20 Activities to Thrill you in Malaysia

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Some people are thrill-seekers by nature, and are always on the hunt for that adrenaline rush, no matter where it brings them! Speed, excitement, bumps and bruises, even a scar or two makes it all worth it, body aches and all! If that is what you crave for, and thrilling spills are your game, then […]

48 hours in Ipoh by ETS

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First Day8amKL Sentral – Ipoh Railway Station Taking the KTM train to Ipoh in the state of Perak, Malaysia, is the best way to travel to this interesting town, as the Ipoh railway station is located in the “old town,” an easy 10 to 15 minutes‘ walk to hotels and budget accommodation close to the […]

7 IDEAS FOR A ROYAL TOUR OF PEKAN, PAHANG

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Pahang is the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia, and has vast tourism assets including a national park, the highest mountain in the peninsular (Mount Tahan), beautiful islands, hill-top resorts, and beautiful beaches. Those familiar with Pahang, also known as the “Abode of Tranquility”, may have already visited its many popular tourist spots such as Genting […]

20 Boutique Hotels – Stay with Style!

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If you need some cosy time all by yourself, and looking for somewhere unique to stay for a night or more, boutique hotels in Malaysia offer you more than an accommodation. You will get extra nice decoration, extra services plus extra experience. Today, boutique hotels – normally a cosy-signature accommodation with less than 100 rooms – […]

Battling the Waves in Malaysia

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People like us are most likely to stay far, far away from the beaches during the monsoon, which usually occur from October to March if we are talking about the east coast in Peninsular Malaysia. But like a secret world, when the monsoon season comes and the islands close their doors to the public; that […]

T.O.U.R.I.S.T Interactive Experience

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Almost a decade ago, a group of cultural and heritage enthusiasts came up with the idea that provided informative walking tours down memory lane, weaving through the heart of Kuala Lumpur, sharing her past charm and current attractions, starting from Central Market daily. Through the years of sharing and numerous (re)discoveries, the idea came about […]

Street Art in Malaysia

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In the 21st century, street art or graffiti or city murals are no longer considered ‘arts for homeless’, but associated much with cultural and social – and even suburb – development. The social recognition has now made mural a form of arts with a status. From Berlin to Rio de Janeiro; from Bronx, New York […]

CHASING WILDLIFE IN SABAH

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They say travel broadens the mind, and I totally agree with that statement. However, the more I travel, the more I begin to appreciate all things back home, be it food, culture, nature or even our wildlife. I mean we saved enough money to go all the way to Africa for example, so that we […]
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