The beach at five-star resort The Datai Langkawi, in Langkawi, Malaysia. The Malaysian holiday hotspot has opened a domestic travel bubble for vaccinated domestic tourists. Photo: Datai Langkawi
The beach at five-star resort The Datai Langkawi, in Langkawi, Malaysia. The Malaysian holiday hotspot has opened a domestic travel bubble for vaccinated domestic tourists. Photo: Datai Langkawi

Langkawi travel bubble wins approval from Malaysian travellers and hotels, but coronavirus fears remain

  • Tourists were happy to be on holiday again after months of Covid-19 restrictions, and hotels in the island chain rolled out the red carpet for their visitors
  • Many restaurants and shops remain closed, and one family likens their trip to Langkawi to ‘being on vacation out of season’

The beach at five-star resort The Datai Langkawi, in Langkawi, Malaysia. The Malaysian holiday hotspot has opened a domestic travel bubble for vaccinated domestic tourists. Photo: Datai Langkawi
The beach at five-star resort The Datai Langkawi, in Langkawi, Malaysia. The Malaysian holiday hotspot has opened a domestic travel bubble for vaccinated domestic tourists. Photo: Datai Langkawi
READ FULL ARTICLE