Understanding the needs of their clients, Travel360 is adept and proficient in travel arrangements and accommodation for MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences and events) for church retreats, conferences, meetings from attendees from 20 to as many as 1000. Travel360 arrange meetings in interesting locations away from the usual place of business or gathering – sometimes in luxury beach and ski resorts and offer a complete 360 degree service to meet different needs, interests and budgets of group. For this reason, every trip and itinerary are uniquely designed and tailored to suit the group.


Team building is about fostering stronger connections between people, deepening mutual understanding and improving inter-personal communication. Apart from achieving a higher level of productivity, a strong team is also able to weather trying times and emerge more resilient. Depending on what your organization’s objectives are, we will plan around them and design creative and interesting strategies and games.


Increasing SMEs are adopting CSR as they recognise the importance of giving back to society, be it socially, environmentally or economically. Being socially responsible builds an image and branding which not only attracts customers, but talented staff who want to be a part of your organization because of shared values.







Visitors are spoilt for choice with the variety of accommodation, and first class golf courses, water adventures, duty-free shopping, rejuvenating spas and relaxing beach resorts, to the mouthwatering fresh seafood and delicacies.


Apart from the fine golf courses, amongst them are the popular Sukajadi Batam, Palm Springs, Tering Bay Golf course, also attracts water sports enthusiasts with its many sports clubs and resorts along the Nongsa Coast and Waterfront City. Fun outdoor activities which the whole family could enjoy.


Batam is also famous for its Barelang Bridge, six sophisticated full swing bridges that connects three islands is : Batam, Rempang and Galang. The total stretch of all six bridges is around two kilometers, and traveling from the first bridge to the last one should take around 20 minutes.


Visit the Famous Nagoya Hill Shopping Mall and the Mega Mall Batam with your family and friends to enjoy various kind of local delights and the most talked about “Kueh Lapis”.



Johor is the second largest city in Malaysia. Located at the most southern tip of the country, it has a population of an estimated 2.7 million people and is connected to Singapore via 2 bridges. It is serviced by Senai International Airport, which is located about 30 minutes drive from the city centre. Many shopping malls attract a large number of Singapore visitors eg Paradigm Mall, KSL City and AEON Tebrau to name a few.


The Port Paradise less than
an hour from Singapore

Batam has emerged as a popular destination for families, couples and groups going for personal vacations and corporate events. They come not only from Singapore and Malaysia but also other countries in Asia and Europe.


Kuala Lumpur literally means ‘Muddy Confluence’ and it was named as such because this capital city of Malaysia was founded at the intersection of 2 rivers – the Klang and Gombak. Kuala Lumpur is considered the most happening place in Malaysia as it is surrounded by many skyscrapers in the CBD, including the Petronas Towers, international and luxurious hotels as well as many dining and shopping venues.


Penang is a vibrant state with its capital, Georgetown, having the rare distinction of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has a rich blend of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Peranakan and European influences. The world-renowned ‘Street of Harmony’ reflects the influence of diverse communities that have made Penang their home. Penang Island is a 15-20 minutes ferry ride from mainland Penang. Two bridges connect the island to the mainland – Penang Bridge and the Second Penang Bridge (Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’Adzam Shah Bridge). Penang flavours are a must try if you are a foodie. Must-eats include Assam Laksa, Char Kway Teow, Oyster Omelette and Nyonya Kuih. Many airlines operate direct flights to the Penang International Airport from SEA.


Seoul is a city of hustle and bustle, bright lights, and busy streetswith so much to see, do (and eat and drink) that even those on a short visit can easily pack in a lot of sights and attractions without feeling rushed. But if you have more time, one of the best ways to discover South Korea’s capital is to explore the city’s wide array of diverse neighbourhoods, offering everything from art and culture, to history, shopping and nightlife. Whatever your interests are, there’s an area that’s worth a visit. Head a few hours southeast to the tip of the Korean Peninsula and you’ll find a calmer, quieter corner of South Korea called Busan, South Korea’s second largest city with a population of more than 3.5 million. Its port is among the busiest in the world and while the city is an industrial centre, it’s also home to a number of historic sites, museums, markets and beaches. Nampo-dong is a shopper’s paradise close to Busan Tower. The area includes a pedestrian thoroughfare lined with shops and restaurants as well as the Gukje Market, known for its street food and the Jagalchi Market, South Korea’s largest fresh seafood market.

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