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✈ Selamat Tahun Baru 2020 ! Happy New Year 2020 !

3 Jan 2020


KALENDAR EVENT PELANCONGAN NEGERI TERENGGANU SEPANJANG TAHUN 2020 | Negeri Terengganu merupakan sebuah negeri di semenanjung Malaysia yang cukup popular dengan percutian pulaunya. Selain dari itu, pihak tourism terengganu sendiri sangat aktif dalam mempromosikan pelancongan negeri mereka dalam pelbagai hal. Nak tahu apa yang bakal berlaku sepanjang tahun 2020 ni di Negeri Terengganu? Jom tengok jadual di bawah ni.

Berikut ni pula beberapa artikel berkaitan trip saya ke Terengganu pada tahun 2019 yang lepas. Banyak lokasi menarik dan tempat makan best yang admin kongsi kat dalam article berikut.

25 Dis 2019


As the new year draws closer, it’s time to make our new year resolutions and travelling, without a doubt, always ends up on that checklist. What better way to start planning for next year’s vacations than with these 12 amazing reasons to (finally) visit New Zealand in 2020.

1. LOOK TO THE STARS: The Pods at The Lindis, Southern Alps

Immerse yourself in nature by day and the sublime wonders of the Milky Way by night, snuggled in your private universe within the pristine Ahuriri Valley in New Zealand’s South Island.

TREND: Many new accommodations in New Zealand are now turning towards a more sustainable approach in hospitality. They include the Night Sky Cottage, Park Hyatt Auckland and Sherwood Queenstown.

2. CHILL OUT RESPONSIBLY: Splore Festival (21 – 23 February 2020)

Chill out on the beautiful shores of Tapapakanga Regional Park for three days of rocking good times. The boutique festival invites you to a weekend of arts and music on the ancestral land of the mana whenua, Ngāti Whanaunga and Ngāti Paoa. The themed eco-party encourages mindful partying and international guests are welcomed with a powhiri (Māori welcoming ceremony) every year.

3. LIVE LIKE THE LOCALS: Laidback farm-life experiences

Meet the locals at home on a hosted farm experience with Ahika Journeys. Your hosts are experienced farmers, growers, producers, makers and creators who have lived, worked and cared for the land for generations. Relax with great wine and distillery tours, coastal adventures, premium food and laidback activities such as fishing during the day.

4. GIVE BACK: Blue penguin conservation, Otago Peninsula 

Tiny, cute and endangered – these little blue penguins are the stars of Kaitiaki Tautoko. It is an exclusive hands-on conservation experience where participants can embark on a guided tour to witness and learn about the protected native species from experienced guides.

DID YOU KNOW: New Zealand is the ‘penguin kingdom’ with more penguin species and more accessible opportunities to see them than anywhere else in the world.

5. SAIL BACK IN TIME: Waka Adventures Tairawhiti, Eastland

Experience Māori culture and the renaissance of ancient voyaging and navigation with master mariner Te Aturangi Nepia-Clamp, who has sailed the Pacific Ocean many times. Sailing out of Gisborne on a traditional Māori Waka Hourua, you will learn first-hand the ancient art of wayfinding that lead to the discovery of Aotearoa New Zealand around 1,000 years ago.

TREND: Waka Adventures Tairawhiti embodies a new wave of authentic Maori culture products and experiences developing in New Zealand that combines travel with edutainment to provide newfound appreciation for Maori cultural heritage.

6. FIND SANCTUARY: Earth Energies NZ Sanctuary, Waikato

Rejuvenate your senses with a tranquil healing experience in this intimate countryside retreat overlooking the Hauraki Plains. On an organic farm, Earth Energies offers you a wellness journey like no other with serene sanctuary retreats and deep relaxation therapy sessions.

7. DISCOVER NEW TRAILS: Paparoa Great Walk, West Coast 

Open for hiking from 1 December 2019, the Paparoa Track is New Zealand’s 10th Great Walk – a multi-day trail through a spectacular alpine and coastal wilderness. The 55km track travels east-west across the Paparoa Range, taking you through alpine tops, limestone karst landscapes and thriving rainforests to provide breath-taking views.

