Southeast Asia Travel News | Update November 9

by Huyen Nguyen
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Malaysia and Singapore confirm travel bubble for vaccinated travellers
From November 29, vaccinated passengers can fly between Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Singapore’s Changi Airport, without having to quarantine. Bloomberg confirms that both countries have agreed a travel bubble arrangement for what is one of the world’s busiest air corridors. It’s understood the agreement could also be extended to land crossings in the near future.

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Requirements for international tourists coming to Vietnam
On 5th November 2021, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism issued Document No.4122/HD-BVHTTDL on provisional guidance on piloting to welcome international tourists to Vietnam, in which there are requirements on immigration and health conditions.
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Roadmap to reopen international tourism in Vietnam
On 5th November, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism decided the roadmap to resume international tourism in three phases, starting in November 2011.
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Cambodia leads Asia for the highest percentage of the fully-vaccinated population

Cambodia is topping the list in Asia for the country with the highest percentage of fully-vaccinated individuals in its population. The country’s 16 million-plus population has seen around 82% receiving at least 2 doses of a Covid-19 vaccine since November 3, according to ourworldindata.org.
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Hilton predicts travel trends for 2022
Post-pandemic travellers are predicted to embrace pet travel, reunion trips, contactless experiences, culinary adventures and sustainable travel, according to Hilton’s new global trends report which examined how travellers’ needs and interests have shifted in the wake of the pandemic.
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AirAsia resumes flights to Phuket
AirAsia reintroduced its flight from Kuala Lumpur to Phuket at the weekend as part of the island’s Phuket Sandbox programme.
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