Southeast Asia Travel News | update 15 Nov
Langkawi welcomes international tourists
KUALA LUMPUR, 16 November 2021: Langkawi rolled out the welcome mat on Monday to mark the official reopening of the island to vaccinated international travellers.
Bali wants to cut quarantine
DENPASAR, Bali, 16 November 2021: Claiming the easing of entry rules is not working, Bali’s governor, I Wayan Koster, is pressing the national government to reduce quarantine time for international visitors visiting the famous holiday island.
Cambodia cuts quarantine
PHNOM PENH, 16 November 2021: Cambodia has phased out quarantine, the last obstacle preventing tourism recovery, allowing fully vaccinated foreign travellers access to the country’s tourist destinations starting Monday, 15 November.
Singapore adds Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), Sweden and Finland in VTL scheme
With the launch of the VTLs (Vaccinated Travel Lanes), there has been an upward momentum in travellers wishing to visit Singapore, may it be for business or leisure.
Thailand delays reopening of entertainment venues to 15 January
The government in Thailand has announced it would delay the reopening of nightlife entertainment venues to 15 January despite pleas from the industry to make it sooner.
Malaysia to reopen Langkawi to foreign tourists
The long wait is over! After 20 months, Malaysia finally starts to open up for international arrivals.