COMING UP: Hump Ridge Track will open as New Zealand’s 11th Great Walk for the 2022 walking season.

8. ETHICAL EATING: Follow the Realness trail

In New Zealand’s land of abundance, you’ll never have to go far to source fresh and local produce. Adding to an extensive network of farmers’ markets, a newly-introduced website called The Realness allows diners to check out some of the best ethical and independent eating destinations in the world, bringing you an unmatched gastronomical experience.

9. REMARKABLE STAY: Park Hyatt Auckland

Opening early 2020 on Auckland’s downtown waterfront, the Park Hyatt Hotel is emerging with a unique design story based on deep collaboration between developers and the local Māori tribe, Ngati Whatua. The hotel’s ethos, exterior appearance and interior elements are inspired by the significance and abundant natural resources of New Zealand, offering expansive views across Wynyard Quarter's Lighter Basin and out to the Waitematā Harbour.

13 September 2019 – 15 March 2020

Go back 250 years to first encounters between Māori and Pākehā (Europeans) during The Endeavour’s 1769 voyage to Aotearoa New Zealand. While official events take place in late 2019 in the four regions where the two races met face to face (Bay of Islands, The Coromandel, Eastland and Marlborough), visitors will be able to learn more about the first onshore meetings between Māori and British, Tupaia’s relationships with Māori, and his role as cultural broker among other historical impacts.

11. MULTI-GEN NATURAL RELAXATION: Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa

Soak, slide or indulge naturally at Hanmer Springs, a popular all-ages family attraction and New Zealand’s largest alpine spa. Soak away your worries in naturally-heated mineral waters at five beautiful new bathing pools in a natural wooded riverside setting. Dive into the Conical Thrill tube and raft ride that launches you at 13.5m, traveling at high speed, dropping and climbing all the way to the finish. 

ON THE SIDE: Hanmer Springs also offers other attractions in the form of excellent wineries, thrilling jetboat rides and bungee-jumping activities.

12. CAMP OUT ON HOLY GROUND: Staydium Glamping at Eden Park

Cosy up for a romantic sleepover in New Zealand’s original Garden of Eden, otherwise known as Eden Park – the spiritual home of New Zealand rugby. Choose to watch either a rugby or cricket match in a well-appointed glamping dome overlooking the field or combine your stay with a ‘Haka on the Park’ behind-the-scenes experience and learn to do the famous pre-match activity on the celebrated turf.

24 Dis 2019


DOHA, Qatar | Qatar Airways is delighted to reveal two new exciting Mediterranean destinations will join its ever-expanding network in the first half of 2020, with many more to be announced in the coming months. The airline will also add 66 weekly frequencies to 20 existing destinations in its network due to strong market demand and the recent deliveries of more fuel-efficient aircraft.

The airline will be the first Gulf carrier to begin direct flights to Santorini, its fourth destination in Greece after Athens, Mykonos and Thessaloniki, with services to begin on 20 May 2020. Flights to Dubrovnik, Croatia, the airline’s second destination in Croatia after Zagreb will start on 20 April 2020.

Today’s announcements follow just one day after the inaugural service to Gaborone, Botswana that marked the ninth new destination launched by the airline in 2019. The airline also reconfirmed Osaka, Japan will join the airline’s network in 2020, with the inaugural flight departing on 6 April.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are pleased to announce Santorini, Greece and Dubrovnik, Croatia will be joining our global network in 2020. We are committed to offering our passengers as many seamless one-stop connection choices as possible. With the addition of these new routes, our network will expand to 170 passenger destinations, further consolidating our position as one of the world’s most connected airlines.
“We also invite all passengers to enjoy the extra capacity and flexibility provided by the 66 additional weekly frequencies we are adding to 20 existing destinations in our network. We are dedicated to giving our customers more options and flexibility when planning their business and leisure trips. These new flights are being added in response to market demand and are testament to our hard working team at Qatar Airways who continue to set the benchmark in the industry from customer service to catering and in-flight entertainment.”
The seasonal flights to Santorini, Greece and Dubrovnik, Croatia will be operated by an Airbus A320, featuring 12 seats in Business Class and 132 seats in Economy Class.

