Although The Everly Putrajaya Hotel does not have a distinctive façade, it is still my favourite hotel in Putrajaya because it is connected to the Alamanda Shopping Centre in Precinct … Read More
The country’s first and biggest tethered balloon ride is offered at Skyrides Festivals Park in Putrajaya.
Tucked within the 28-acre Anjung Floria in Putrajaya is the China-Malaysia Friendship Garden, established to mark the 40th year of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Although initially scheduled for four days only from 29th October, Putrajaya International Islamic Arts & Culture Festival 2015 (PIIACUF 2015) has been extended until 8th November, 2015 due to popular … Read More
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.
The explosive street art scene first in Georgetown, Penang, then spread to the rest of Malaysia and even Singapore, could be attributed single-handedly to Lithuanian artist, Ernest Zacharevic.
During a recent media familiarisation trip to Penang at the invitation of Gaya Travel Magazine and Tourism Malaysia Penang, we made a lunch stop at Jawi House Café Gallery, a … Read More
The honey pickles produced by Pak Ali Food Industries Sdn. Bhd. are snacks that are difficult to resist.
Dubbed Asia’s Hidden Eden, Penang’s Tropical Spice Garden in Teluk Bahang, is spread across eight acres of secondary jungle, of which 4.5 acres are open to the public.
Wedged in a row of shop houses along Jalan Green Hall in Georgetown, with an unassuming facade is Penang Time Tunnel, the History Museum.