Level Up Your Homestay Experience at the Highlands of Bakelalan

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In a quiet, sleepy town of Sarawak, where the mountains and lands stretch as far as the eyes could see, lies the village of Bakelalan. Imagine waking up being serenaded to the sounds of nature as you breathe in the crisp, clean air, 1,000 metres above sea level. This is what awaits you at Bakelalan Homestay, situated on the highlands of the state of Sarawak, where there resides one of the most important Lun Bawang settlements in Malaysia.

Rural Sojourn in Muar

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Photo courtesy of Flickr Jasni Muda As you delve into its heritage buildings, art murals and explore its famous local foods and snacks – mee bandung, coffee 434, otak-otak and mee siput – you will find Muar, one of the biggest city in the southern state of Johor, has its own personality in spades. Located […]

TOP 5 TRADITIONAL MALAYSIAN VILLAGES TO VISIT NEAR KUALA LUMPUR

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Want to get to know the real Malaysia? Why not take a trip outside of Kuala Lumpur’s city limits. Within less than two hours, you will find yourself in some pretty amazing countryside or “kampung” located in the Central Region (Selangor and Negeri Sembilan). Here, you can play like a kid again, enjoy nature, breathe […]

LIFE LESSONS IN RURAL MALAYSIA

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As city dwellers, we are used to demanding for things to be done “yesterday.” We are so used to listening to the scripted customer service dialogue at fast-food counters that we’ve learned to tune it out. We are used to the mass-produced “nutrition” in polystyrene boxes. And no matter how much we “communicate” on our hi-technology […]

My Malaysia

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By Lloyd Green I sit here on the plane leaving Malaysia after eight months. An experience quite unlike any I have ever encountered. Malaysia is a country where the more you invest, the more you get out of it. You could be forgiven for thinking Malaysia is embodied by KL’s global reputation — its bright […]

The other side of Malaysia

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By Lloyd Green Like in any country, life away from the city is different. In rural Malaysia, village or kampung life is another beast. The Malays and Orang Asli here still practice their traditions, maintaining the old lifestyle of their people. It is completely different from the lifestyle in the city and you can see […]

Exploring Rural Malaysia

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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 […]

6 Best Things About Volunteering in Malaysia

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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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