Posts by: Ed Junaidi

In last post, I began my journey in Mexico City then heading outwards to the Teotihuacan Pyramids, the magical town of Puebla and Oaxaca, the state that has a great number of different ethnicities. Throughout the way, I learned a great deal about the people of Mexico, the charms of its small towns and impressive...

Gaya Travel went back to Japan; this time to the Central region. Ed has a different experience because this time he went discovering Japan on highway bus using a bus package called Shoryudo Highway Bus Ticket. Sounds like fun, yes? Central Japan is also called Shoryudo, hence the package name. Shoryudo means rising...

My journey in Mexico brought me from the Federal District of Mexico City to the south, where I discovered Puebla, Oaxaca and ended in Yucatan Peninsula. It was really an eye-opening experience, whereby I stopped by at Chiapas, Palenque, Merida, Tulum and Playa del Carmen, along the way culminating in Cancun.

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is renowned for its outstanding ecological value and significant natural preservation consisting of a magnificent underground river hidden beneath St Paul Mountain and listed as one of the World’s New Seven Wonders of Nature. It is also inscribed as a UNESCO World...

All travellers should add this new gadget in their backpacks, which is a great companion for those who love to travel and involve in outdoor activities such as hiking, snorkelling, diving, and rafting. is new companion niftily captures and records all travel experiences complete in high de nition video captures...

Singapore is a concrete jungle where neon lights shine brightly at night, traffic runs incessantly during the day and residents mainly dwelling in high rises – the entire city is an epitome of modern economic progress, making this city-state one of the most developed nations within South East Asia. But there is also...

Last January, my colleague and I had the pleasure of flying with Cathay Pacific Airways to Hong Kong and Chengdu. The flight from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong took four hours. From there, it took another three hours to fly to Chengdu. I must say that I agree with Cathay Pacific Airways’ philosophy, ‘A Life Well...

If I have to describe Bohol in three words, those would be Chocolate, Mahogany and Tarsier. These three words are so synonymous with Bohol that they become strong enough reasons for travellers to visit this island, located in the Central Visayas region and surrounded by another 75 minor islands across the Bohol Sea....

Sarawak Tourism Board held the 8th edition of Borneo Jazz Festival at Parkcity Everly Hotel in Miri, Sarawak.

Riau Island Province (comprising the Riau Archipelago, the Tudjuh Archipelago and the Lingga Islands) is located south of Singapore and stretches afar to Lingga Island, parallel to the Sumatran coast.

It was such an amazing experience to visit and to explore Labuan, the Pearl of Borneo. This island, known for its status as an offshore financial centre offering international financial services, is also gazetted as one of the three Federal Territories of Malaysia (the other two being Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya).

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA – March 8, 2012 – TripAdvisor®, the world’s largest travel site*, today announced the winners of its annual Travellers’ Choice®Beach Destinations awards. This year, 181 topbeach locations were named around the world, covering 21 regions including lists for Africa, Asia, Australia, Brazil,...

Berjaya Starbucks Coffee Sdn Bhd has introduced a new blend to its roast coffee family after more than four decades of expertise in sourcing, roasting and blending to create this perfect blend.