5 Beautiful Glamping Domes for a Relaxing Staycation in Malaysia
Discovering the Land of Mat Kilau
The State of Selangor – A Home to Gastronomical Delights
8 Interesting Things to See & Do in Perlis!
7 Things to Do in Teluk Intan & Bagan Datuk That You Might Not Know!
5 Beautiful Glamping Domes for a Relaxing Staycation in Malaysia

By SHAHIDA SAKERI on July 6, 2021

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If glamping dome intrigues you, check out our list for some of the glamping domes that you can find in Malaysia.

Discovering the Land of Mat Kilau

By SHAHIDA SAKERI on February 16, 2017

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There have been many great individuals who had fought for the country’s independence, including Pahang’s Mat Kilau whose name was so significant that his name remains unforgettable.

The State of Selangor – A Home to Gastronomical Delights

By TOURISM SELANGOR on June 2, 2020

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Due to Selangor’s history of former migration back in the early years, some of its settlers were people from different background and country that have resulted Selangor to become culturally diverse. Hence, making the food rich in flavours!

8 Interesting Things to See & Do in Perlis!

By FARAH FARHANA FUAD on April 28, 2021

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There have been many great individuals who had fought for the country’s independence, including Pahang’s Mat Kilau whose name was so significant that his name remains unforgettable.

Teluk Intan & Bagan Datuk

January 22, 2021 by FARAH FARHANA FUAD

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Teluk Intan and Bagan Datuk are among the domestic destinations in Malaysia that are underrated and worth travellers’ consideration.

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By Adela Roslan

Crystal clear water around Kapas Island

Months of staying at home without socialising to prevent the spread of COVID-19 can be paralysing.

When the economy reopens, interstate travel is allowed and Malaysia reaches herd immunity;  find your way into nature.

Kapas Island
LOGO-MALAYSIA-PRIHATIN

Gaya Travel Magazine wishes all Malaysians meaningful National Day and Malaysia Day celebrations.

Malaysia is celebrating Independence Day on 31 August 2021 with the slogan this year “Malaysia Prihatin”. Subsequently, we will be celebrating Malaysia Day on 16 September 2021 to commemorate the establishment of the Malaysian federation on the same date in 1963. This event saw the union of Malaya, North Borneo, Sarawak, and Singapore into a single state.

OUR COUNTRY, OUR STORY.

About Malaysia

Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia with Kuala Lumpur as its capital city.

As a melting pot of cultures in Southeast Asia, Malaysia prides itself with multi-ethnic and multi-cultural, that subsequently make the country a confluence of unique lifestyles from foods, festivals, customary clothes, buildings, houses and many more.

About half the population is ethnically Malay, with minorities of Chinese, Indians, and indigenous peoples.

It is basically easy and safe to travel in Malaysia for any foreign visitors.

Find out all the destinations in Malaysia here.

Mount Kinabalu
ATV in Kemensah
Selangor

ATV Adventure Park

All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) is a must try activity and you are expected to have an ecstatic moment while riding the four-wheeled motorbike. The sound of the revving engine alone was enough to pump up the adrenaline in my body.

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ASEAN

How City Girls Should Enjoy Labuan

My first trip to Labuan was an eye-opener as I never thought that a small island like this has many fascinating spots that can actually be charming! Read on to see the highlights of my trip that I think any city girl would adore!

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Snapshot Malaysia

Issue 16.1 – Can’t Wait to Travel Again!

We can’t wait to get the chance to fly across the seas again, even if it means to only visit Sabah, Sarawak and the Federal Territory of Labuan unhindered, all located on Malaysian Borneo.

Gaya Travel Magazine Issue 16.1
 
 
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