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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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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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All You Need To Know (And Other Stuff) About Malaysian Airports

All You Need To Know (And Other Stuff) About Malaysian Airports

By on March 25, 2016 in Buildings, Malaysia with No Comments

By Lloyd Green Travelling to Malaysia soon? Well, you’re bound to stopover at one of it’s many airports. If you’re nervous about flying, are a stickler for safety and cleanliness, or just interested in random facts about planes, here’s a list of some useful (or not so useful) information that will help make your trip […]

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Exploring Rural Malaysia

Exploring Rural Malaysia

By on March 11, 2016 in Family, Homestay, Malaysia with No Comments

By Lloyd Green There’s so much one can see when exploring the maze of highways that connects rugged and rural Malaysia with the social and cultural hubs of Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Kuantan. I was fortunate enough to explore the regions of Kampar, Gua Musang and Raub in September and October last year, celebrating Hari […]

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Traditional Malaysian Games

Traditional Malaysian Games

By on February 22, 2016 in Arts & Craft, History, Malaysia with No Comments

Back in the days before the internet, iPads, Playstation and other forms of electronic entertainment, both children and adults had to find means of entertainment. If you’re wondering what Malaysians did to keep themselves entertained in those days, here are five traditional games all Malaysians have played at least once in their lives.   Wau […]

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Things Only Found In Malaysia

Things Only Found In Malaysia

By on January 27, 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Pahang, Putrajaya with No Comments

World’s Only Things In Malaysia By Lloyd Green There’s a weird science that draws us to the extraordinary. A uniqueness or intrigue at exploring something truly special. It could be a natural phenomenon or a feat of humanity. Whatever the case, it has the potential to blow our mind. Here are 10 incredible things that […]

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Bucket List 2016

Bucket List 2016

By on January 20, 2016 in Festivals, Food, History, Malaysia, Melaka with No Comments

By Emma Richards A bucket list for 2016; with a country like Malaysia, it’s difficult to know where to start. It’s no secret that Malaysia has an abundance of world class, tropical beaches. It’s well known that Malaysia is home to some of the lushest, most bio-diverse rainforest on the planet. If it’s shopping you’re […]

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Luxe Malaysia

Luxe Malaysia

By on January 14, 2016 in Food, History, Hotels, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Music with No Comments

There’s a side of Malaysia that exudes luxury, quality and grandeur. The moment you step into Kuala Lumpur’s city centre, you’ll notice the finest establishments from five star restaurants, hotels and spas offering the best services you can find. Photo source: marinis57.com One such place is Marini’s On 57. Located on the 57th floor of […]

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City Girl, Malaysian Outback

City Girl, Malaysian Outback

By on December 9, 2015 in Beach, Highlands, Islands, Malaysia, Perak, Tour with No Comments

We stopped the car on the side of a mountain highway. There were no cars going up or down aside from the occasional cargo trucks. They sound like old grumpy turtles when they come round the bend into view. The view is enough to stop anyone in their tracks. It honestly doesn’t look or feel […]

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The Sounds of Malaysia

The Sounds of Malaysia

By on December 1, 2015 in History, Malaysia, Music with No Comments

From extraordinary sights that will captivate you, to exotic flavours to surprise your taste buds – Malaysia offers a full on sensorial experience. When you get here, it doesn’t just open your eyes, it manages to open up all your senses to different and new adventures. And trust us, your senses will be forever grateful. […]

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