A stay at the Perak Agrotourism Resort (PATRO)

During our recent trip to Perak after we visited Belum and Ipoh, we stopped over at the Perak Agrotourism Resort (PATRO) located at Sungai Galah in Tanjung Tualang… This beautiful agrotourism resort was actually launched in May 2016 by His Royal Highness Sultan Nazrin Muizzudin Shah and combines agricultural and tourism elements on 670 acres…

Tourism Selangor #TakeMeAnywhere FAM Trip – Part 1

So thanks to Tourism Selangor, yours truly was on a recent FAM trip around Petaling, Kuala Langat and Sepang, giving me an opportunity to learn about more new places as well as also realizing and ticking off some bucket lists… So here are the places we visited… in two parts…. We flagged off or rather…

MITA – Langkawi B2B 2018

So yours truly was in Langkawi recently with the Malaysian Inbound Tourism Association (MITA) team and other travel agents etc where MITA made the commitment to boost up Langkawi as the number one prime holiday destination… With that in mind, MITA held the Langkawi Tourism Business Networking event at Ombak Villa Langkawi where more than…

Labuan – Kampung Layang-Layangan and Palm Beach Resort & Spa

I was delirious with excitement when I was one of the selected to get to visit Labuan since I have never visited it before… however when I told my friends I was going there for one whole week, they gave me that incredulous look and asked me if I knew Labuan was actually a pretty…

Rentak Selangor 2018 – Mah Meri in Pulau Carey

Rentak Selangor or the Beats of Selangor a trip by Gaya Travel and UPEN Selangor is, of course, a build up to the main event which will be the Visit Malaysia Year 2020… and it is also coincides as part of the Eco Tourism Masterplan… since it incorporates homestays, villages and places off the beaten…

Rentak Selangor 2018 – Kampung Sungai Haji Dorani

This quaint little Kampung Sungai Haji Dorani is the ideal place for a refreshing respite from the busy everyday city life. With lovely irrigation canals said to be built by the British for the rice fields all those years ago, and sandwiched between vast rice fields which were however bare when we were there…