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 […]

20 Must-Have Souvenirs from Malaysia

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If you are anything like me, you will look for the MOST interesting, out-of-the-ordinary souvenir from places you’ve been. It used to be very conventional, like postcards, keychains, decorative plates and the like but these stuff take up space and require some kind of maintenance as years go by. The novelty of a souvenir has […]

TOP HOTELS IN MALAYSIA THAT TRANSPORT YOU TO A DIFFERENT WORLD

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Holidays are a way to get away from the routine and familiar. That’s why when we travel, we sometimes catch ourselves doing things we wouldn’t normally do back home. We’re more adventurous, aren’t we, when we’re on the road travelling. There’s a change of scenery, we’re surrounded by strange cultures, the food is different, etc. […]

20 Awesome and True Malaysian Breakfasts!

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Breakfast is not called the most important meal of the day for nothing. With good breakfast, your day can be full of energy to get ready for challenges ahead. Being a multicultural society comes with some gastronomical benefits – Malaysians are incredibly fortunate to have the luxury of eating a wide variety of food for […]

LEMBAH BUJANG

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Not as gigantic as Giza’s Pyramid or Acropolis’ Parthenon, or popular as neighbouring Angkor Wat, not many people realize that Malaysia also offers something not less captivating than above. Nestled between forests, mountain and rivers in northern state of Kedah, archaeological wonder Lembah Bujang is a remaining proof of ‘existence of a trade and Hindu/Buddhism […]

20 Destinations in Malaysia for the Eco-Traveler

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Eco-Traveler. Who, and what exactly. is the Eco-traveller? According to the International Ecotourism Society, eco-travel  is “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment, sustains the well-beings and involves interpretation and education” It basically begs the question of how we can travel greener? Yes, be that person who is conscious of their natural surroundings, and strive […]

Things To Do In The Month of Merdeka

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In Malaysia, Independence Day is celebrated on 31 August every year. Why is it important to celebrate our Independence Day? For us, it is a day to remember all we as a nation have been through, as well as to demonstrate the significance of freedom and remind us of the sacrifices of our ancestors. By […]
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