The Friday Rewind 6: KLIA Transit Troubles, Positive Vibes in Vietnam & Tourist Trash Returns to Sender

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25 Sep 2020 • 16m00s

In episode 6 of The Friday Rewind, Gary and Hannah zip through this week’s top talking points in South East Asian travel - in just 15 minutes. Today’s topics are:

  1. HKIA Bans KLIA Flights After Transit Passengers Test Positive
  2. Yogyakarta Please for Tourists Not Financial Aid
  3. International Flight Finally Departs Vietnam… With More to Come In & Out?
  4. Regional ‘Travel Bubbles’ in The Philippines
  5. Tour Agency Sparks Online Fury by Mis-locating Angkor Wat and Khao Yai National Park Mails Back Tourist Trash
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