My Malaysia

My Malaysia

By Lloyd Green I sit here on the plane leaving Malaysia after eight months. An experience quite unlike any I have ever encountered. Malaysia is a country where the more you invest, the more you get out of it. You could be forgiven for thinking Malaysia is embodied by KL’s global reputation — its bright […]

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The other side of Malaysia

The other side of Malaysia

By Lloyd Green Like in any country, life away from the city is different. In rural Malaysia, village or kampung life is another beast. The Malays and Orang Asli here still practice their traditions, maintaining the old lifestyle of their people. It is completely different from the lifestyle in the city and you can see […]

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A budget guide to travelling Malaysia

A budget guide to travelling Malaysia

By on May 13, 2016 in Eco, Food, Hotels, Malaysia with No Comments

By Lloyd Green Okay, if you’re coming to Malaysia to spend two weeks in Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi and the Perhentian Islands, you’re probably not going to do it on the cheap. But there’s also plenty of people who pass through Malaysia on their way north from Singapore en route to Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. […]

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Discovering Ipoh: Old Meets New

Discovering Ipoh: Old Meets New

By Lloyd Green There’s a sense of East meets West in Malaysia. A lot of old versus new as well. Ipoh is no different with a unique blend characterised perfectly by its people; a community moulded from the tin mining boom of the 19th century and its position as Malaya’s second greatest city. There’s remnants […]

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LEGOLAND MALAYSIA: There’s a big kid in all of us

LEGOLAND MALAYSIA: There’s a big kid in all of us

By on April 28, 2016 in Family, Hotels, Johor, Malaysia, Tour with No Comments

By Lloyd Green THE GATEWAY TO YOUR CHILDHOOD OKAY, so you’re a parent and your kids want to go to LEGOLAND Malaysia. They’ve been dreaming about this day since….well forever actually. The only ones that need real convincing are you and your wife. Sure, there’s the rides, displays and themed hotel room but what’s in […]

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Hunting Street Food in Teluk Intan

Hunting Street Food in Teluk Intan

By on April 12, 2016 in Food, History, Tour, Uncategorized with No Comments

If you’re thinking of visiting Teluk Intan, we recommend adding a gastro adventure to your agenda. Delicious food is not hard to come by and you might just make a friend or two in the process of finding your way to one, or all, of these eateries. Abdullah Mastan Ghani Mee Rebus & Rojak On […]

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5 things to do in Teluk Intan

5 things to do in Teluk Intan

By on April 12, 2016 in Buildings, Food, Malaysia, Perak with No Comments

Teluk Intan is a small town that is just 2-hours away from Kuala Lumpur. Once known as Teluk Anson, (Anson Bay) it was named in honour of Major-General Sir Archibald Edward Harbord Anson who planned for its modern township in 1882. A century later in 1982, the name was finally cemented as Teluk Intan which […]

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How To Eat Like A True Islander – Eateries To Keep An Eye Out For On The Perhentian Islands

How To Eat Like A True Islander – Eateries To Keep An Eye Out For On The Perhentian Islands

By on April 3, 2016 in Food with No Comments

After a lovely swim or a fun snorkelling session, stomachs are sure to be rumbling in anticipation of some good food.  What better way to satisfy those hunger pangs than to eat like a true islander does. Here are some places to get some authentic local food that not only feeds the belly but the […]

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Be Marveled By The Seas – Explore The Ins and Outs Of The Perhentian Islands

Be Marveled By The Seas – Explore The Ins and Outs Of The Perhentian Islands

By on April 1, 2016 in Beach, Eco, Uncategorized with No Comments

The Perhentian Islands are a small group of islands known for its rich corals and natural reservoir. It is located on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia in Terengganu, that is also not far from the Thai border. Perhentian means “stopping point” in the Malay language and the islands were named as such for being […]

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How and when to eat like a local in and around Kuala Lumpur

How and when to eat like a local in and around Kuala Lumpur

By on March 31, 2016 in Food with No Comments

By Lloyd Green Are you a foodie? Do you feel inspired by the culinary delights of Asia? Look no further than Malaysia. They say food has a language of its own….well here it certainly does with locals eating ALL the time. Here’s some of the best street-food and dishes in KL — for morning, lunch, […]

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