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Thailand in travel bubble talks with Cambodia, Malaysia and Laos

Thailand is currently in talks with Cambodia, Malaysia and Laos to set up two-way travel bubbles in a bid to revive intra-regional travel. Minister of...

Jetstar Asia plots return to Australian skies

Jetstar Asia plans to resume its services between Singapore and Darwin from as early as mid-December 2021, when a travel corridor between Singapore and...

Langkawi’s reopening draws nature, upmarket travellers

Langkawi tourism and hospitality operators are observing good demand for five-star and boutique hotels as well as more high-end tours and activities, since the...

Guidelines unveiled for Langkawi’s reopening to domestic tourists

Malaysia's tourism minister has announced guidelines for domestic travellers visiting Langkawi under the new tourism bubble plan that will take effect from the country’s...

Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble bursts

Singapore and Hong Kong have shelved plans to launch the twice-delayed travel bubble that would have allowed quarantine-free travel between the two cities. The decision...

Hong Kong eyes travel bubble with Phu Quoc Island

Hong Kong is exploring the possibility of establishing a travel bubble arrangement with the Vietnamese holiday island of Phu Quoc, as the city looks...

New Zealand pauses travel bubble with Western Australia

New Zealand has temporarily suspended arrivals from Western Australia due to a Covid-19 outbreak, days after a quarantine-free travel bubble opened between the two...

Singapore, Hong Kong delays travel bubble announcement

Singapore and Hong Kong have called off an announcement planned for Thursday (April 22) on an air travel bubble between the two cities. It is...

Singapore eyed for Australia’s next travel bubble

Australia is looking at Singapore as its next target for a travel bubble agreement, after its quarantine-free travel bubble with New Zealand took off...

First trans-Tasman bubble flight takes off

New Zealand welcomed back its first international visitors from Australia with a 250m by 12m "Welcome Whānau" (family) banner spread out on a grass...

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