1. A Gem of Palace – Galeri Sultan Azlan Shah If you are a history buff, be prepared to be awed by this iconic attraction in Kuala Kangsar. Strategically located at the heart of this serene Royal Town of Kuala Kangsar, Galeri Sultan Azlan Shah showcases enthralling anecdotes of the late Sultan Azlan Shah
Global travel authority Lonely Planet has chosen Perak, Malaysia, as one of the world’s Top 10 Regions for next year in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2017, released this evening. Best in Travel 2017 is Lonely Planet’s 12th annual agenda-setting collection of the world’s hottest trends, destinations and experiences for the year ahead. The best-selling, inspirational travel yearbook highlights the top 10 countries, cities, regions and
PERAK, 24 SEPTEMBER 2016 – The Life On Air: Peninsular Edition continued its journey, this time up north to the tin valleys of Perak. Ipoh, a historical city surrounded by beautiful geographical topography was a sight for sore eyes for these city dwellers. This time around, the team stayed at The Haven Resort & Residences,
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.
The 300,000-hectare Royal Belum State Park – located in Perak Darul Ridzuan and approximately four times larger than Singapore – is home to one of the oldest rainforests in the world, even older than the famous Amazon. Being part of the The Belum/Temenggor Forest Reserve, Royal Belum is estimated to be 130 million years old
Upon entering Sentosa Villa, guests are quickly enveloped in a serene setting where the faint burbling of moving water and whistling sound of crickets tickle the senses, giving hint to the body and brain to hurry up and hit the relax button. So take a deep breath and take it all in – this charming
Introduction The Haven Ipoh – which was officially launched recently by the Minister of Tourism and Culture Malaysia, Dato Seri Nazri Tan Sri Abdul Aziz – is operated under one of the world’s largest chains of hotels, Best Western International (BWI). The Haven is currently Perak’s tallest and most luxurious Condotel Resort. It is also
In conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2014, the Visit Malaysia Year (VMY) 2014 Secretariat, together with Gaya Travel Magazine, organised a special awareness and promotion program on VMY 2014 called Celebrating 1Malaysia Truly Asia (C1MTA), which involves bringing selected local and international media representatives and travel agents to familiarise with particular destinations and tourism products.
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!
The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) in collaboration with Tourism Malaysia is promoting the Belum Temengor Forest Complex and the Aman Jaya Forest Reserve as Malaysia’s new eco-tourism destinations through the International Hornbill Expedition (IHE) 2013 in Belum Rainforest Reserve, Gerik, Perak, happening from 20 to 22 September 2013.
Pangkor Island has a lot to offer if the tourists really explore the whole island. It has the beach, sea, greeneries and priceless history for tourists to discover and enjoy. Pangkor Island is just as charming as always, and the people are just as lovely and warm.
In conjunction with the 84th birthday of the D.Y.M.M. Paduka Seri Sultan Perak, Sultan Azlan Muhibbuddin Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Yussuf Izzuddin Shah Ghafarullahu-Lah, an exhibition entitled Pameran Kesultanan Perak (The Perak Sultanate Exhibition).
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.
If you crave to be surrounded by lush greenery and great outdoor experience, why not take the train from KL and drop off at Ipoh and then head to out-of-city destinations like Kampung Dew and Kampar River? Gaya Travel team did just that and we were truly bowled over by what Perak has to offer