The lesson to be had is this: travellers are urged not only to research on the weather forecast but also the air quality or pollution index of the places they are heading to as part of their travel preparation, which becomes increasingly pertinent in this day and age.
And in 2019 and beyond, Gaya Travel Magazine intends to continue inspiring readers, like what we have always done, by featuring ideas and articles that readers would find useful and enriching, come what may.
Fascinatingly, these throngs of travellers, undeterred by the chilling breeze from the South China Sea, were gearing up for the Hong Kong’ annual Lunar New Year night parade where the streets would be jam-packed with festival-goers and performers.
Gaya Travel Magazine recently sat down for an exclusive interview with Madam Noorul Ashikin Binti Mohd Din, General Manager of Tourism Selangor to understand her vision on marketing Selangor as a top-of-mind destination.
Gaya Travel Magazine recently sat down for an exclusive interview with The Honourable Datuk Abdul Rashid bin Asari, Executive Councillor for Tourism, Culture, Malay Customs and Heritage Selangor to understand his vision on enhancing Selangor’s tourism competitiveness. 1. What are Selangor’s plans to enhance its tourism competitiveness? Does the state provide incentives to the tourism industry players so that they can boost their businesses? We rely on rich natural resources and competitive prices to appeal to tourists. The industry players also tend to be global, through our open policies. We realise the strategic role that tourism plays in creating opportunities and support the sector proactively. There are still gaps in terms of infrastructure (air, road, tourism service infrastructure) and ICT readiness within the industry, which […]
Youthful, charismatic and forward-thinking, YAB Dato’ Menteri Besar Selangor shares with us on how important tourism is to Selangor and what plans does the state have to further boost tourist arrivals.
DHC Corporation (Head office: Tokyo, Japan, Chairman & CEO Yoshiaki Yoshida) is holding a free gift giveaway from December 18, 2018, to celebrate the first anniversary of DHC JAPAN TAX-FREE, an information website designed for visitors to Japan
By the time we finish putting together this issue, we are already nearing the end of 2018. It also means that we are entering the period when people are starting to travel for the upcoming year-end and new year holidays – there is no better time for readers to pick up a copy of Gaya Travel Magazine or read it online.
Gaya Travel Magazine loves the towns or cities enlisted as part of the World Heritage Sites due to their enduring heritage, culture, quaintness, nostalgia and photogenic quality. When being in South East Asia, how about discovering the UNESCO Heritage Towns/Cities located within the ASEAN region for lessons on the destination’s history and intimate vibe?
Labuan Corporation, together with Gaya Travel Magazine will organize a social media contest, starting from today until 23 December 2018. This contest comprises three (3) categories such as ‘Best Video’, ‘Best Story’ and ‘Best Photo’ with a total of RM19,500 cash prizes to be won.
Labuan Corporations together with Gaya Travel Magazine are proud to announce #MyLabuanStory, an #ExploreLabuanContest! That being said, members of the media, bloggers, influencers, photographers and you (yes, you!), are cordially invited to participate. Grab your chance to win up to RM19 500 cash prizes! Categories Best Video Best Write Up Best Photo Mechanism – Best Video Video duration must be within one (1) to two (2) minutes Upload on contestants personal Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or YouTube channel Social media accounts must be public All postings must tag @gayatravel and @perbadananlabuan All postings must hashtag #MyLabuanStory, #ExploreLabuanContest, #ExploreLabuan, #GayaTravel Mechanism – Best Write Up Write a story on Labuan either in Bahasa Malaysia or English Must not exceed 300 words Email to email@example.com Mechanism – […]
It would truly be a shame if travellers entirely give Lombok a miss just because of the earthquake, since the island has so much to offer. Travellers will also be doing a noble cause by helping Lombok return to normalcy when they visit and spend money on the island, boosting the local economy.