You have searched for "tour leader"

Showing 1-10 of 169

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance

Opportunity to be certified as travel consultants

A letter from KT LIM, Kuala Lumpur.

Cycling - Herrada wins stage six, Teuns in red at Vuelta

ARES DEL MAESTRAT, Spain (Reuters) - Jesus Herrada rode to victory on stage six of the Vuelta a Espana as Dylan Teuns claimed the leader's jersey after finishing second.

The thrill of the chill in Japan

Tohoku, a relatively unknown region in Japan’s Honshu island, has a lot to offer curious visitors – especially in winter.

Malaysia’s women tour guides are paving the way for travel

For female tour guides, work can sometimes be overwhelming. But nothing beats the satisfaction of globetrotting with – and caring for – curious tourists.

Travel agencies in Malaysia may leave out London over Brexit

PETALING JAYA: Travel agencies may change their itinerary and exclude London as a destination from their tours to Europe should there be immigration problems due to Brexit.

Why being late while travelling might be a good thing

It may be difficult to cope with how fast the world is changing, but we need to adapt to these changes as best as we can, and to find time to pause and reflect.

Travel with the right intentions

When it comes to travelling, it’s not the destination that matters but rather, the journey.

Amusing observations of an experienced tour leader

In all his years of being in the travel industry, this tour leader has met so many interesting tourists and lived through countless travel experiences. Here are just some of his stories from his latest trip.

Ministry keeping tabs on foreign tour companies

KOTA KINABALU: The Tourism, Culture and Environment Ministry is working closely with enforcement authorities as well as tour agents to tackle problems involving local companies being proxies to foreign tour companies, particularly from China and Korea.

Ministry to act against ‘proxy’ tour agents

KOTA KINABALU: Enforcement measures have been taken against local tour operators acting as proxies for foreign tour companies particularly from China and Korea, the State Assembly was told.