As we brace through the Covid-19 pandemic that has been hitting the world since December 2019, Malaysians have united in flattening the curve and curbing the spread of the novel coronavirus. From the first Movement Control Order (MCO), we have now successfully reached the recovery phase, or the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), where locals […]
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 […]
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In conjunction with the International Day of Happiness that falls on every March 20th, Urban and Rural Planning Department has announced 10 happiest cities in Malaysia in 2019. The National Happiness Index Study factors in several aspects, including locals’ mental and physical well-being, financial management, community activities, services of local authorities, and environmental quality. This […]
Perlis may be the smallest state in Malaysia, but it boasts many attractions that appeal to a variety of travellers for many good reasons. Instead of flocking the capital city and the usual urban trappings, why not take the road less travelled and venture out to this northernmost state in Peninsular Malaysia?
Feel the serenity as your feet step onto the sandy white beach and you hear the calming waves splashing its blue and green clear
water on the shore. Are you ready for your next beach adventure?
Malaysia is renowned for its beautiful, pristine beaches, one of which is a tiny island situated about 6km off the coast of Marang, on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
In today’s uncertainties, it’d be great to be somewhere with a splendid and magnificent view. Heaven on earth. Everything feels far and disconnected as we’re stuck at our homes. If only there was a bridge to reach into the realm of picturesque wonders. Actually, there are quite some literal bridges with exquisite vista beyond words. […]
Having a royal fantasy is a phase where most people would go through growing up. Imagining we are some sort of a ruler, King or Queen of our own self made empire in our castle. In movies, palaces stood opulent and exclusive. But did it ever came across your mind there’d be a dental room […]
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 […]
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Are you patiently waiting at home, dreaming for now, to travel later? (#DreamNow, #TravelLater!) If you are (as am I), I have three local destinations for you to choose from for the better days we all await! Let’s go to Skytrex, the perfect place to stretch our bodies and reclaim our nature, through nature. Where […]
Photo courtesy of sabahtravel.com From an aerial view, it may look like Vlasoff Cay in the Quensland, Australia – a picturesque sandbar at the coral-studded sea, but it’s different. What you will see is actually heaps of coral fragments that are believed to being washed away over time due to convergence of sea currents, forming […]
Once a year, Pasar Ramadans spring into action all over the country for a full month during Ramadan. Here are our top picks of params around the Klang Valley. Throughout the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims around the world refrain from eating and drinking from dawn to dusk. In Malaysia, food stalls pop up at […]
Piping hot rice is gently scooped onto freshly cut banana leaves, with savoury rasam, spicy chicken curry and crispy papadom.
Ask any Malaysian about Penang, and they’ll definitely talk about the food. From char kuey teow to nasi kandar, cendol to rojak and more; there’s just so much to taste and try at the food capital of Malaysia. So where do you begin, you ask? Fret not, we’ve gone on the hunt for all the […]
DARYL YEP CHECKS OUT KIDZANIA, THE NATION FOR KIDS, AND IS FASCINATED BY THIS AWARD-WINNING THEME PARK Kai! That’s probably the first word you’ll hear as you step into KidZania, Kuala Lumpur’s latest indoor family edutainment centre. Here’s how greetings are exchanged instead of hello. It’s personal; giving kids an instant sense of belonging and […]
The deep seas off Terengganu may be rich in oil and gas reserves, making the east coast state among the region's leaders in the oil, gas and petrochemical industry, but some argue that its real treasures are all found on the mainland.
With a documented history reaching as far back as the 2nd century, Terengganu certainly has accumulated a wealth of heritage influenced by the Langkasuka and Srivijaya kingdoms it was part of, and the Majapahit, Khmer and Chinese empires it traded with. Despite modern developments, the old Terengganu still remains - and the best way to explore it? Via Federal Route 3 - approaching a hundred years old, but still one of Malaysia's most scenic highways.
The silent whisper of ripening paddy fields swaying gently in the wind greets visitors, as they step into Kampung Seterpa. Running barefoot, a small boy pushes his small tricycle across the beaten footpath at the edge of the paddy fields. A rooster crows loudly, breaking the deafening silence.
Opulent Chinese mother-of pearl dining table graces the massive hallway. Tiles inlaid with small, brownish chintz decks the accompanying living room.
Richly woven tapestry adorns the walls; pictures of a wealthy Baba-Nyonya couple, the Penang Peranakans, hang demurely alongside.
The scent of old antique wooden teak lingers in the air.
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 […]
Did you know that there is a permanent display promoting local products and services from over 500 Malaysian companies?
The Malaysia Export Exhibition Centre (MEEC) at Menara MATRADE in Kuala Lumpur is the place for trade visitors to obtain more information on Malaysian local products for export.
Happy New Year!
New resolutions? New places to travel? Any interesting places to visit?
Share the adventure with us as we explore more of Malaysia this year.
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, And Smith intercepted in the end zone on the 49ers' final thing.