Travel hit by COVID-19 again Videos

Travel hit by COVID-19 again

As new cases of COVID-19 are being identified in a number of localities, primarily central Vietnam, the inroads made by the country’s tourism sector over the last few months via a domestic market stimulus programme are now at risk of stalling.
Da Nang begins lockdown of COVID-19 hotspots Society

Da Nang begins lockdown of COVID-19 hotspots

Barriers and guards were deployed to lock down four sections of streets surrounding three hospitals - General Hospital, C Hospital and Rehabilitation and Orthopaedics Hospital - which are quarantine and treatment centres for COVID-19 patients in the central city on July 28.
Cambodia considers easing entry regulations World

Cambodia considers easing entry regulations

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has approved in principle the elimination of the 3,000 USD deposit and 50,000 USD insurance for investors, businesspeople and experts entering the country, the Khmer Times reported.
Travel agencies promoting domestic tourism Travel

Travel agencies promoting domestic tourism

The local tourism market has never been so vibrant, filled with attractive summer holidays at affordable prices. Thousands of tours and promotions are being introduced to help the sector on the road to recovery.
Malaysia, Singapore agree to re-open borders World

Malaysia, Singapore agree to re-open borders

Malaysia and Singapore have agreed to implement the Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) and Periodic Commuting Arrangement (PCA) to address the needs of different groups of cross-border travellers.
Thai police to form special task force on COVID-19 ASEAN

Thai police to form special task force on COVID-19

The Royal Thai Police is planning the establishment of a special task force to trace tourists infected with the SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19 as the country is about to reopen its airspace to travellers.