The Malaysian government is investigating implementing a travel bubble for Langkawi to allow fully vaccinated travellers to visit the popular tourist destination.
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Earlier this week the Langkawi Development Authority (Lada) published a three-phase Langkawi Tourism Recovery Plan and now the Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister is looking at the proposals that would allow the opening of Langkawi once 80% of the population has been vaccinated.
It is hoped that the 80% figure will be reached by the end of August.
It is hoped that the policy, once agreed, may be extended to other areas in Malaysia which have also achieved high vaccination rates and where tourist movements can be controlled.
Source: Travel Daily Media
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