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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7 Places For Hiking, Camping and Waterfalls in and around Kuala Lumpur

7 Places For Hiking, Camping and Waterfalls in and around Kuala Lumpur

By on March 18, 2016 in Eco, Family, Highlands, National Parks with No Comments

By Lloyd Green Kanching Falls Where: Between Selayang and Rawang. You can park at the entrance to the reserve. Level: Easy hike Positives: Kanching Falls is the closest falls to Kuala Lumpur so you don’t have to drive far and if it starts raining there is easy access to your car. It is perfect for […]

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Where My Beaches At?

Where My Beaches At?

By on March 14, 2016 in Beach, Eco with No Comments

So you’ve heard of the pristine beaches of Malaysia and maybe have seen some photos of them online and decided to pay a visit and get your tan on? Let me tell you that everything you’ve seen and heard is exactly as they are. The clear blue skies, sandy beaches, palm trees, turquoise waters and […]

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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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6 Best Things About Volunteering in Malaysia

6 Best Things About Volunteering in Malaysia

By on March 2, 2016 in Eco, Food, States with No Comments

By Lloyd Green Volunteering in a foreign country can provide an experience like no other. It can open a plethora of opportunities and harness a personal growth not attainable in most situations. So if you have the time to do something life changing and are looking for that extra zest in life, why NOT volunteer […]

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What do expats say about Malaysia?

What do expats say about Malaysia?

By Emma Richards Well, depending on where you come from, ‘Gosh, it’s hot!’ is quite often the first thing any expat will say about Malaysia. Stepping off the plane for the first time, feeling the humid air fill my lungs and the stifling warmth envelope me as I emerged from the cool into the tropical […]

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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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A Seasonal Guide To Malaysia

A Seasonal Guide To Malaysia

By on February 20, 2016 in Beach, Celebrations, Eco, Events, Festivals, Highlands with No Comments

By Lloyd Green  Heading to Malaysia soon? Here’s a month-by-month guide of the must-see things to do during the year.   We start off with Thaipusam, a colourful annual Hindu festival where thousands of devotees travel from Kuala Lumpur to Batu Caves and up the temple’s 272 stairs to the shrine of Lord Murugan to […]

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Chinese New Year in Malaysia

Chinese New Year in Malaysia

By on February 5, 2016 in Uncategorized with No Comments

Chinese New Year in Malaysia By Lloyd Green   February 8-9 Malaysia is a cultural hive of tradition, ancient customs and a blend of ethnicities that ensures a diverse and multi-cultural life. Chinese New Year is one such time when all Malaysians come together to celebrate the nation’s Chinese roots and of course the first […]

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Beautiful Malaysia

Beautiful Malaysia

There’s only so much a person can say about a place, food and people. If I were to tell you that Malaysia has the most beautiful beaches, delicious food or interesting culture, you could also tell me that other countries have that too. The best way to introduce anyone to Malaysia is by show and […]

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