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AMELIA CHEE

ASIA

DESTINATION SPECIALIST

The world of travel continues to fascinate me daily. With over 20 years of experience, I pursue tourism as not just a passion, but a lifestyle. In fact, when designing itineraries for my clients, I envision myself already traveling to the destination before my clients arrive. Like many industries, tourism is constantly evolving, making my time at Goway not only challenging, but continuously rewarding. There's never a dull moment and no two days are the same. What makes travel such a phenomenon is its ability to expand our horizons. It not only enables us to marvel at the world's greatest wonders, but also to engage with its multitude of cultures.

My favourite places

  • India

    Asia

    India embodies culture, heritage, spirituality, colours, and scents. In Northern India, amidst heavy pollution and traffic, you can find pockets of serenity in cities like Udaipur and Jaipur, which feature opulent views of lakes and panoramic views from the Amber Fort.

  • Japan

    Asia

    Japan is a diverse nation with many treasures to discover. Its capital, Tokyo, is one of the most advanced cities in the world. In the outskirts of Kyoto you can find an open-air museum showcasing classical Buddhist temples, gardens, and imperial palaces.

  • Dubai

    Asia / Africa

    Dubai seemingly innovates at the speed of sound. Dubai is not only a must-see due to its famed luxury, but also due to its cleanliness and the array of activities that will keep you endlessly occupied. A must-do is the Safari Dune Drive.

  • Malaysia

    Asia

    Malaysia is a fascinating country that appeals to travelers who enjoy participating in water activities and those seeking a quiet escape. The city of Penang features Snake Temples and a slew of food vendors that will make your mouth water.

Did you know?

  • India is a multifaceted country that is home to the oldest city in the world.
  • In Japan, it is customary to slurp while eating your meal to demonstrate your enjoyment of its flavours.
  • In Japanese culture, tattoos are considered offensive.
  • East and West Malaysia are separated by the South China Sea.