Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Christina Liew is upbeat about the possibility of reopening the shores of Sabah to international tourists from China for a start post-Covid-19.
Her enthusiasm stemmed from China’s announcement that it was considering opening its borders to certain “green” countries for inbound and outbound tourism.
Sabah Tourism Board has launched a domestic campaign; #BahMariLah.
The campaign will run from 1 July 2020 up to 31st August 2020.
Anyone who purchases a package from the dedicated campaign website (www.sabahtourism.com/deals/) will be eligible for a lucky draw entry.
The Eco-Yap Agriculture and Livestock Farm at Kampung Bomboi here has great potential to be an agro-tourism destination.
Deputy Chief Minister Christina Liew made the observation after a one-day visit to the Eco Dairy Farm at the invitation of Yap Yun Fook, who is Managing Director of Yun Fook Resources Sdn Bhd, on June 26.
The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) published its seventh edition of Industry Report, Waypoint, providing last year’s overview on Malaysian aviation sector’s performance and the outlook for 2020.
Today, we are going to trek the Tiger Leaping Gorge (TLG). We arrive in Lijiang at 6.05am, on the dot. It is drizzling and it is 13 degrees Celsius.