Explore Malaysia: Perhentian Island and Mount Kinabalu


I m excited to be able to travel again... but let's start to explore Malaysia first! Following the government’s statement on the Recovery MCO phase which begins on 10th June until 31 August, and opening interstate travel. Let's Explore Malaysia, here are what to look for when you are planning for your next trip to Perhentian Island and Mount Kinabalu.

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Perhentian Island
[ image: by Gaddafi Rusli on Unsplash ]


With that, In MY Backyard campaign by Sedunia Travel has a plethora of local travel packages that showcase the beauty and appeal of our very own country.

Perhentian Island by Gaddafi Rusli

Domestic travel has always played a significant role in Malaysia’s GDP, contributing RM60.4 billion to the economy in 2018. The sector also accounted for 3.5 million jobs that year. However due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the travel and tourism section suffered an estimated revenue loss of RM3.37 billion between January and February 2020 alone.

With a colourful blend of history and culture, stunning natural attractions, exciting vibrant cities and mouth-watering local cuisine across its many states, Malaysia is a hidden gem just waiting to be rediscovered once more during this time. Sedunia Travel is excited to show travellers what Malaysia has to offer through the In My Backyard campaign. A series of articles featuring Malaysia’s famous laksa, Island Getaways and more have been curated to inspire Malaysians to see and explore their own country. 

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Mount Kinabalu
[ image: by Ling Tang on Unsplash ]
  
Mount Kinabalu by Ling Tang

Sedunia Travel continues to adhere to the government’s SOPs and guidelines to ensure a safe and wholesome travelling experience for their customers and partners while doing their part to support local tourism. 

Travellers are encouraged to follow and hashtag #MYBackyard #SeduniaTravel in their travel photos to spread more inspiration and joy amongst fellow Malaysians in the coming months as Malaysia comes together to recover its local tourism.

Bookings can be made via website booking, email at contact@sedunia.com.my or call at 03 2148 4566. Walk-ins are not permitted at the moment. For more information, travellers can go to the official Sedunia website

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