Spend your holiday getting up close and personal with nature when you visit Sandakan, also known as the Nature City. You and your family will definitely find Sabah’s second largest city exciting, educational and memorable because it offers the chance to discover to witness Borneo’s flora and fauna in real life!
By Shafira Natasya on November 22, 2018
It is human nature to love beautiful things, and those things could even be as simple as flowers! You would definitely feel that the world is a better place whenever you walk along a path flanked by vibrant-coloured flowers under the clear blue sky, wouldn’t you? For such wonderful experience in Asia, do take time to discover the following places that are sure to uplift your spirits!
By Shafira Natasya on November 21, 2018
After a few days desperately scrambling for interviews and reliable sources, I finally found their favourite food which fans can find them right here in Malaysia!
By Aina Nabiha on November 19, 2018
Melaka, a UNESCO World Heritage City, is no doubt charming. Its historical gems are among the best in the region, attracting travellers around the globe. But besides historical sites, Melaka actually has more to offer that make it ideal for family vacation.
By Muhammad Hasif Mohd Jelani on November 19, 2018
As the holiday season approaches, all parents alike will be on the search for places to bring their families around to ensure that the breaks are well-spent. Why not consider Perak, a state that boasts numerous family-friendly attractions? From natural wonders to huge fun theme park, Perak can be the ideal place for you to create memories with your families!
By Shafira Natasya on November 16, 2018
Here is your 7 reason to visit Pahang’s hidden gem Lanjut Beach and Golf Resort that is surrounded by beautiful coastline and lots of seafood in Rompin
By Aina Nabiha on November 14, 2018
It’s impossible to squeeze all the great locations in Kuala Lumpur in one visit, but if you must, we’d like to come to the rescue! From visiting the latest museums to taking a haunted places tour, these are some of the best things to do to acquaint yourself with the Kuala Lumpur’s nooks and crannies, and how to have fun while at it!
By Shafira Natasya on November 12, 2018
Selangor is a state that boasts endless shopping malls, huge theme parks and colourful gleaming lights like i-City. It’s exciting for sure, but should you and your family wish to break free from the noises and the crowds for a while, the following are some of the places that you should consider.
By Shafira Natasya on November 12, 2018
Still thinking of where to spend your time this year-end holiday? Think no further as there are a lot of attractions that families can enjoy in Putrajaya.
By Muhammad Hasif Mohd Jelani on November 12, 2018
November seems to be a great time to explore Kuala Lumpur, with Urbanscapes Festival taking place from now till 18 November across multiple city spots.
By Urbanscapes on November 9, 2018
Hello Potterheads, still waiting for an owl to bring your acceptance letter into Hogwarts? Fret not, for here are the seven places to immerse yourself into magical world of Harry Potter that you had always dreamt of!
By Shafira Natasya on November 2, 2018
Newly launched experiences taking in the Great Barrier Reef and the world’s oldest rainforest offer more ways to explore the only destination with two World Heritage areas side by side, Tropical North Queensland.
By Tourism Tropical North Queensland on October 31, 2018
Airbnb unveils five unique local Airbnb Homes listings in Malaysia that have been “wish listed” by several travellers.
By Airbnb on October 26, 2018
From self-driving to relaxing aboard a scenic rail journey, Malaysian visitors can enjoy multiple choices of transportation in New Zealand.
By Tourism New Zealand on October 25, 2018
It’s time to embrace your sense of adventure, challenge your fear and pump your adrenaline by doing these extremely fun activities!
By Shafira Natasya on October 25, 2018
Travelling during such difficult times might seem like a wild idea, but it helps. It takes off the negative, consuming thoughts out of your head and replaces it with happier ones. Here are seven places you can go to cure that lovesickness.
By Aina Nabiha on October 25, 2018
Being the third ‘Rentak Selangor’ event held by the state government, the programme brought members of the media to discover what Selangor has to offer, not only in terms of tourism attractions but also traditional performing arts and musical heritage.
By Nursyazwani Roslan on October 24, 2018
Situated right smack in Singapore’s lively neighbourhood, here are your 10 fail-proof vacation tips list with Mercure Singapore on Stevens
By Mercure Singapore on Stevens on October 24, 2018
Despite the modernization and development of Selangor, the state is lucky to have been bestowed with various natural resources such as tropical rainforests and waterfalls that have become a gem to Selangor, thus, making it a tourist attraction.
By Tourism Selangor on October 8, 2018
“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, they say.
What better way to find such treasures than scouring the flea markets to find antiques, vintages, bric-a-brac and even things you wouldn’t even know exist?
By Shafira Natasya on October 8, 2018
It’s time to plan a family getaway at Novotel Hua Hin Cha Am Beach Resort & Spa and create memories that will last a lifetime.
By Shahida Sakeri on October 8, 2018
The beginning of October usually means two things: it is either Christmas being only two months away or Halloween! For those who love the spirit of Halloween and mysticism of the paranormal, here are seven places you can go for that horrifically satisfying experience!
By Aina Nabiha on October 5, 2018
Royal Belum State Park in northern Perak is a 130-million-year-old rainforest, a fact that not only put the park on the world map, but also Malaysia for having the world’s oldest rainforest. Interestingly, Royal Belum State Park was only discovered around 200 years ago by a couple of Siamese royalties. The British then took over the forest and included it as part of Perak through the Anglo-Siamese Treaty 1909.
By Muhammad Hasif Mohd Jelani on October 2, 2018
When you look into New Zealand tourism you’ll find virtually limitless activities. Most of them, however, tend to involve adventure and exploration – generally daytime activities. From long hikes through otherworldly terrain, to watersports at famous beaches, to becoming Bilbo Baggins, there’s a whole lot to do all over the country. What we tend to read a little bit less about though is how to have fun in the cities once the sun goes down. This might also be partly because fun after sunset can be self-explanatory. You can typically ask around about the recommended bars and restaurants and be set for the duration of your trip. It never hurts to have more of a plan, however, which is why I’m taking […]
By Kelly McFarland on September 19, 2018
Topping the blockbuster list as the first all-Asian cast movie since 25 years ago, Crazy Rich Asians is feeding its frenzy globally. Led by Malaysian sweethearts Henry Golding and Michelle Yeoh, the movie also features a number of local venues that boast extravagance. But you don’t have to be a crazy, rich Asian to indulge. Other than the sets shown in the movie, here are six places you can go for a grandeur expedition.
By Aina Nabiha on September 12, 2018