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11 June 2017

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Celes Beachfront Resorts Koh Samui New 5 Stars Hotel

Those who want to experience luxury in Samui, this new hotel is one of your new choice. Located only a few minutes from airport, you can reach Celes Beachfront Resorts Koh Samui New 5 Stars Hotel.














09 June 2017

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SUPERPRO SAMUI Thailand Muay Thai

SUPERPRO SAMUI Thailand Muay Thai & MMA Training Camp & Resort in Koh Samui. Located on the beautiful and popular island of Koh Samui in Thailand. This Superpro Muay Thai Samui is the best quality Muay Thai Camp and Muay Thai School Thailand has to offer. 

SuperPro Samui are the No.1 Muay Thai Martial Arts, Mixed Martial Arts Camp, Muay Thai MMA Training Center and Fitness Resort in Thailand. They offer Muay Thai, MMA and fitness classes on Koh Samui for people of all levels and all ages. 

Everybody is welcome and can enjoy the benefits of learning Muay thai, MMA and fitness in their classes which are designed to accomplish everybody’s personal goals








08 June 2017

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Cheap Muslim Halal Foods In Koh Samui

If you are Muslim and travel to Koh Samui, this restaurant a must visit place for you. The call this Melayu Samui Seafood and located at Malay Village in Koh Samui.

They served variety of Muslim Halal Foods especially seafood menu. There are lovely crab, squid, prawn and also chicken menu to try. Its delicious and of course its cheap.


Cheap Muslim Halal Foods In Koh Samui







06 June 2017

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Want To Try Some Activities In Koh Samui? Try Namuang Safari Park Samui

If you are planning to visit Koh Samui, we recommend you to try this location. After swim and enjoy the seaside views, this is the place that you can try. Namuang Safari Park Samui. Located in between 20km from Samui Airport and Chaweng Beach.

Namuang Safari Park Samui










01 June 2017

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Explore Dubai For Less With My Emirates Pass

Emirates’ customers can explore more of Dubai this summer by enjoying exclusive offers and discounts across the city with My Emirates Pass, which turns the Emirates boarding pass into an exclusive membership card.

Those flying to or through Dubai between 1 June and 31 August 2017 can take advantage of a range of offers at some of Dubai's best known hotspots by simply showing their Emirates boarding pass* and a valid form of identification. Special fares to Dubai this summer start from RM4,409 for all-in return Economy class. Flight bookings have to be made until 12 June, for travel until 31 December this year. 

My Emirates Pass gives customers special discounts at over 120 world class restaurants and hotel dining outlets in Dubai. Exclusive offers are also available on a range of leisure activities including visits to championship golf courses, thrilling theme parks or luxury spas across the city. To see all My Emirates Pass offers, please visit us at http://www.emirates.com/emiratespass


Explore Dubai For Less With My Emirates Pass




With year-round sunshine, world-class shopping and restaurants, stunning beaches and iconic buildings, Dubai offers something for the whole family. Visitors to Dubai can use My Emirates Pass to enjoy some of the city’s newest attractions including must-see places like Dubai Parks and Resorts featuring three theme parks: Bollywood Parks™ Dubai, MOTIONGATE™ Dubai, as well as the region’s first LEGOLAND® Park and LEGOLAND® Water Park.

Emirates’ hub in Dubai provides direct connections to over 150 cities in 80 countries including its latest destination, Zagreb, to be launched this week. The airline offers excellent on board service from an international cabin crew who come from 135 nationalities and speak over 60 languages.  With lie-flat beds in Business Class, the largest in-seat screens in the world in Economy class at 13.3 inches and more than 2,500 channels of on-demand entertainment on the award-winning inflight entertainment system, ice Digital Widescreen, Emirates provides quality products and value for money.

Those travelling with children can take advantage of the extensive family offering from priority boarding across all airports to special kid’s meals, dedicated children’s entertainment on ice and exclusive toys and Lonely Planet Kids activity bags on board. Emirates is the only airline to operate an all Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 fleet, further elevating the passenger experience on board through a modern, state-of-the-art wide-body fleet. 

For more information on Emirates, including how to book flights and a complete list of terms and conditions for this offer, visit www.emirates.com.

24 May 2017

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British Airways’ Top Five Adventurous Destinations For This Summer

Summer is finally here. If the usual beach holidays cannot satisfy your inner adventure desire anymore, this summer, you can consider some of unique activities and destinations recommended by British Airways: From spending a night in a prison-turn-hotel to hunting down the undead at a 1,000-year-old gravesite or living your life on the edge at 574 feet up in the sky; these are just some of the unique vacations one can have with British Airways!

