Finding Solace in Pangkor

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Some people might say, life is not all about living in prestige. After all, it goes back to the modest, simple lifestyle. While some other people might prefer wandering along the shore to find peace, others may simply opt to admire the best architectural grandeur. Whether it could be an elegant facade that belongs to […]

Sightseeing in Selama

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From the fresh seafood in Perlis, the scenic paddy fields in Kedah to the happening hawker stalls in Penang, there is a lot to explore in the northern part of Malaysia. Take a trip away from the popular, bustling capital of Kuala Lumpur, and treat yourself to a wonderful eco-discovery. This time we wish to get you acquainted with the northern side of the beautiful state of Perak.

East Coast’s Calling!

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Good news for all beach lovers and island hoppers, for March is finally here. March means monsoon period is well over in the calendar year, and the coveted islands in East Coast are all ready to operate in no time. The fact is, while most of islands and beaches in Malaysia are open all-year round, […]

Domestic Wonders

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As a preferred destination, Malaysia’s 13 states offer varied experiences. For examples, in Peninsular, Malaysia offers Melaka’s historic sites, Penang’s gastronomic offerings, Pahang’s thick rainforests, East Coast’s cultural experiences and in Borneo we have Sarawak’s and Sabah’s exotic wonders. The list is endless, so is the fun and excitement. As Tourism Malaysia strengthens the domestic […]

The Mighty King of Fruits – Durian

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Durian. Ah, just the name alone can send shivers down the spine. (For most Malaysians, at least!) Affectionately hailed as the King of Fruits in Southeast Asia, its reputation of having the most pungent (read: aromatic) smell is well-advertised worldwide. As the smell is not agreeable to some, many hotels and establishments forbid this notorious […]

Timeless Village in Penang

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There are always many reasons to make a visit to Penang – the beautiful northern state known as the Pearl of The Orient. For tourists, Penang offers many historical buildings and monuments dating back to the British era, as food-lovers enjoy the best of street food in Peninsular. On top of that, 2020 is also […]

Thaipusam

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There are many races in Malaysia including Malays, Chinese, Indians and others. Together, Malaysians live in peace, harmony and love, and everybody is free to practise their own belief and customs. As a result, Malaysians enjoy many different celebrations and traditions which is a sign of respect and openness, practised by all. This is what […]

Love is in the Air!

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It is almost a fairy-tale like atmosphere when you fill the sky with colourful hot air balloons, darting up in the sky or floating idly. The scene is mesmerising, to joy of children and adults alike. Well, that’s what you feel when you are in Penang this February, as the Penang Balloon Fiesta will take […]
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