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Malaysians are among the most likely to become more open-minded and tolerant of others and learn something new as a result of a holiday.
What type of traveller relies least on hotel reviews? A recent survey by Agoda.com has that answer.
The world’s friendliest destination for Muslim travellers, according to a survey released earlier this year, is Malaysia. However, Japan has shown the most improvement as it ramps up efforts to cash in on a growing market.
Visitors can expect a festive atmosphere at the country’s celebration of tourism.
Who needs man-made pools when you have these at hand!
Finding wine beyond the Rhone, Yarra and Napa Valleys.
AirAsia’s loyalty programme awards two lucky individuals with a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Australasia dominates list of world’s friendliest cities.
With the release of the list, Langkawi’s Privilege Restaurant & Bar is named international travellers’ favourite Malaysian restaurant.
A recent survey looks at the severity of hotel room pilfering by the nationality of the guests.
Visitors now have a good reason to spend a day of quality time with their loved ones with new additions at the City of Digital Lights.
It is situated at a fashionable address, and is clearly classy and elegant.
‘Bleasure’ – referring to business and leisure – is a growing trend among business travellers.
Hilton Phuket Arcadia Resort and Spa offers not just plush rooms but plenty of on-site activities for a fun-filled holiday.
KL restaurant honoured with Certificate of Excellence.
During his involvement with non-governmental organisations across South-East Asia, Tan Jo Hann crossed paths with coffee-centric communities in different parts of the region.
Thai food is often associated with spicy tom yam but there is a wider selection of dishes than just that.
Malaysia is tops for Muslim travel
14 naturally awesome swimming pools
5 unexpected wine tourism destinations
World Tourism Day comes to Malaysia
The importance of hotel reviews
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