Vivian Tan-Loh, British Airways’ country manager for Malaysia, said, “Traditionally Malaysian families love to visit Europe in summer. Outside of the regular tourist sites, we have noticed that Malaysians are getting increasingly open to trying something different, unique and fun while on vacation. With its expansive flight network, British Airways is a great partner when planning your next memorable adventure.”

Here are British Airways’ top five adventurous destinations for this summer.




1. Palio Horse Race in Siena, Italy

Experience one of Italy’s most famous events this summer in Siena - The Palio. During the Palio, Sienese “contrade,” or different areas in the city, are divided to challenge each other in a passionate horse race in the Piazza del Campo, the heart of the city. The Palio horse race takes place twice a year  on the 2 July in honour of the Madonna of Provenzano and on the 16 August in honour of the Virgin Mary’s Assumption. This horse race is a unique, not-to-be-missed, passionate event that rouses the whole city and attracts tens of thousands of outside spectators. And, if you befriend a local, you may even be allowed to participate in the horse race!

British Airways flies to Rome via London Heathrow seven times a day. Buses departing every 2.5 hours are available from Rome’s Tiburtina bus station to Siena and back. Travellers can also fly to Florence and hop on the airport shuttle bus to Florence’s main transport station located opposite of the magnificent Santa Maria Novella church, and from there on to Siena by bus or by train.


Top Five Adventurous Destinations For This Summer


2. Vampire Hunting in Prague, Czech Republic

In the town Celakovice near Prague, there is a 1,000-year-old site that contains the graves of a few “real” vampires! This cemetery dates back to the late 10th century, and is supposed to be the favoured burial site for vampires. It is believed that 14 vampires were buried here and the graves of 11 yielded skeletons which had their hands and legs tied and heads cut off. Rocks were placed on their bodies to prevent them from resurrecting as vampires. If graveyard visiting is not your cup of tea, take the safer route. After all, Prague is also full of vampire lore and stories are frequently shared through local tours.

British Airways flies five times a day to Prague from London Heathrow.



3. “Prison Break” in Karosta Prison, Latvia

Built originally in the late 1930s as an infirmary, Karosta Prision was turned into a military prison during World War 2 by the Nazis and Soviets. It is believed that at least 5,000 prisoners were killed here and the prison is said to be haunted. It was in an episode of ‘Ghost Hunters International’. Today, the Karosta Prison is one of the most unusual hotels in the world. Guests are given the opportunity to participate in re-enactments based on life in the Karosta Military Prison decades ago and spend a night in one of the jail cells. Guests, however, are required to sign an agreement saying that they consent to being treated like prisoners during their stay. This includes sleeping on a thin mattress on woodern boards, eating prison food served through the barred doors, getting reprimanded by the guards and following orders dished out. Failure to comply would result in punishments such as physical exercises and cleaning duties. The Karosta Prison hotel is opened from May 1st to October 30th each year.

British Airways flies four times a day to Riga from London Heathrow. Bus services are available from Riga’s central bus station to the Karosta Prison in Liepaja.

4. Live on the Edge in Tallinn TV Tower, Estonia

This will be a walk to remember – 574 feet up in the sky outside of the Tallinn TV Tower in Estonia. Up here one can enjoy a special panoramic view of the Old Town and the beautiful Baltic Sea. The 1980s-era Tallinn Television Tower is the tallest building in Estonia. Up in the tower, visitors can enjoy an interactive exhibition on Estonian’s greatest achievements and the fascinating overview of the history of the tower itself. For the daredevils, if weather permits, there is an option where they can repel down the tower.

To experience living your life on the edge you can fly British Airways to Tallinn from London Heathrow every Saturday and Tuesday. 



Top Five Adventurous Destinations For This Summer


5. Winery biking tour in Austria

Travellers can enjoy drinking and cycling through Austria’s Wachau Valley and interact intimately with its local wineries and wine cooperatives. Cycling allows travellers to stop as and when they want to explore the colourful countryside full of natural beutry and culture heritage. For instance, Richard the Lionheart was once held captive in a castle above the town Dürnstein, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Wachau Valley.

The Wachau Valley is accessible by boat from Vienna. British Airways flies daily to Austria’s Vienna from London Heathrow; six times per week to Salzburg from London’s Gatwick and twice a week to Innsbruck from London Heathrow