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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
“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?
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!
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 […]
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.
From local cuisine to French dining and Middle Eastern fare, foodies could easily travel internationally through their palates and tummies without having to leave Kuala Lumpur (KL). KUKUS STIM HABIS! Located in Glenmarie Shah Alam, ‘Kukus Stim Habis!’ serves local cuisine and keeping it all Malaysian by naming the dishes with Malaysian slangs. The Master Dulang set offers four different sambals (spicy condiments) and Alakazam whole leg fried chicken. Be sure to also taste the Malaysian all-time favourite: Nasi Lemak Kukus Basmathi (steamed Basmathi rice cooked in coconut milk) Website: Kukus Stim Habis! THE MAJAPAHIT This is the place to celebrate the authentically delicious Indonesian, Thai, Malay and Vietnamese flavours all under one roof. Located at the Arcoris Mont Kiara, The Majapahit interiors combine modernity […]
Kuala Lumpur (KL), like other modern metropolises, is not short of mega malls and Ikeas. But looking past all the humdrum of Western-inspired modernity, there are many hidden gems in the city that are authentically local. Here are five tips to make your experience in KL unique.
Kunming, the capital of Yunnan province in China, is dubbed as the City of Eternal Spring, because it enjoys Spring-like weather all year-round. Being only four hours’ flight from KLIA2 on AirAsia, let’s check out why Kunming should be on your bucket list.
There’s a famous quote which goes: “It isn’t about the destination, it’s about the journey”. Although the saying defines the journey of life, it can also be adapted to the experience of travelling. Sure, we may not always have the budget to go on foreign and exotic holidays. But local destinations can prove to be just as exciting, especially when you factor in the beautiful journey to get there. With a combination of nature and culture, road trips across Malaysia offer the chance for such a worthwhile experience. This is especially true when you share that journey with someone you are close with. Here, we list down 5 beautiful road trips in Malaysia you should take once in your lifetime. 1. […]
Sheraton Petaling Jaya is strategically located and has strong reputation in providing timeless quality, reliable service and fuss-free accommodation minus the fads, including stimulating food and beverage offerings.