Aside from choosing products with Safe Travel Badge, you might also want to consider these few things before planning for your vacation.
Travel in less crowded areas
One other way to stay safe is by going to destinations that do not have a lot of visitors. Going to crowded areas will only expose you to the unnecessary risk of catching the virus.
Instead, consider travelling during the off-season, visit the destination during off-peak hours, or go somewhere that not many people know. At the same time, remember to keep the distance of at least 1 metre from one another!
Go with private tours and transportation
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, it is normal for people to go on tours in large groups. But that would not cut it anymore. To minimise the risk of virus spread, you should travel in smaller groups with a private tour or transportation.
Not only it is safer, but it will also enable you to be fully immersed in your travel experience and get the most out of your tour! If you have any destination in mind, do contact our customer service to customise your itinerary and transport!
Get Ala Carte or Set Meals
Any trip will not be complete if you do not have a little food hunt. However, find somewhere that serves a la carte or set meals to avoid any risk of food contamination and virus infection. Not only that, but you should also avoid sharing your food and drinks and remember always to leave a gap between you and the person sitting next to you when eating at a restaurant.
Always carry masks and hand sanitiser with you
While strict safety measures are enforced all around Sabah, this does not mean you should lower your guard. Remember always to bring masks and hand sanitisers whenever you go out to protect yourself and those around you. It is also a good idea to bring along antibacterial or alcohol-based wipes and clean the surfaces that you will touch, such as armrests and tables.
And there you have it! A few tips to keep you and your loved ones safe during your travel. While it is important to have fun when travelling, it is also essential to stay vigilant and take the necessary precautions to stay healthy throughout your holidays. Not only will this benefit you, but also those around you. That is a win-win situation for all!
So, remember to stay safe, everyone!