KUALA LUMPUR, 14 January 2021: Malaysia declared a state of emergency nationwide due to rising Covid-19 cases. King Al-Sultan Abdullah declared on Tuesday a country-wide state of emergency under article 150 of the constitution. It could...
SEPANG, Malaysia, 30 October 2020: AirAsia Group continued its recovery momentum through the third quarter of 2020 as key operational metrics improved in September when compared with July. The group reported a 36% increase in passengers...
KOTA KINABALU 19 February 2021:  Recognised as a pioneer of Sabah tourism, Datuk Irene Benggon haruruks, 70, died Monday following a brief illness. The Sabah Tourism Board said she would be remembered for her vision...
SIPADAN, Sabah, 19 June 2020: The Covid-19 pandemic hit the tourism industry in Sabah, especially the dive industry - where many operators have been left with time on their hands. Staff at the award-winning...
KUALA LUMPUR, 29 January 2021: Malaysia Airlines will recalibrate its earning formula from miles to fare spend for its Enrich loyalty programme, effective 1 April. In a media release, Wednesday, the airline said the...
KUALA LUMPUR, 7 July 2017: AirAsia will introduce a new service linking the Malaysian capital with Cam Ranh, the nearest airport to Nha Trang, a popular beach destination in Vietnam. The new daily service will start 14 September using an...
HONG KONG, 12 September 2019: Marriott International Inc has signed a landmark agreement with Malaysia’s YTL Hotels to bring the AC Hotels by Marriott brand to Malaysia. Under the agreement, three existing hotels in Kuala Lumpur,...
KUALA LUMPUR, 10 August 2020: Malaysia Airlines is filing changes to its  International schedule for the northern winter 2020/21 season, that begins 25 October reflecting deep cuts to flights when compared with schedules that were operational before...
KUCHING, 18 June 2019: “Pesta Nukenen” highlights Sarawak’s unique ethnic food and culture, with three days of feasting in a celebration of local heritage for both tourists and locals. The festival presents...
KUALA LUMPUR, 8 March 2019: Cruise industry lobbyist, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Asia, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Malaysia Cruise Industry Association (MCIA), to jointly drive cruise education in Malaysia.