New destinations: 

Dubrovnik, Croatia – Three weekly flights expanding to five (18 May to 30 September)
Santorini, Greece – up to four weekly flights
Osaka, Japan – five weekly flights expanding to daily from 23 June 2020

The following frequency increases are planned for 2020:

  • Adana, Turkey will increase from three to five weekly flights
  • Antalya, Turkey will increase from three to five weekly flights
  • Athens, Greece will increase from three to four daily flights
  • Belgrade, Serbia will increase from seven to 10 weekly flights
  • Bodrum, Turkey will increase from three to five weekly flights
  • Edinburgh, Scotland will increase from 10 to 14 weekly flights
  • Oslo, Norway will increase from 10 to 14 weekly flights
  • Venice, Italy will increase from seven to 11 weekly flights
  • Warsaw, Poland will increase from 14 to 18 weekly flights
  • Zurich, Switzerland will increase from 14 to 18 weekly flights
  • Maputo, Mozambique will increase from three to five weekly flights
  • Windhoek, Namibia will increase from five to seven weekly flights
  • Three of the seven weekly flights to Kigali, Rwanda to be delinked from Entebbe, Uganda and operate direct non-stop flights to each destination
  • Daily service to Kilimanjaro, Tanzania and Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania will be delinked with non-stop direct daily flights to each destination
  • Colombo, Sri Lanka will increase from four to five daily flights
  • Dhaka, Bangladesh will increase from three to four daily flights
  • Penang and Langkawi, Malaysia combined service will increase from five to seven weekly flights
A multiple award-winning airline, Qatar Airways was named ‘World’s Best Airline’ by the 2019 World Airline Awards, managed by the international air transport rating organisation Skytrax. It was also named ‘Best Airline in the Middle East’, ‘World’s Best Business Class’, and ‘Best Business Class Seat’, in recognition of its ground-breaking Business Class experience, Qsuite. It is the only airline to have been awarded the coveted “Skytrax Airline of the Year” title, which is recognised as the pinnacle of excellence in the airline industry, five times.

Qatar Airways currently operates a modern fleet of more than 250 aircraft via its hub, Hamad International Airport (HIA), to more than 160 destinations worldwide. The world’s fastest-growing airline has added a number of exciting new destinations to its growing network this year, including Rabat, Morocco; Izmir, Turkey; Malta; Davao, Philippines; Lisbon, Portugal; Mogadishu, Somalia; Langkawi, Malaysia; and Gaborone, Botswana. 

18 Dis 2019


For many of us, the best part of a trip is definitely the food. And if you ask any self-proclaimed foodie, there’s no better way to experience a new place and culture than through its food. 

A trip to Western Australia for one, will not be complete without having a taste of the local offerings. However, you might be thinking that due to its popularity as a wine region, there aren’t that many Muslim-friendly options to enjoy. Well, you’ll be glad to know that there are countless Muslim-friendly food options, not just in the capital city Perth, but across its regions as well. 

Whether it is to settle a craving or exploring a new culture through food, a trip is always complete when its done one plate at a time. With Perth being so easily accessible via a 5.5-hour flight from Kuala Lumpur, nothing stands in the way between you and your next food adventure! 

To get you started on your food trail, check out this guide to find Muslim-friendly options for an epic gastro-adventure in Western Australia.

1. Head to a local market for the freshest produce 

What will make your trip truly unique is the availability of fresh produce, available at nearly any local market across the five regions of Western Australia.

If you’re in Perth, a trip to the Freemantle Markets is well worth the visit. Built in 1897, it is one of the city’s most significant landmarks and has rightfully earned itself a reputation as one of the best destinations in Fremantle for locals and tourists alike. Housed in an historic, heritage-listed building, you will find more than fresh produce here. With a variety of events held for visitors of all ages, you’ll be sure to enjoy your visit here.

