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welcome dinner KCC1M Gaya Travel Magazine

The delegates under the Kembara Cuti-Cuti 1Malaysia media familiarisation trip were given a warm welcome at the official dinner hosted at ibis Styles Hotel in Ipoh. Entertainment throughout the evening was provided by artistes from The Royal Malaysian Navy, who came to Ipoh all the way from their naval base in Lumut, Perak. The trip to Perak ... continue reading »

The Great Wall of China

Mar 27, 2015 Author: Emily | Filed under: Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
Great Wall of China

It is said that if you have not been to The Great Wall of China, you have not been to China. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Great Wall welcomes millions of tourists who attempt to climb up the wall to its peak. Listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the New World, The ... continue reading »

Rosedale Hotel Beijing

Said to be located in an elite area of Chao Yang District, in the eastern part of Beijing, Rosedale Hotel & Suites in Beijing, China, is a business class hotel, rated four-star, although it does not feature a swimming pool. It is one of five hotels in the chain. The others are in Guangzhou, Hong Kong, ... continue reading »

Padang Restaurant Beijing China

Spotting a tropical garden concept, Padang Restaurant in Beijing which serves mainly Indonesian cuisine, is believed to be the largest Indonesian restaurant outside Indonesia. Owned by a Chinese Muslim by the name of Yusuf Ma, the decoration of this Padang Restaurant was to the tune of ¥10 million, mostly imported from Indonesia. Opened in December 8, 2012, ... continue reading »

Jalinan Muhibbah Media Perak Malaysia ke Beijing China 2015

Led by the Prime Minister's Press Secretary, Datuk Akmar Hisham Mokhles, a delegation of media representatives under the Perak Media Sports and Welfare Club where Datuk Akmar is the adviser, and selected non-government organisations, undertook a challenging goodwill expedition to Beijing, China last week, in the wake of the first anniversary of the loss of ... continue reading »

Art in Transit North East Line MRT Singapore

The North East Line (purple) was the first MRT route that was adopted by the Singapore government to launch Art in Transit, the city-state's largest public art programme to celebrate local artistic talent. The second one was the Circle Line (yellow), and then there's a new programme at Downtown Line (blue), although the programme along Downntown ... continue reading »

art in transit circle line

Art in Transit is the largest public art programme by the Singapore government to celebrate local talent. With a budget of SGD5.9 million, the first project was the North East Line (purple), where we can now find art in all stations along this line. Following its success, the pogramme expanded to the Circle Line (yellow) but artworks ... continue reading »

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