KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 14): The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC) has proposed to the National Security Council (MKN) to open Langkawi (pictured) to tourists from several selected countries under the ongoing pilot tourism bubble project.
IPOH (Oct 7): Tourism activities in Pangkor Island (pictured) will be conducted according to the existing standard operating procedures (SOP) if interstate travel is permitted in the near future.
ALOR SETAR (Oct 6): The spread of Covid-19 infections involving a leading hotel in Langkawi will not affect the tourism bubble pilot project implemented on the resort island since Sept 16.
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 5): A total of 149 Covid-19 positive cases were detected as a result of screenings at air and sea entry points to Pulau Langkawi since the domestic tourism bubble pioneer project began on Sept 16.
ALOR SETAR (Oct 3): The tourism bubble pilot project in Langkawi has been a great success, since it was implemented two weeks ago on Sept 16.
LANGKAWI (Sept 15): The monitoring of compliance with the COVID-19 prevention standard operating procedure (SOP) for the reopening of the Langkawi tourism industry from tomorrow has been divided into three zones that focus on tourist hotspots.
JOHOR BAHRU (Sept 7): The Johor government is hoping to turn three focus areas in the state which have achieved the Covid-19 vaccination rate of more than 80% into destinations under the tourism bubble programme.
ALOR SETAR (Sept 4): Langkawi (pictured) is generally ready to receive the arrival of tourists when the resort island reopens under the tourism bubble programme from Sept 16.
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 15): Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced today that the government is currently studying the views and feedback from stakeholders on plans to make Langkawi Island a pilot project for a tourism bubble destination.