Adela Roslan

Adela Roslan has been contributed to a whooping 13 articles.

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  Encouraging more people to experience the outdoors has always been close to my heart ever since I started hiking back in 2015. As for Fjällräven – the Swedish company specialising in outdoor equipment such as clothing and rucksacks – it was the love towards nature that prompted the company in sending out its own

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After the successfully fulfilling and scrumptious Eat Travel Write 1.0 until 3.0 programmes, Selangor Economic Planning Unit (UPEN) collaborates with Gaya Travel Magazine team again to uncover Selangor’s hidden gems and worthy places to dine in the fourth culinary adventure called Eat.Travel.Write (ETW) 4.0. This time around, the programme brought 30 local and international journalists

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From 16 until 18 December 2015, Putrajaya Corporation collaborated with Gaya Travel Magazine to promote Putrajaya’s culinary offerings through a media familiarisation programme called Eat.Travel.Write Putrajaya Food Trail 2015. A group of 40 persons comprising food lovers, bloggers and media friends participated in the fun-filled three-day and two-night programme, which included tasks that we had

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Due to the overwhelming success of Eat.Travel.Write Selangor Culinary Adventure 1.0 2015, Selangor State Economic Planning (UPEN) collaborates with Gaya Travel, again, in organising the food trail journey to the southern part of Selangor from 27 until 30 November 2015. This time around, Gaya Travel readers were also invited to join in the fun! A

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Due to the resounding success in the previous year, Kembara Kraf Selangor (KKS) came back again this year from the 9th until the 11th of October 2015 to promote potential arts and crafts products around Selangor. This 3-day and 2-night programme was participated by 20 media friends and influencers. The Selangor State Economic Planning Unit

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Exploring Redang’s Underwater Wonders Diving in Malaysia is simply an outstanding experience since awesome marine life and corals can be found in particular places throughout the country. The country itself is separated into two distinct regions that offers great diving experience: the Malaysian Borneo with diving hot spots like Sipadan, Layang Layang and Mabul; and

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Eating Non-Stop from Kuala Selangor to Sabak Bernam From 11 until 14 June 2015, Gaya Travel Magazine teamed up with the Selangor State Planning Unit in organising a programme called Eat.Travel.Write Selangor Culinary Adventure 2015, which was essentially a gastronomic exploration trail to promote the local and traditional culinary offerings that can be found along

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On 16-18 May 2015, the Cooperatives Commission of Malaysia (SKM), in collaboration with Gaya Travel Magazine, organised a familiarisation trip to Johor called Jom Jelajah Koperasi (Let’s Explore the Cooperatives) Johor 2015. The participants of the trip, comprising 25 representatives of various local media organisations and SKM officials, visited selected cooperative companies in Johor as

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Putrajaya Enchanted Night The Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia (MOTAC), in collaboration with Gaya Travel Magazine, organised the three-day programme called Eat.Travel.Night Magic of the Night (MOTN) 2015 from 28 until 30 May 2015. This programme was joined by selected media, bloggers and travel agencies to experience and promote interesting tourism attractions in Putrajaya

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Last 8 to 10 March 2015, Gaya Travel team with a small group of 10 persons comprising local media and tourism staff participated in the The Hidden Arts and Malay Culture programme, which intended to publicise the less known Kelantan Malay traditional crafts to the public so as to promote and conserve them for future

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If Maldives is famous for its wondrous island resorts sitting on pristine white atolls, Sabah on the other hand is popular as the tropical getaway not just due to its clear waters and amazing underwater marine life but also its wondrous flora and fauna, local culture, highlands and mountains. Backpackers – like my mates and I from UiTM Shah Alam Recreational Club comprising young mountain climbers – usually go for both so as to stretch our budget while experiencing what this impressive state has to offer.