While May’s public holidays, school breaks and long weekends may be very different this year with travel or day trip plans postponed, digital travel platform Agoda shows how you can still explore the globe, shake off that cabin fever and experience what the world has to offer, all without leaving your own home.
Your friend is getting married. Cue the excitement!
In honour of her few last moments as a single lady, you and your friends might want to throw her a bridal shower party. The question is: where? Though planning it could be fun, you might spend half of the time scratching your head in finding the right venue. So, to help you get started, these are several beautiful eateries in Klang Valley that serve delicious food and suitable for bridal shower, in no particular order.
Dining out with your little ones can be difficult at times. Pick a wrong restaurant, and you’ll end up with restless tots and food that are challenging for them to consume. Fortunately, more and more eateries these days are becoming children-friendly, primed with facilities and menus that promise enriching experience for families.
It’s that time of the year again – everyone’s favorite holiday and the perfect excuse to indulge in endless feasting and shopping. Instead of opting for conventional festivities, why not celebrate while also clocking in good karma points? Check out these five destinations that are putting their own joyous spin to Christmas and see how you can be part of celebrations that make a difference – a Christmas you certainly will not forget.
Temerloh, Jerantut, and Kuala Lipis are major towns in the state of Pahang situated right in the middle of Peninsular Malaysia surrounded by mountains and rainforests. Just because these towns are not mentioned often due to their remote locations does not mean they are short of interesting things to offer.
For some of us, travelling is an essential part of life – to experience new places and different cultures. It takes us out of our comfort zone and gives us eye-opening experiences and a sense of freedom. But when you travel in groups, you sometimes don’t get the chance to do everything you want to do. Sometimes, you just need to go at it alone, just you and the open road.
Choosing a pleasant place to stay is crucial before going on a vacation. In our previous listicle, we have mentioned top 9 activities you can do when in Tioman. It is now time to pick the place for you to stay in Tioman, which helps in making your visit to the island more memorable!
When you’re going to an island, you definitely have your own bucket list on what to do there. Check the following activities to see whether you would like to do them when you are in Tioman, which are quite varied!
We all love a good holiday – this means eating lots of good food, taking aspirational photos, and having once-in-a-lifetime experiences. There’s no reason these all can’t happen at once… make your travel dreams come true with these innovative afternoon teas!
The city of Solo, formally addressed as Surakarta, is an off-shoot of the Mataram Sultanate and was founded almost three hundred years ago. It is small in scale but big in culture and heritage, ideal for a relaxing getaway.
The eastern end of tree lined Collins Street has been known colloquially as the ‘Paris End’ with its heritage buildings and high-end boutiques but Melbourne’s best buttery flaky baked good can be found beyond the inner-city precinct.
Almost every year Malaysia has to tolerate the transboundary haze that affects air visibility, and contribute to respiratory issues. In September 2019, the haze sadly affected parts of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, and it even makes it way to southern Thailand and southern Indochina.
When it comes to vacation, it’s always the big cities that get the spotlight, no matter which part of the world. For a refreshing break, how about venturing out of the cities and head to the small towns instead?
World-famous for its dazzling wildflowers, Western Australia is home to the largest collection of flowers on Earth, with colourful blooms of more than 12,000 species; 60 per cent of which can’t be found anywhere else on the planet.
It’s no secret that Asia Pacific is home to some of the world’s most scenic hiking spots and breathtaking views. Hiking has become increasingly popular as a weekend or holiday activity, especially amongst travellers keen to seek reprieve from hectic city life and keep one’s fitness goals on track, all while spending quality time with friends and loved ones.
Staying true to its title as the Jewel of Kedah, Langkawi has long been one of Malaysia’s favourite destinations that offers wonderful natural wonders, world-class hotels and resorts, exciting water-based activities and happening events all-year long.