events are still not allowedEducational institutions to remain closedSOPs and details of unauthorised businesses are on the MKN websiteAuthorised businesses are allowed to operate with strict conditionsPublic transport companies must be prepared for crowdsAlternating work schedules and…