There are plenty of local markets situated in towns and cities outside of Perth as well, giving you a Muslim-friendly option, wherever you go in Western Australia. If you’re heading to the South West, don’t miss making a day trip out of the Albany Picnic Provisions Trail where you can take a self-drive trip to Albany’s markets located at the town’s centre where you can meet with local farmers. This trail will give you an exciting opportunity to explore the South Coast while savouring in its bountiful produce at the same time.

2. Indulge in a wide variety of seafood

A bounty of seafood options can be found in Western Australia’s oceans and rivers, thanks to the incredible diversity of its marine habitats and inland waters – perfect for hungry Muslim travellers. 

Must-try seasonal produce includes the famous Geraldton rock lobster, South West marron, yabby and trout, North West barramundi, Exmouth prawns, Rottnest scallops and Mandurah crab.

If you’re looking to add a little bit of adventure to your seafood experience, join the Wild Seafood Experience tour on their premium cray fishing boat an enjoy an afternoon of catching and learning about the Western Rock Lobster (crayfish) that is renowned internationally with Mandurah a centre for this most valuable export. The experienced crew will then cook up an epic banquet centred around the fresh catch and other fresh local seafood. Enjoy seafood skewers, oysters, octopus, crab, prawns and salmon, right in the middle of the calm waters.

On land, you can easily find a plethora of seafood options that meet your fancy. Located on the picturesque beach front of Cervantes is Lobster Shack. Situated just 17km from the famous Pinnacles National Park, this family owned restaurant will give you a taste of mouth-watering seafood dishes that will only make you crave for more.

3. Join a fruit-picking tour and get your fill of local fruits 

Nature lovers will be happy to learn that Western Australia offers plenty of fruit-picking tours that offer tourists a chance to visit its expansive orchards and quaint farms. Join a tour to the Swan Valley Walk and Fruit Orchard to experience exquisite natural sightings of the Swan Valley where fresh apples, oranges, nectarines, persimmons, avocados and plums are grown and available for purchase. 

During this tour, you will be able to see how fruits are grown amidst the hills of the valley and see how high-quality fruits are grown in an Aussie orchard. You can also enjoy an eco-walk through hundreds of trees, containing a variety of different fruits.

If you’re in the Coral Coast region, be sure to visit Carnarvon – the food bowl of Western Australia. Abundant tropical fruits and a vast array of temperate climate fruit and vegetables, Carnarvon is the regional centre and lush horticultural region. A drive along North and South Roads known as the 'Fruit Loop' reveals the heart of the horticultural industry where you will find seasonal fresh produce – the famous bananas that are simple called Sweeter Bananas. In the warmer months, enjoy an abundance of fruits such as mangoes, grapes and watermelons can be found from pop-up plantation shops. 

Don't forget to snap that perfect Instagram photo at Cactus Farm on South River Road too!

4. Visit a local café

Experience the famed Australian café culture spread across Perth and beyond to sip on the best quality coffees at the wide range of cafés offering vegetarian and vegan menu options.

Drop by Lane Cafe located in Rottnest Island to enjoy freshly roasted coffee and a wide range of gourmet breakfast and lunch options that caters to all dietary requirements. You can also enjoy freshly-squeezed juices, smoothies and acai bowls, making Lane Café an essential pitstop before you explore the wonders of Rottnest Island and begin to hunt for selfies with the world’s happiest marsupials – Quokkas!

If you’re visiting the South West, don’t forget to drop by The White Elephant Beach Cafe that is located right on Gnarabup beach, just 10 kilometres from Margaret River. 

Don’t miss out from having a taste of their dishes, made with locally-sourced ingredients that brings to life the very best of the Margaret River region. From their delicious freshly-brewed coffee to their all-day breakfasts – everything is prepared fresh. Go for their delicious vegetarian options and enjoy your meal while taking in the beautiful views of the beach. 

