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Street art isn't an obscure concept, with cities across the world sporting their own spots that have received the creative touch of talented artists who use everything from buildings to sidewalks as their canvas. When done tastefully and with the right permissions, these places become people magnets. They serve as…

[Please note that the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) announced on 13 October 2020 comes into effect from 14 to 27 October 2020 in the Klang Valley. Do check with the respective restaurants for updated opening hours or other announcements. Bear in mind that inter-district travel is also prohibited in…

Following the inaugural KLIA Crazy Sale last month that was well received, Malaysia Airports has decided to announce the second edition of the shopping event which takes place from 25 to 30 September 2020 at the main terminal of KL International Airport!Among the retailers participating in this sale are Dimensi…

While we as a nation glance in the rear view mirror to see how far along we have come since our Independence on 31 August 1957, we can also relive the country's history in numerous places around the capital. In the same vein, Tourism Selangor has highlighted a handful of…

The tourism industry is regaining its composure after taking a massive hit from the pandemic, and in Malaysia, local tourism has been on the rise after the government gave its nod for domestic travel. Consequently, tourism-related offers and promotions are widespread now, and among the more alluring ones come courtesy of…

With a rich tapestry of history that stretches back centuries, Melaka, or Malacca, is undoubtedly one popular destination for tourists. It has a unique character brought on by the many people who have walked on its soil throughout the ages, which include the Portuguese and Dutch whose remnants survive in…

Accounting for more than a quarter of the total land area sandwiched between Thailand and Singapore, Pahang is by far the largest of the 11 states in Peninsular Malaysia. It’s a place that brims with attractions. Its capital, Kuantan, fronts the South China Sea and is the most populated centre…

On 13 July 2020, Selangor Chief Minister Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari revealed the state’s RM55.85-billion 2020 Economic Recovery Plan, which has been specially crafted to help Selangor regain its footing in the aftermath of COVID-19, and benefitting such sectors as tourism.“The Movement Control Order (MCO) has caused a severe impact on…

In the footsteps of the government's decision to allow the resumption of domestic tourism from 10 June 2020, and theme parks and water parks from 1 July 2020, Tourism Selangor has announced that the rainforest attractions of Taman Eko Rimba Kanching and Chongkak Park & Resort are now back in…

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…