Just like that, we’re already halfway through 2020. Truly, this year has been unprecedented and adjusting to the new norm is going to take a minute.

Fret not though, despite being forced to cancel most of your holiday plans, you can still take time off to rejuvenate and recharge.

Long Weekends

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With 3 remaining long weekends for the year, it’s still not too late to make some staycation plans around Malaysia. Take note of these following dates to mark down on your calendar:

  • Hari Raya Qurban: 31st July – 2nd August (Friday – Sunday)
  • National Day: 29th – 31st Aug (Saturday – Monday)
  • Christmas: 25th – 27th December (Friday – Sunday)

Here are some suggestions to consider:

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