Southeast Asia Travel News | Update 21st July

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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.
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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.
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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.

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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.

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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.
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