With this Muslim-friendly guide, we’re sure that you’ll be able to indulge in the best of what Western Australia’s food-scene has to offer.


Nothing is more fulfilling than embracing the here and now, and catching a breather from our packed schedule, away from the tedium of our everyday lives. With a canopy of blue skies, picturesque green valleys, along with a stretch of spectacular beaches and booming wellness retreats, Western Australia offers the best of wellness retreat holidays by helping one reconnect with nature, all in an idyllic setting.

Located just a 5.5-hour flight away from the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Perth – the capital of Western Australia is a gateway to paradise for all your wellness needs. Spend time with your loved ones and enjoy blissful moments by surrounding yourselves amongst the beauty of the immaculate white sandy beaches at Whitehaven or even the rusty-red sand in the outback. 

Sounds tempting? Check out these four of the finest locations to explore some of the amazing wellness retreats in Western Australia to help you find your inner peace.

1. Be enchanted by the luxurious spa experience in Hidden Valley

Hidden Valley Eco Lodges and Day is an adults-only luxury retreat nestled in Perth Hills just 30 minutes from the city. This resort is famous for providing the ultimate relaxation experience, where you’ll get a chance to delve into an extensive range of spa treatments and gourmet dining options at the very heart of Jarrah forest. Imagine soaking in your very own private outdoor Jacuzzi, isn’t that neat? There are also plenty of unique weekend retreats that are arranged throughout the year for yoga and wellness enthusiasts.

For those who wish to roam around Perth Hills, there are a variety of exciting activities to enjoy as well! Couples can opt to take a guided spotlight tour at Karakamia Wildlife Sanctuary or join an apple orchard tour to pick your own apples (during harvest). You could also visit Kalamunda – a quaint village just a 10-minute drive away, or the neighbouring Bickley Valley with its many award-winning boutique wineries to discover. At the end of the day, you can either explore this stunning region or just chill out and be immersed in your little piece of paradise, completely immune from the outside world.

2. Unwind near Margaret River

Situated on a secluded beach in the heart of the Yallingup, Injidup Spa Retreat features 10 luxurious adult-only villas, each with a private plunge pool and stunning ocean views. Injidup Spa also offers massages and body treatments in a unique setting along with an incredible view that overlooks the pristine ocean.

A mere five minutes’ drive from Wardan Aboriginal Cultural Centre and 40-minute drive away from the Busselton Airport, adventure seekers have the option of trekking through the ever-popular Cape-to-Cape Track which offers a revitalising walk along the coast. You can also opt to tour the vineyards of Margaret River, one of Australia's top wine regions, or learn about the local flora with a night nature walk guided by an Aboriginal expert. What are you waiting for? Escape the hustle and bustle of the city to the unspoiled Injidup Bay, where massages, champagne, and quiet sunsets are the order of the day.

3. Experience an authentic Kimberley retreat like no other

280 kilometres north-west of Kununurra, Faraway Bay is an inviting haven, nestled on a rocky hilltop overlooking the turquoise Timor Sea. Cocooned in this natural environment, the retreat offers the most authentic and unique experience of any coastal camp in the Kimberley. Exclusive and personalised, be mesmerised by the extraordinary sights, sounds and magic of this isolated slice of the Kimberley.

For those seeking a little thrill at the side, grab the opportunity to explore the region’s rare natural wonders – the iconic King George Falls and discover the secrets of this ancient landscape. Faraway Bay is truly an experience that one will never forget – a remote wilderness which combines pure comfort and relaxation, with bush retreat simplicity and stargaze lounging.

4. Embrace a green connection at multi-award winning Karijini Eco Retreat

Located in the heart of the Karijini National Park, Karijini Eco Retreat is certainly one of the top bucket list destinations for a retreat getaway – with glamorous camping, comfortable beds, showers and views from every angle, along with incredible food.

Whether you are camping or ‘glamping’, this retreat offers the perfect solution for visitors seeking to blend a rugged encounter in the pristine Karijini National Park, with creature comforts that are not traditionally associated with camping. 

