Posts Tagged ‘Indonesia’

KUALA LUMPUR – January 11, 2017 – Private jets, personal stylists and exclusive rooftops are just some of the many features today’s business travelers can enjoy at the top business hotels around the globe, according to accommodation expert Hotels.com™. Forget those stark conference rooms and bland breakfast buffets,...

Although many tourists outside Java island might not yet be familiar with Kota Wisata Batu, this district in East Java province located three hours from Surabaya is home to the domestically popular Jawa Timur Park (also known as Jatimpark) that is full of attractions ideal for the whole family, from children to...

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...

AccorHotels announces the opening of ibis Styles Bogor Raya, the first international premium economy hotel in the city of Bogor, West Java.  The hotel is located within walking distance to the prestigious 18-hole Bogor Raya Golf Course, housed within the residential complex, boasting picturesque views of Salak...

SEPANG, 4 November 2016 – AirAsia continues to grow its Johor Bahru hub by introducing another new route connecting the southern state of Malaysia directly to Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia with three times weekly flights which will commence operations on 10 January 2017. Apart from that, AirAsia will also be...

BINTAN ISLAND, Indonesia October. 21, 2016 – An approach to health and well-being that smooths facial wrinkles endorsed by some of the world’s biggest names including Madonna and Kim Kardashian has come to The Sanchaya Bintan.  Developed by renowned healer and skincare expert Kazumasa Kawasaki, who has an estimated...

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 the mediaeval ages, Ambon was one of...

Why is this place unique? Greenhost Boutique Hotel in Yogyakarta is unconventional, pared-down, low-key and understated. The owner and designer of the hotel, Bapak Paulus Mintarga, makes recycling and sustainable lifestyle sexy. He employs upcycled materials in clever and useful ways throughout the hotel. The property...

Proudly presents the appointment of Mr. Muhamad Munir as the new General Manager of Sheraton Bandung Hotel & Towers. He was born in Palembang on August 5, 1971, but then he crossed the sea to study, spent 23 years in overseas. He accomplished his Master of Social Sciences in Economics (Honors) in 1994 with the 1st...

For all we know, almost half of the year is already gone. The past two months have been unpredictable at worst and hectic at best, particularly before the start of the Muslim fasting month, Ramadhan, which would reduce the amount of our travel.

Jakarta, Indonesia, 2016 – While today’s travellers are more likely to arrive in Jakarta by commercial aircraft or private jet, the city has long welcomed the world as one of history’s most storied marine ports.  Now, the start of a new era in Indonesian hospitality begins with the much-anticipated opening of the...

  1. Desa Banyumulek Though the majority of Lombok population (85%) are farmers, they are also proficient in making pottery manually using clay. What makes Lombok’s pottery special is because the product is rubbed using volcanic clay after being dried slowly to give it an impressive shine. Desa...

For the first time ever, Gaya Travel Magazine features Mexico (Page 84), experienced first hand by one of our team members, Ed Junaidi. Contrary to what many people who have never been to this Latin American nation might think, Mexico is actually bursting with life (they even celebrate the dead), colour, history and...

Text by: Azizul Arkaan Intro Uluwatu is the most southerly part of Bali. Its landscape is defined by a promontory of majestic limestone cliff, offering visitors a different scene from the other parts of the island. This stunning landscape also serves as the backdrop of Anantara Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa. The resort is...

With it’s sophisticated contemporary design, The HAVEN Bali Seminyak sits befittingly alongside the chic shopping strips and eclectic mixture of urban dining and party venues of Seminyak. Being only a short distance from the ever-famous Seminyak Beach as well, where we have our very own exclusive Beach Club, this...

Nestled on a tropical beach front in the heart of Nusa Dua, Club Med Bali boasts spectacular views of the Indian Ocean. This is an authentic Balinese-style property with modern functionality woven into the fabric of its buildings that employ intricate traditional Balinese carpentry, replete with wonderful splash of...

Gaya Travel team have been hearing so much about Hotel Tugu Malang for quite some time. It was only in early February 2015 that our team finally managed to visit this highly reputable establishment, which left us all inspired, enlightened and respectful towards Peranakan richness and Indonesian...

InterContinental Bali Resort is delighted to announce its achievement in Tri Hita Karana by receiving an Emerald medal and certification award: the highest category in Bali’s prestigious Tri Hita Karana Awards.

From now until 31 January 2014, Semara Seminyak guests enjoy 70% discount when staying at the Executive Suites, costing only USD120++ per room per night.

An insider tips on exploring Ubud, Bali. An interview provided by Miss Puspa Anggareni, a concierge info from Chedi Club Tanah Gajah.

“Lombok was not as famous as Bali and nobody had faith in Lombok like I did,” Stephan Servin, the General Manager of The Santosa Villas and Resort in Lombok, Indonesia, who is also the Chairman of Lombok Hotels Association, said to me about the island just next to Bali called Lombok, part of the Nusa Tenggara Barat...

This hidden gem of a destination is replete with volcanoes, pine forests and lush countryside. Travel further down to the south coast and you will be greeted with some fine, deserted beaches. To discover Garut, it is best covered to spend at least one day and night.

The Papandayan first began as a four-star property located along the bustling Gatot Subroto 83 Road by offering efficient service to its clientele, mostly business travellers.However, after a major face lift,The Papandayan has now taken the interpretation of luxury to one level higher that impresses guests, coupled...

Indonesian travellers can now access a greater selection of Malaysian travel packages on Tourism Malaysia’s website and for the very first time, buy the packages online directly with the introduction of a SOTA widget on the website.