Glimpse into the Causeway after Malaysia’s Restriction Movement Order

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Since the epidemic outbreak, various countries have taken precautions measures to protect its citizens from the virus.

As for Malaysia, they have decided to implement a Restriction Movement Order in their country as a form of protection.

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With the implementation of the national Restriction Movement Order, which started on March 17, 11.59pm, Malaysians will be barred from leaving the country and foreigners will not be allowed to enter between 18- 31st March 2020.

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📷: TodayWorld

This has led to many leaving Malaysia before the order kicks off. Below is a picture of the Causeway on Tuesday night (17 March).

People walk across the Woodlands Causeway with their luggage, from Johor to Singapore, hours before Malaysia imposes a lockdown on travel due to the coronavirus outbreak in the early hours of this morning

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So have you ever wondered how the causeway will look like once the order starts? Especially during the peak period?

Well, below are some photos of the causeway.

📷: Andrew Koay

Yes! This photo was taken during the peak period, 7am on a weekday! When Malaysians usually travel out to Singapore for school or work.

Here’s a picture of the causeway on normal days:

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Wow! Isn’t that a huge contrast?

Running out of ideas on what to do the upcoming weekend, now that Malaysia has the Restriction Movement Order? Why not support local hotels and attractions?

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Let’s head to our local hotels and attractions for a short getaway instead!

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