Southeast Asia Travel News | Update 21st July
TOURISM Phang Nga and Krabi hope to re-open to foreign tourists under “Andaman Sandbox”
On August 1, the Tourism Authority of Thailand hopes to launch the “Andaman Sandbox”, allowing Phang Nga and Krabi to re-open to foreign tourism.
Travel firms look forward to a safe tourism map of Vietnam
Many travel businesses are looking forward to the introduction of Vietnam’s safe tourism map to “live in peace” with the COVID-19 pandemic.
More hotels in Malaysia will shut down before they’re allowed to reopen again
The hospitality sector in Malaysia will likely crumble before Covid-19 cases are kept under control and hotels are allowed to operate again.
Could Sarawak be first on Malaysia’s reopening plan?
More than 2,000 of Sarawak’s tourism and business events industry professionals got fully vaccination as of 18 July, bringing the state a step closer to its reopening dreams.
Canada to reopen for international travel from Sept 7
The Canadian government has said that it intends to open Canada’s borders to fully vaccinated travellers from September 7.