If you come by during the cooler months, the land will be covered with a colourful spread of wildflowers, from yellow-flowering cassias, northern bluebells to purple mulla-mullas. From the campground, there is a short walking trail which leads directly into Joffre Gorge – where you can stand at the top and be overwhelmed by the splendour of nature. And after a day of trekking around this picturesque landscape, be enchanted by the rays of the sunset, along with an endless blanket of stars at night that seem to reflect the timelessness of this place. 

Come and explore these exclusive wellness retreats of Perth and beyond! The diversion from the concrete jungle is a breath of fresh air for many and will certainly leave a memorable imprint in your wellness retreat adventure. 

20 Nov 2019


Artikel kali ni saya akan kongsikan lokasi menarik seterusnya di Sungai Lembing yang sempat kami singgah tempohari selepas Lombong Bijih Timah bawah tanah Tai Pei Tong. Lokasi yang saya maksudkan ni cukup popular di kalangan kaki hiking dan pencinta alam semulajadi. Lokasi yang cukup unik, menarik dan harus di lawati jika berpeluang. Lokasi yang saya maksudkan adalah Air Terjun Pelangi (Rainbow Waterfall).


Negeri Pahang sangat kaya dengan tarikan alam semulajadinya. Percutian pantai, tanah tinggi, pulau, tempat bersejarah merupakan khazanah ekopelancongan yang sangat popular di negeri terbesar yang berada di semenanjung ini. Daerah Sungai Lembing tidak terkecuali. Kalau korang pernah belajar geografi, sudah tentu tidak asing dengan nama besar ini kan? Sungai Lembing pernah menjadi kawasan perlombongan bijih timah kedua terbesar dunia. Kini ia menjadi tarikan pelancong kerana keindahan alam semulajadinya yang begitu mempesonakan. Jom kita lihat apa yang menarik jika korang datang ke Sungai lembing ni.

Lombong Tai Pei Tong

Menarik di sungai lembing

Begitu teruja dengan kisah kegemilangan perlombongan bijih timah di sini, saya dan rakan-rakan telah mengambil peluang untuk ke Lombong Tai Pei Tong. Lombong ini merupakan lombong bijih timah bawah tanah yang membawa pengunjung melihat sisa aktiviti perlombongan pada zaman dahulu.

menarik di sungai lembing

Apa yang menariknya, kami dapat rasai sendiri pengalaman menaiki keretapi lokomotif sepanjang 80 meter ke dalam terowong sebelum meneruskan perjalanan kami dengan berjalan untuk melihat info menarik yang terpapar pada dinding-dinding sepanjang jalan di dalam terowong. Kalau nak tahu, keretapi yang bakal korang naiki itu nanti merupakan keretapi yang pernah digunakan untuk membawa pelombong untuk bekerja. Sangkaan awal kami salah apabila menggambarkan bahawa keadaan panas sepanjang perjalanan kami di dalam sepanjang terowong tersebut, malah ianya sangat sejuk seolah-olah dipasang penghawa dingin walau hakikatnya tidak.

menarik di sungai lembing

Terbahagi kepada dua lorong iaitu Lorong Sejuta dan Lorong Myah, terowong yang menjadi laluan utama pengunjung itu adalah terowong utama lombong Tabeto yang juga digelar ‘Tai Pei Tong’ oleh penduduk tempatan. Terowong bijih lama ini dikatakan sedalam 700m & sepanjang 322km keseluruhannya!

menarik di sungai lembing

Terowong terdalam adalah dilombong Myah terletak 700 meter ke bawah dasar perut bumi dan sedalam 23 tingkat, manakala lombong taibeto pula mencecah 500 meter ke dasar bumi. Jarak diantara setiap tingkat adalah lebih kurang 30 meter dan jarak keseluruhan hampir 322 kilometer apabila dijumlahkan pada setiap tingkat kedalaman. perkara ini disahkan oleh petugas Muzium Sungai Lembing. Perkara ini tak mustahil kerana lombong ini telahpun diusahakan selama 98 tahun lamanya.

