Category: Travel

Langkawi Is Re-Opening Its Door in September 16

After many months of lock downs and restrictions on travelling, Malaysia is finally reopening Langkawi islands in an effort to rebuild tourism, the sector worst hit by the pandemic. According to Prime Minister Ismail Sabri, Langkawi will open to locals under a travel bubble plan from September 16. Other destinations will be allowed to operate when the locality’s vaccination rate reach 80 percent, he said in a statement.

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Bye Singapore, Doha’s Hamad International Airport Is Now Number One in World’s Best Airport

Singapore’s Changi Airport has lost its number one spot at Skytrax’s annual ranking of the world’s best airports at the World Airport Awards after holding reign for nearly a decade. Doha’s Hamad International Airport, which has been climbing the ranks for years, has been rewarded with the number one spot in 2021 in the “World’s Best Airport” category. This year, Changi placed third, much the dismay of many superfans.

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World’s First Meme Museum Opens in Hong Kong

Most of us spend our youth browsing the online humour platform 9GAG to brighten our day. The contents have been entertaining to say the least, with memes that makes you rolling-on-the floor-laughing. Now, the online platform has moved a level-up, and has opened the world’s first ‘Meme Museum’ in Hong Kong. With memes becoming part of how people communicate nowadays, the Meme Museum makes for an exciting spot to visit.

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List Of UNESCO New Heritage Sites

Madrid’s Paseo del Prado and Retiro Park was recently added as a new Unesco, but besides Madrid, Unesco has announced some of the new additions to its list of World Heritage Sites. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has voted to add 33 new spots to its list, with more discussions to come after several days of online deliberations.

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Tourists Arrived in Phuket for Its Reopening

The first flight from Europe arrived on the island on July 3 since the launch of Phuket Sandbox initiative. Landing at the international terminal of Phuket airport, the Thai Airways from Copenhagen was greeted by a water tunnel and warm applause from the executive committee of Thai Airways International (Thai) and the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), together with representatives from the media.

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