A nation rich in diversity, Malaysia is truly a racial melting pot where Malay, Indian, Chinese and small ethnic groups live together. With a tropical climate all year round, Malaysia is an exciting holiday destination as it has everything - beautiful beaches, dense jungles, high forested mountains and world-renowned resorts. Kuala Lumpur - the bustling city with the phenomenal architecture Petronas Twins towers satisfies people all around the world.
Do you like air-conditioning, high-end retail shops, and shelter from the rain and sun? If so, you’ll like these malls in Penang, Malaysia.
Sarawak in Malaysia attracts tourists for jungle-related activities, cities with a small-town feel and its rich and diverse ethnic culture and traditions. Kuching, the state capital, is often the first port of call.
Sarawak attracts tourists for jungle-related activities, cities with a small-town feel and its rich and diverse ethnic culture and traditions. Kuching, the state capital, is often the first port of call. Here are the best attractions in Kuching for first-time visitors.
Thanks to Malaysia’s diverse terrains, pocket communities and uneven urban development, no two markets are really alike. Some are located on the beachfront where you can devour takeaway satay (barbecued meat on skewers) while flexing your toes in the sand. Others are ...
It takes a lot for Penangites to swap their ais kacang (sweet shaved ice dessert) and pisang goreng (banana fritters) for other desserts – but swap they have, because these places have made Penang a sweeter place all around.
Offering a mixture of colonial and traditional charm, limestone cliffs and a series of cave temples, Ipoh boasts plenty of sights and activities to keep visitors busy. Now is the best time to visit before the city gets overrun with tourists.
Are you tired of living amidst concrete jungles and tainted air? Do you ever feel like escaping the hustle and bustle of the urban life and long for a change of scenery?
Miri is located in northern Sarawak along the South China Sea and it is also Malaysia’s booming oil town. This town-cum-city offers beaches, urban parks, handicraft centres, and acts as a gateway to four nearby national parks. Here are the recommended things to do in ...
Kuala Lumpur may not be the most budget-friendly destination in the country but it’s not impossible to get by on less than $20 a day. Whether you’re a budget-conscious traveller or an experienced backpacker, these ways to save money on your trip to KL can come in ...
Little India near Kuala Lumpur Sentral bursts with the sounds, smells and tastes of India, right in the heart of Malaysia’s capital.