During Chinese New Year, some Malaysians are known to travel out of the country. It is after all the perfect time to travel, what with everyone in the family having a break and holiday at the same time. But during this time of the year, we also receive an influx of tourists.
This is further backed up by Airbnb’s recent reveal of the top visited cities by Airbnb travelers during Lunar New Year. Malaysia is ranked 4th with Japan and Korea taking the first and second spots. In fact, Asian cities are so popular that the only non-Asian country in the top 10 list is Los Angeles, California.
It makes complete sense as even though we don’t necessarily have to spend Chinese New Year in an Asian country, it is still nice to enjoy Asian meals, architectures and sceneries while celebrating this festivity. Discover KL readers, where will you be traveling to this festive season? Let us know in the Facebook comment section!
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