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4 Other Attractions in Kuala Lumpur to Visit

Kuala Lumpur is one of the most fascinating cities on the Asian continent, and is the capital of Malaysia. With a booming population of 7.1 million people, Kuala Lumpur is at once modern and historic, boasting a number of attractions you won’t want to miss. Some of the most well-known things to do and see… Continue reading 4 Other Attractions in Kuala Lumpur to Visit

Retail Therapy: Duty-Free Shopping in Langkawi

Most visitors to the duty-free island of Langkawi get no further than the cigar shops in the capital, Kuah, but oh how much they miss! The out-of-town shopping malls work hard to attract shoppers with their discounted prices and where else can you combine top designer brands with a Segway jungle tour, a cable car… Continue reading Retail Therapy: Duty-Free Shopping in Langkawi

Where to go in Malaysia: Top Cities and Most Famous Attractions

Malaysia has so many bustling cities and plenty of stunning wildlife to discover - you just have to know where to look. Here's our pick of where to go.

10 Things You Should Experience in Malaysia

It’s no exaggeration that Malaysia offers a wealth of activities for every kind of person – from shopping and eating your way through bustling cities, to total relaxation on deserted islands, to adventuring in wild jungles and rainforests. It’s hard to summarise all that into a short list, particularly when each Malaysian state offers quite… Continue reading 10 Things You Should Experience in Malaysia

Escaping the Crowd in Kota Kinabalu

The capital of Sabah is not only the main gateway to East Malaysia, it is also a treasure trove of natural wonders ranging from lush rainforests to a teeming marine park. City slicker Karen Tee takes a break from the concrete jungle to spend a few days in Kota Kinabalu. By Karen Tee – Most… Continue reading Escaping the Crowd in Kota Kinabalu

Food Trails: Culinary Delights of Peninsular Malaysia

Malaysia has a rich native and colonial history and is home to a range of cultures. This mix of influences has given rise to some mouth-watering regional cuisine, particularly in Peninsular Malaysia. We take a trip through the region to discover its culinary specialties.   What to Eat in Ipoh Charles Haynes While exploring the… Continue reading Food Trails: Culinary Delights of Peninsular Malaysia

Guide to Sepang F1 Malaysia Grand Prix 2015

The Malaysian Sepang Formula 1 weekend is a big deal, and not just for the drivers and race teams. Spectators have to navigate a complex labyrinth of drinks, parties, late nights and concerts. And that’s before they get anywhere near the track and the high-pitched roar of the engines. Read our handy guide to tackling… Continue reading Guide to Sepang F1 Malaysia Grand Prix 2015

Food Trails: A Culinary Adventure in Borneo, East Malaysia

Borneo is known for its nature and wildlife, but visitors are often surprised by the wonderful selection of food on offer. While Borneo has similar cultural influences to Peninsular Malaysia – Malaysian, Indian, Chinese – the tribes native to the area have also influenced the culinary scene. Kuching, Sarawak Sarawak is known for its native… Continue reading Food Trails: A Culinary Adventure in Borneo, East Malaysia

Best Food in Penang, Malaysia

Laksa mania. Home of the nonya dishes by the Straits-Chinese in Malaysia, featuring beautiful fusion Asian flavours. Served with rice, noodles and drowning in curry.

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