Exploring Melanau Heritage at Lamin Dana

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If you have the opportunity to visit Central Sarawak, why not spend your time at Tellian Village in Mukah hinterland, a quaint, laid-back coastal village that will make you feel like wandering through times while exploring Melanau culture. The Melanaus who were once seafaring people and well known to be sago farmers and fisherman, are […]

Celebrate George Town World Heritage Day like a True Penangite

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Did you know that every 7th of July is George Town World Heritage Day? It is in celebration of the day George Town was designated as one of the World Heritages, back in 7th July 2008. Since then, various festivals and events are held to celebrate this honourable recognition! Unfortunately, this year’s festival had to […]

Unlock the Creative Side of You with Malaysian Batik

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Are you running out of ideas on how to spend your free time during this Conditioned Movement Control Order (CMCO)? How about reconnecting with our local art that you’re most probably familiar with, but never knew you could actually try for yourselves? I’m talking about our beloved Malaysian batik! Sit back, relax, and meditate with […]

Not Your Usual Local Museums

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Have you been planning an elaborate list of places-to-go during this Movement Control Order? Are there any museums listed? If there aren’t, there should be! Although, there are more than 130 museums to choose from in Malaysia. Fret not and allow us to highlight some of the less-common museums with admission fees no more than […]

What to See in Sabah (Other than Proboscis Monkeys!)

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They say “third time’s the charm” and in this case, I wholeheartedly agree. My first two trips to Sabah only brought me to Kota Kinabalu, and I didn’t get the chance to explore much beyond the city. This time though, I was whisked away on an adventure outside the comforts of the city to experience […]

7 KIDS-FRIENDLY HOTELS IN MALAYSIA THAT YOUR FAMILY WILL LOVE

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Are you ready kids? Aye Aye Captain! As ‘kids’ and ‘play’ go hand in hand, it is no surprise that kids-friendly hotels are usually located within the vicinity of amusement or theme parks. However, there are also a number of hotels that take it up a notch and create their own mini ‘theme parks’, right […]

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 […]

7 PLACES TO EXPLORE DURING VISIT SARAWAK YEAR 2019

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Established as the Malaysia’s largest state, Sarawak is a haven of natural landscapes with various national parks, nature reserves, wildlife sanctuaries and dozens of attractions that never cease to amaze travellers. Blessed with vibrant cultures from 27 different ethnic groups, this state that is located on the island of Borneo promises exciting escape from the […]
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