PUTRAJAYA: Travel for tourism will be allowed under the targeted bubble travel between states under the recovery movement control order, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

PUTRAJAYA: Travel for tourism will be allowed under the targeted bubble travel between states under the recovery movement control order, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
The Defence Minister said this will take effect from Wednesday (March 10) and will be subject to strict conditions.
He said that those who want to travel for domestic tourism can only do so by using tour agency vehicles where the operator will have to seek police permission to make the journey.
Travel for tourism purposes using private vehicles is not allowed. This is because police will have a difficult time to monitor movements compared to using transport provided by tour companies, he said Tuesday (March 9).
Ismail Sabri said that travel for tourism purposes for those in conditional MCO areas is still not allowed and those in the recovery MCO states also cannot go on holiday in conditional MCO states.
He said travelling from one recovery MCO destination to another via a conditional MCO state was allowed, the tour transport operators are not to stop in between destinations.
For instance, those from Putrajaya wanting to go for a holiday in Melaka can do so by travelling through Negri Sembilan without making a stop.