While the global travel is taking a backseat due to the current pandemic, Malaysian tourism continues to make waves – virtually. A promotional video released by Tourism Malaysia has reached the juries of The Telly Awards based in New York, USA and won the silver award for Non-Broadcast under the Travel/Tourism category 2020.
From romantic getaways to family reunions, weddings, stag and hen weekends, travel has long been considered a group activity. But travel trends are changing: in recent years, more people have embraced solo travel to satisfy desire for alone time. To investigate this growing phenomenon, Klook, a world-leading travel activities and services booking platform, commissioned a Solo Travel study conducted by YouGov, which found that the vast majority of travellers are interested in hitting the road alone – regardless of age, gender, or nationality.
All aboard! The 9pm, 30 October 2019 Train To Busan from Resorts World Genting is about to depart. Stopping at all stations, including the zombie- infected Seoul Station, the over-run Daejeon station platform and the toxic Chemical Cargo Train en route to Busan. Have a pleasant trip. It is a journey that you’ll never forget. We promise.
A total of 25 social media influencers and key opinion leaders from nine ASEAN countries are taking part in the Malaysia-ASEAN Tourism Influencers Key Opinion Leaders Programme (MAIKOL) from 26 August until 1 September 2019.
SMEBizTravel platform, an all-encompassing platform tailored for commercial businesses is launched in Malaysia today. This travel booking platform utilizes cutting-edge technology to provide businesses in Malaysia a business travel solution that is innovative and user-friendly.
Malaysia welcomed a whopping 13.35 million international tourists and recorded a 6.8% growth in tourist receipts, thus contributing RM41.69 billion to the country’s revenue during the first half of 2019.
Traveloka, the leading technology company that provides
online travel and lifestyle booking services for local and international destinations is proud to
present for the very first time, Traveloka Malaysia’s Hotel Awards!
To encourage higher spiritual attainment among devotees, many mosques in Malaysia incorporate splendid Islamic designs. Stepping into these mosques should fill worshippers with tranquility and the feeling of love and remembrance towards Allah the Almighty. As such, Gaya Travel Magazine has come up with a list of seven beautiful mosques that can help you in finding solace and peace.