Cycle your way to a healthier you in 2020!

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In the blink of an eye, 2020 is already upon us. While some of us are ready to set our goals for the new year into motion, some others might still struggle in finalising those resolutions. As we usher in Visit Malaysia Year 2020 which promotes eco and experiential tourism, here’s an idea: take up […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Ramadan Rarities!

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The most-awaited month is approaching, for various reasons. Ramadan! For Muslims, this month of fasting is also the month to enhance their relationship with Allah by doing more good, be it towards each other or by increasing number of prayers and reciting the Holy Quran. For Non-Muslims (and many Muslims too, if you’re really honest!), […]

UNIQUE BIRDS IN MALAYSIA

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According to the Lonely Planet alone, there are over 750 bird species in Malaysia, and some of which are amongst the “coolest” of species. If you love nature, and are fond of travelling to the many nature parks and reserves of Malaysia, chances are, you would have come across at least one of these precious […]
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