The hosts of GO Travel are always up for an adventure, uncovering hidden destinations, immersing themselves with local culture, indulging in delicious foods, trying new activities, as well as meeting travel-industry hotshots. Excitement is always in the air! With three seasons of thirteen half-hour episodes of adventure and counting, learn practical travel tips, where to go, where to eat, how to get there, and who to meet for your next spectacular Southeast Asian adventure.
Jonathan Putra is a Television Host, Actor, model, and musician who is of English and Chindian parentage. JP, as he is commonly known, was born in Middlesbrough, England, but grew up in McHenry County IL. He moved to Malaysia to start a career in entertainment as a VJ for Channel V International, before starring in numerous Malaysian drama series and hosting a number of TV programs. JP’s passion for travelling and his adventurous side is his motivation to try new things.
Juanita Ramayah is an easy going, animal loving and adventurous model, radio announcer and former 2nd runner up of Miss Malaysia Universe 2012. She currently co-hosts GOASEAN’s Go Travel alongside Jonathan Putra. Her fun and bubbly personality makes her one of the friendliest people you’ll probably ever encounter.
GOASEAN’s action-packed flagship show continues to explore Southeast Asia like never before!
The hosts of GO Travel are always up for an adventure, uncovering hidden destinations, immersing themselves with local culture, indulging in delicious foods, and trying new activities and experiences.
GO TRAVEL uncovers hidden gems as well as the origins of places, events, food and cultures with its GO UNCOVER segment.
Amelia Henderson travels to Karang Bayan, a village tucked away in Lombok, Indonesia, where she meets up with Sunny to discover the origins of the Sasak tribe and their lifestyle.
Patricia is on a Go Tripping experience in the amazing Yogjakarta, with her local travel buddy, Teea. They start their day at the central market. Then, she tries out some local delicacies, like Gudeng and Nasi Kuching. Teea then brings her to the famous Alun-Alun Kidul where she tries the ‘Massagin’ game, where one is blindfolded and has to find his/her way to walk through two trees to prove that they are pure of heart. They end their day with a wayang kulit show.
GO TRAVEL’s What The Hack segment combats the difficulties of travelling by providing hacks or tips to make adventures easier.
Jonathan Putra shares some hacks that will make you look forward to long-haul flights. Or at the very least, make them that little bit more bearable.