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We have been to Taiwan a couple of times prior to this visit, but we never got pass the airport doors. Taipei for transit is quite a common thing. It is not surprising, since Taoyuan International Airport is the world’s 5th busiest airport in terms of international freight traffic. Our recent visit was in conjunction...

Mr. Leo Llambi, the General Manager of Concorde Hotel Shah Alam, has made “making the guests happy” as his credo, besides making sure that the hotel runs efficiently in maintaining its status as one of Selangor’s premier hotels. Gaya Travel Magazine recently caught up with him to learn his side of the story with...

Having dialogue with the President of Perbadanan Putrajaya Datuk Seri Haji Hasim bin Haji Ismail is almost equivalent to learning how to create a sustainable city. Soft spoken and amicable yet charismatic and firm, Datuk Seri Hasim shares with Gaya Travel Magazine the steps that Perbadanan Putrajaya takes in ensuring...

HONG KONG, 7 APRIL 2016 – British Airways celebrated 80 years of flying to Hong Kong in style with a VIP gala and a unique heritage fashion photoshoot – featuring supermodel David Gandy wearing a vintage 1920s sheepskin flying jacket. Playing homage to British Airways’ heritage, the British star was photographed...

Kuala Lumpur – 5th April 2016: Emirates and Malaysia Airlines today unveiled new routes and frequent flyer benefits for their codeshare agreement which will see the addition of 15 cities within Malaysia and enhanced rewards for loyal customers. The routes comprise of key points of interest in Malaysia: Langkawi,...

The acclaimed silent mentalist, Aaron Crow is currently the resident ‘mystician’ for Resorts World Genting, Pahang. He is set to impress the audience through his electrifying performance of magic, suspense, risky stunts and mystery through the special show called “Fearless! Cheating Death Nightly” currently held at...

Demi Johor DUA – a festival that combines land (Darat), air (Udara) dan water (Air) extreme sports – is set to be held from 25th to 27th March 2016 at Iskandar Puteri, Johor Bahru, Johor. The festival will also be featuring traditional games, educational exhibition and retail lots for public to shop.

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA – 16 March 2016: Traveling can be a pricey affair. In today’s uncertain economic climate, it’s easy to see why many have put their travel plans on hold. However, everyone deserves a getaway and seeing the world does not necessarily have to cost the world either. Hotels.com has selected some of...

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Mention springtime in Japan, we bet the first image that comes to your mind would be the sakura (cherry blossom)! This flower is taken very seriously in Japan, and we were quite amused when we noticed that news reports on where the sakura blooms are treated as importantly as the weather forecast.   Spring time in...

Gaya Travel Magazine catches up with the good-natured and astute lady Rosnina Yaacob and her convivial team at Laman Padi in Langkawi to learn more about their experience in helping to grow the island’s brand as a major tourism destination. Originally meant to be seconded to the Langkawi Development Authority (LADA)...

TripAdvisor®, the travel planning and booking site, today announced the winners of its Travellers’ Choice™ awards for Beaches. This year’s awards honour 343 beaches including the top 25 in the world and lists for Asia, Africa, Australia, Caribbean, Central America, Europe, South America, the South Pacific, the U.K....

Some people says it hard to pack less for travel. Read on to fulfill your noble intention of packing less and be minimal while travelling.   H&M Basic shirts They come in various plain color & universal. Mix and match your basic shirt with any pants to double the usage! Basic shirts are interchangeable, so you dont...

Jordan might not be exploding with numerous tourism objects and attractions compared to the other Middle Eastern tourism heavyweights like United Arab Emirates or Egypt. However, what Jordan has that the rest of the world doesn’t have such as Petra, Wadi Rum, Ma’in and the Dead Sea are ultimately compelling and...

Amongst all of its collection up untill today, Nikon finally introduced a new gadget in town: the Coolpix S6900 camera. Mainly targeted for travel enthusiasts and definitely selfie lovers, this handy camera is an indispensable companion to photograph beautiful sceneries and landscapes, as well as uploading onto...

Whether you’re a frequent business traveller or out on a family holiday, finding the perfect place to stay is often difficult, especially in cities offering a kaleidoscope of choices. If you’re planning a trip to Kuala Lumpur, here are 5 insider tips to keep in mind: Traffic jam can be a nightmare: Stay somewhere...

Sandwiched between India and China, Bhutan wasn’t unified until the 17th century and four hundred years passed before the country’s doors were officially opened to tourists in 1974. Even today numbers are closely monitored. The result of this historical anomaly is that there are millions of little justifications as to...

TripAdvisor®,  the world’s largest travel site*,  announced winners of its Travellers’ Choice™ awards for Hotels. Travellers’ Choice award winners were determined based on the millions of reviews and opinions collected in a single year from TripAdvisor travellers worldwide. Now in its 14th year, the Travellers’ Choice...

Nikon introduced in Malaysia the Nikon Df, which is the latest addition of Nikon Digital SLR Cameras. It comes with a smaller- sized full frame DSLR equipped with full mechanical dials for setting shutter speed, ISO sensitivity, exposure compensation, exposure mode and independent release mode to give...

As we step into a brand new year, our minds are very much occupied with endless possibilities of travelling to various destinations. It is always an exciting time for us, brainstorming and dreaming about our 2016’s travel plans. We’ve been keeping a mental note of our friends and family members’ travel photos...

As we step into a brand new year, our minds are very much occupied with endless possibilities of travelling to various destinations. It is always an exciting time for us, brainstorming and dreaming about our 2016’s travel plans. We’ve been keeping a mental note of our friends and family members’ travel photos...

Trafalgar shares with you 6 things that may certainly surprise you about coach touring, or as we like to say, guided holidays.

TripAdvisor®, the world’s largest travel site*, today announced Japan’s best ryokans or traditional Japanese-style inns, according to reviews1 from TripAdvisor’s global travel community. Unique to Japan, Ryokans are known for their distinctive cultural hospitality experience, featuring tatami floors, futon beds,...

Words and images by Lily Riani unless stated Kansai, comprising seven beautiful prefectures, has always attracted travellers all over the world, luring them through its unique culture, gastronomy, and eco-tourism, which includes landscapes and outdoor activities. Taking it to the next level, Kansai has now embarked on...

Being one of the latest additions in Kuala Lumpur’s burgeoning hospitality scene, Fraser Residence opened its doors in early 2015 and have been attracting local and international travellers in droves. Its General Manager, Mr Michael Lee, talked to Gaya Travel Magazine on the uniqueness offered by the Fraser brand and...