Pada kami Lombong Tai Pei Tong adalah salah satu tempat menarik di Negeri Pahang yang patut anda terokai. Ia bukan sahaja mempunyai nilai sejarah, bahkan bakal memberi pengalaman menarik kepada pengunjungnya.

Harga tiket masuk:

Dewasa Asing (above 13) : RM30.00
Kanak-kanak Asing (6-12) : RM15.00

Dewasa Tempatan (above 13) : RM15.00
Kanak-kanak Tempatan (6-12) : RM 7.50
Warga Emas (above 60) : RM 7.50
Orang Kurang Upaya : RM7.50

Waktu operasi:

Isnin - Khamis : 9 pagi – 12.30 tgh | 2.00 ptg - 4.30 ptg
Jumaat : 9 pagi – 12.15 tgh | 2.45 ptg - 5.15 ptg
Sabtu & Ahad : 9.00 pagi - 5.15 ptg


Lombong Bijih Timah Bawah Tanah sungai Lembing, 26200 Sungai Lembing, Pahang

Entri ini terlaksana melalui program "VM2020 Glamping Media Trip" pada 7 - 10 November 2019 dengan kerjasama daripada Tourism Malaysia sempena Tahun Melawat Malaysia 2020

15 Nov 2019


Pada 2 November 2019 yang lepas merupakan hari terakhir berlangsungnya Karnival Starlight di Resorts World Genting . Karnival ni sangat meriah dengan pelbagai aktiviti menarik yang sesuai untuk jiwa-jiwa remaja. Kemeriahannya tetap terasa walaupun jam sudah menunjukkan 12 tengah malam. Keseronokan bermain fun game, muzik jalanan, menonton movie dan sebagainya.

Bayangkan langit gelap dihiasi hiasan bintang-bintang, bergemerlapan seperti berlian bertentangan latar belakang satin. Mendengar irama dan melodi berkumandang seiring dengan aroma makanan berlegar-legar di udara. Di sebelah kiri terdengar jeritan keseronokkan di tapak pesta apabila ada yang memenangi hadiah; di sebelah kanan, kaki wayang bersedia untuk menonton filem-filem blockbuster. Jika ia kelihatan seperti malam yang sempurna untuk keluar, maka Karnival Starlight Resorts World Genting yang dianjurkan buat kali pertama adalah tempat yang perlu anda berada.

Karnival Starlight merupakan sebuah festival di kawasan terbuka dengan suasana unik yang telah berlangsung pada setiap hari Khamis, Jumaat dan Sabtu sebelum melabuhkan tirai pada 2 November 2019 yang lepas. Karnival ini telah menampilkan empat elemen utama iaitu filem, muzik, makanan dan permainan, karnival ini adalah ramuan yang menggambarkan masa paling sempurna berlatar belakang suasana Taman Tasik Century .
“Karnival Starlight adalah terjemahan kami dalam mewujudkan suasana paling indah untuk malam penuh dengan kenangan,” kata Dato’ Edward Holloway, Naib Presiden Eksekutif Leisure & Hospitaliti. “Kita berada di kawasan tropika. Oleh itu cuaca panas dalam negara ini jarang mengizinkan acara secara terbuka dilakukan. Namun, di Resort World Genting, cuacanya sentiasa sejuk sepanjang tahun dan ia menjadikan kami tempat paling sempurna untuk menganjurkan acara karnival terbuka ala-Eropah ini. Kami bekerja keras untuk menyediakan senarai filem terbaik, makanan dan pelbagai aktiviti untuk semua lapisan pengunjung baik pasangan kekasih mahupun seisi keluarga. Oleh itu saya berharap para tetamu akan menikmati pengalaman istimewa yang telah kami sediakan dan teruja dengan penganjuran Karnival Starlight ini.”

