Radio Melayu has a new studio and I recently had a great opportunity to have a look around and also have a chat about what I’ve been up to.
We had a great discussion about staycations in Perth at the new Ritz-Carlton Perth, travelling through the Wheatbelt and catching yabbies and walking through woolsheds. We then settled into some descriptions of Sunway and E&O Residences in Kuala Lumpur and some of the trends and issues we might face in the coming year or two.
Tune in when you can. It’s Malaysian radio right here in Perth!
Chris Parry discussing the amazing Ritz-Carlton Perth. Luxury and Location.
Photo Credit: Tom Parry
E&O Residences are self-contained, spacious apartments in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. As well as the luxury and space for a group or family, they also represent an emerging trend in the new world of travel. As self contained apartments, you have the opportunity to make your own meals and not rely solely on eating out.
As travel restrictions ease and we look towards travelling again, we will also look for ways to watch how much contact we have, particularly in busy cities. While KL is the city of food, perhaps cooking something yourself using ingredients delivered to your room could be a new culinary adventure to discover!
Sunway Lagoon is an extraordinary resort in the heart of KL and was on Toms bucket list ever since he heard there was a Sharknado experience. With amazing shopping malls, a range of luxury hotels and a theme park full of adventure its not just a kids bucket list item, its a theme park for all ages. Where else can you speed around a race track with your son alongside you?
Pic Above: Good looking rams of Narrogin
Narrogin is in the heart of the Wheatbelt, about 190 kilometres south east of Perth. Find some sheep, catch some yabbies, do some bushwalks and enjoy a counter meal at the pub for dinner.
After exploring Narrogin head north and discover little and slightly bigger than little towns along the way, including Cuballing, Pingelly, Beverley and York.
Get out and get stuck into a Wheatbelt Weekender and discover in the post Covid world that there are lots of great places you can travel to that aren’t congested and have lots of discoveries to be made.