In collaboration with Tourism Malaysia’s Domestic Marketing Division and Tourism Malaysia Negeri Sembilan Office, Gaya Travel Magazine continued our KCC1M programme to Negeri Sembilan on the 6th to the 9th September 2014. Negeri Sembilan was first formed when the Minangkabau people of Sumatra settle in the area in the 15th century. During the migration process,
From the 4th until the 7th of February 2015, 21 participants including media and travel agents participated in a programme called Kembara Cuti-cuti 1 Malaysia (KCC1M) organised by Gaya Travel in collaboration with Tourism Malaysia’s Domestic and Marketing Division and Tourism Malaysia Pulau Pinang Office. As readers might have known by now, the main objective
Located in the north of the Klang Valley, Hulu Selangor has not always been on top of travellers’ minds. Probably the sound of a sleepy town surrounded by a thick verdant forest may not be that alluring.
Last April 2013, Gaya Travel Magazine in collaboration with Tourism Perak, organised a familiarisation trip called Discover Perak 2013, which took representatives from selected media and travel agencies on a 4-day-and-3-night tour to specific places within the wondrous state of Perak. Come and Discover Perak now and check out the attractions we have listed here!
When people mention about Putrajaya, what came to my mind last time used to be just another federal government territory full of government buildings and nothing more. However, the recent Kembara Cuti-Cuti 1Malaysia (KCC1M) Putrajaya programme held last December 2012 totally changed my perspective towards this city, which I found to be green and offer a wonderful city-in-a-garden escapade for all visitors.
KCC1M Selangor is back again and is bolder than ever! This time, Kembara Cuti-Cuti 1Malaysia (KCC1M) Selangor programme uncovered places that are sure to excite travelling families, including MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions) groups who come to Selangor!
The KCC1M is back again with more interesting places. This time, the Kembara Cuti-Cuti 1Malaysia (KCC1M) programme was held in Sabah from the 20th until the 23rd of December 2012 uncovered places that are sure to excite travelling enthusiasts, backpacking buddies and nature lovers!
This year, Gaya Travel Magazine again collaborated with Tourism Malaysia, including Langkawi Development Authority, Firefly, Starbucks Coffee Malaysia and Yeo’s in bringing the KCC1M participants to Langkawi to explore and experience the mystical island’s latest offerings.
In conjunction with Visit Perak Year 2012, Tourism Perak (the state of Perak’s tourism promotion arm), under the astute leadership of Mr. Ahmad Fathil Ghani, the Chief Executive Officer of Tourism Perak, collaborated with Gaya Travel Magazine to kickstart the Kembara Cuti-cuti 1Malaysia (KCC1M) Perak
To encourage Malaysian citizens and residents to travel domestically and learn more about the country’s own tourism offerings, Gaya Travel Magazine, in collaboration with Tourism Malaysia, kicked off the programme called Kembara Cuti-cuti 1Malaysia (KCC1M) with the trip to Perak, from the 14th until the 17th of October 2011 and followed by Pahang, which was from the 11th to the 14th of November 2011.
Putrajaya has always been the business destination for almost all tourists who come here since this is the country’s centre of administration.However, little that people know, Putrajaya is not all about government offices, it has so much to discover whereby the tourists will get to enjoy the beautiful sceneries, splendid gardens and park, wonderful architecture and bundles of other attractions and landmarks that will surely take your breath away
Johor is one of the more industrially and commercially advanced states in Malaysia. It also boasts unique tourism products and attractions that visitors should not miss. From homestay experience to premium shopping and herbal garden visits, Johor does not disappoint travellers.
Negeri Sembilan is one of the states that is rich with natural resources and tourism products. In 2010 alone, Negeri Sembilan managed to attract 2 million tourists to this state and in 2012, the Menteri Besar has set the target of attracting 4 million tourists. Though highly accessible, Negeri Sembilan tends to be overlooked by travellers from north heading southwards and vice versa of Peninsular Malaysia using the North South Highway (PLUS).
Pahang, being rich with natural resources, is the biggest state in Peninsular Malaysia located on the East Coast and home to much of the stretch of the Titiwangsa Range. Its highlands offer wonderful landscape for us to explore.