Karnival Starlight yang pertama di Resorts World Genting

Karnival Starlight memiliki tarikan berbeza-beza serta menghiburkan. Di Pawagam Karnival, filem blokbuster karpet merah yang ditayangkan termasuk, A Star is Born, Chicago, Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia & Hairspray. Kesemuanya akan ditayangkan pada skrin layar besar untuk dinikmati para pengunjung sambil duduk di atas beg kekacang dan kusyen. Tayangan filem di kawasan terbuka ini akan memberikan satu suasana baharu ketika menonton terutamanya apabila angin bertiup lembut dan ditambah kedengaran bunyi haiwan malam untuk memberikan faktor lebih ‘wow’ ketika tayangan.

Jika perut terasa lapar, terdapat pelbagai pilihan tempat makan dan makanan yang dijual dari trak makanan di sekitar kawasan karnival. Biarpun trak makanan menyediakan pelbagai pilihan hidangan snek hebat termasuk sosej hingga ke coklat, Resorts World Genting turut akan mempamerkan beberapa hidangan terbaharu suite F&Bnya. FUHU by Zouk, yang merupakan sebahagian daripada kompleks Zouk Genting akan menyediakan beberapa sampel masakan gabungan unik, termasuk tacos pedas FUHU dan bubur pati itik FUHU. Harry Ramsden pula bawakan hidangan kegemaran London ikan dan kentang goreng ke Malaysia, serta masakan Itali seperti piza, pasta dan pelbagai lagi yang di kios II Lago. Cosmic Café akan menawarkan hidangan pilihaan tempatan seperti nasi ayam dan mi bakso, manakala aiskrim serta minuman berasaskan manga boleh didapati di khemah La Cremeria dan trak Sjora.

Dari matahari terbenam sehinggalah malam menjelang, ruang Karnival Starlight turut akan dipenuhi dengan melodi-melodi. Barisan pemuzik berbakat termasuk Aidan Soloist, VIBES, McBE Duo dan Double Aze akan membuat persembahan di atas pentas Gazebo untuk merancakkan lagi mood malam. Nikmati minuman sambil dibuai alunan bunyi akustik yang menginspirasikan di pentas Karnival Starlight.

Dan tidak lengkap sekiranya sebuah karnival tanpa permainan yang mencabar dan menyeronokkan. Baik lelaki dan perempuan, cuba nasib dan kemahiran masing-masing di kios permainan seperti menjaringkan bola keranjang di Shooting Star, memutar roda mencuba tuah di Milky Way Spin, Asteroid Toss, Topple Galaxies dan memancing itik di Pick A Star. Berjam-jam masa penuh keseronokkan dan cabaran menanti di Zon Permainan Karnival termasuk peluang untuk membawa pulang hadiah-hadiah menarik.

Ketika bulan Oktober sampai ke penghujung, ia adalah masa untuk hari yang menakutkan. Pada minggu terakhir Karnival Starlight, mereka telah memberi sentuhan menakutkan sempena Minggu Halloween. Tanglung labu, zombie, sarang labah-labah akan menambahkan lagi suasana seram termasuk beberapa elemen yang menghidupkan sambutan pada malam Halloween. Memang meriah, masa kami ke sini tempohari pon ada lagi yang berkostume seram.

Butiran Karnival Starlight

Karnival Starlight telah berlangsung pada setiap hari Khamis, Jumaat dan Sabtu bermula dari 10 Oktober hingga 2 November 2019. Acara Halloween Hujung Minggu pula bermula dari 31 Oktober hingga 2 November 2019. Karnival Starlight turut menampilkan satu acara khas Zouk Live pada 2 November 2019. Tiket-tiket sudah boleh dibeli pada harga RM20 dengan caj pemprosesan sebanyak RM4, manakala kanak-kanak berusia 12 tahun ke bawah masuk secara percuma. Pakej penginapan 2H1M di Hotel First World bersama dua tiket masuk ke Karnival Starlight turut disediakan pada harga RM246 bersih ataupun di Hotel Theme Park (RM628 bersih, sehingga 4 orang). Untuk maklumat lanjut, layari atau hubungi +603 2718 1118.

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