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.
Kuala Lumpur is packed with incredible street food stalls that even challenge some of the country’s best high-end restaurants when it comes to quality. Get a taste of Malaysia and dine like the locals do!
What makes Malaysia so fascinating is its diversity. Located in Southeast Asia, Malaysia is an incredible mixing pot of China and India. You can explore thriving, modern cities, explore colonial architecture, relax on some of the most beautiful beaches on the planet ...
For some, the tastiest things in life can usually be found down in the deep blue sea. Indulge in succulent seafood, be it fish, prawns or oysters in these fantastic restaurants in Malaysia.
Lebuh Chulia is the first stop for backpackers visiting Penang with full of hostels, cafés, bookstores, travel agencies, and convenience stores. If you are in this touristry street of Penang, don't forget to try these local dishes.
Tucked in on the eastern edge of the island of Penang in Malaysia, George Town is one of the most intriguing melting pots of culture to be found in Southeast Asia. The panoramic diversity can be seen in abundance in the colonial architecture and deep-rooted Asian ...
The island of Borneo is divided among Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei. Malaysian Borneo is famous for its wild attractions and exotic animals. It is an ideal place for adventure lovers to explore the wildlife of Southeast Asia.
Johor Bahru isn’t just your stopover from Malaysia to Singapore, and it’s more than laksa and a progressive sultan. Read more to know about these best attractions in Johor Bahru.
Kota Kinabalu is not only famous for picturesque beaches but also for its variation of foods. Don't forget to stop by these restaurants when visiting this coastal city of Malaysia.
Malaysia’s streets are laden with colourful fruits, popular hawker stalls and the aromatic smells of delicious food. Here are five best street-food spots in Kuala Lumpur to eat to your heart’s content.
Ipoh combines colonial and cultural heritage with jagged limestone hills and cave temples. We round up the best cafés in Ipoh for coffee lovers in quirky locations as well as cosy spots for tea.