Dash Resort Langkawi’s setting is simply perfect – nestled in the cove of Pantai Tengah, with the breeze from the Andaman Sea gently kissing one’s face as the bright blue sky greets holidaymakers happily.
Rich in natural and cultural heritage, Malaysia continues to promote its national heritage and believes that this would bring a positive impact to society. Malaysia’s Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohammadin Ketapi went on to declare an additional 255 heritage items and sites recently, a steady increase from the years before to further drive economic growth, specifically through Heritage Tourism.
Built three years ago and owned by the Kedah State Government under the state’s Menteri Besar’s (Chief Minister’s) Office, Gaya Travel Magazine team finds that Adya Hotel Langkawi is one of the best choices of stay in Langkawi, especially for business travellers or groups of families that enjoy shopping. Strategically located in Kuah, close to various shops and eateries, this new 207-room 12-storey Shariah-compliant fuss free accommodation offers sweeping views of Kuah, the surrounding waters and lovely horizon where the sun rises, more advantageous to those who stay on the upper floors. Adya Hotel Langkawi’s sumptuous Executive rooms – located at the corner of each level – are highly recommended for its space and view. Since opening, Adya Hotel Langkawi has steadily […]
Kedah Darul Aman or also known as the Rice Bowl State is located in the northern part of Malaysia. Its plain and levelled topography has contributed significantly to it being the largest producer of rice in Malaysia.
Blessed with 99 islands, Langkawi promises to be an unforgettable holiday destination. This island has been declared a duty-free island in 1987, and locals especially, flock to Langkawi to shop for chocolates and crockery! Langkawi is truly a tourist destination, so much so that the Government relocated all existing factories to the mainland, in order to keep the Langkawi air clean. So gone are the factories, except for one – the humongous Lafarge cement factory, which cannot be relocated due to the nature of its operations. We figured Langkawi has something for everyone – the laze around type, the shoppers, the business travellers, and even the adventure seekers. But no matter what type of traveller you are, The Gaya Travellers would like […]