Jakarta – being the capital and largest city to a country with the largest economy in Southeast Asia that creates employment opportunity to millions of people – continues to flourish as a tourism hotspot, especially in anticipation of the completion of its new airport, scheduled to be ready by 2017, and the mass rapid transit systems,
Ambon – an island that is part of the Maluku archipelago east of Sulawesi and north of Timor in Indonesia – was never on my travel list until I was recently invited to it. As part of the Maluku region famed for its crucial role as the source of spices coveted by the Europeans since
Once ruled by the Lanna kingdom from the 13th until 18th century, Northern Thailand has long been regarded as Thailand’s most interesting region. It continues to be rooted in Thai tradition yet economically up-to-date. Its provinces include Chiang Mai, Lampang, Lamphun, Uttaradit, Phrae, Nan, Phayao, Chiang Rai and Mae Hong Son; Gaya Travel team managed
Gaya Travel explored selected enthralling eco-tourism attractions in Putrajaya & Pahang during Malaysian Mega Familiarisation Programme by Tourism Malaysia.
Planning to go to the island of Lombok? We list down 8 things that you must do and see in Lombok to help you with your itinerary.
Prior to visiting South Sumatera, I thought the province was only about ancient history and gastronomy. After undergoing a seven-day and six-night media familiarisation trip organised by South Sumatera Culture and Tourism Bureau to learn more about the province in conjunction with the Total Solar Eclipse Festival in Palembang last March 2016, I now realise
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA, 13 NOVEMBER 2015– GOASEAN unveiled a slew of Malaysian produced ground-breaking and original concept travel programmes to avid and globe-trotting travellers at its GOASEAN Upfronts 2016 held at Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club. The must-see new programmes slated to be aired on GOASEAN next year had already garnered strong interests from
GOASEAN.com has received the Gold Award for ‘Best Travel Website’ and Silver Award for ‘Best Tourism Website’ by W3, just seven months after the portal’s launch in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia announced the establishment of GOASEAN at ITB Berlin 2015, the world’s leading travel trade show today. GOASEAN, the brainchild of the Prime Minister of Malaysia YAB Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak , claims the honor of being the world’s first ASEAN-focused travel channel, aiming to showcase the region’s varied natural attractions and cultural exoticism to leisure seekers and tourism investors alike.