• Beautiful Mosques of Malaysia

    Mosques of Malaysia

    The Malaysian population is an interesting mix of various ethnicities including Muslim, Indian and Chinese. Muslim population make up approximately 61% of this ethnic mix. With a total population of Muslims exceeding 19 million in Malaysia, the strong presence of Islam is reflected in all aspects of social life including the architecture of Malaysian buildings. 

  • Best Honeymoon Destination in Malaysia

    Malaysia Honeymoon Destinations

    Planning a honeymoon and looking for some amazing honeymoon places in Malaysia for a romantic and memorable holiday? Malaysia is ranked as one of the best destinations for honeymooners from across the world, especially from the Middle East and Asian countries. Rich cultural heritage, amazing ethnic mix, modern lifestyle and world-class holiday destinations make Malaysia a very likeable choice if you are looking for a dream honeymoon. 

  • Best Places to visit in Kuala Lumpur - Part 2

    Kuala Lumpur Attractions

    In this part, I am exploring the most popular tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur located on the outskirts of the city of Kuala Lumpur. You are planning to spend a day in Kuala Lumpur and planning to visit some of the best places in the time you have. I have selected places that will appeal to both solo travellers as well as family travellers to Kuala Lumpur. 

  • Genting Highlands Malaysia's most popular destination

    Genting Highlands

    Genting Highlands Pahang Malaysia is one of the premier tourist destinations in Malaysia attractions millions of visitors from across the world as well as Malaysia. Genting is easily accessible from Kuala Lumpur which makes it a very popular destination for a day trip or a weekend break for the entire family. Covering a distance of 80 km on an uphill climb makes it popular for bike riders and sports car owners who speed up the winding road leading to the casinos.  

  • Kuala Lumpur Travel Guide

    Kuala lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur is a booming metropolis attracting over 29 million tourists from around the world. The city is spread over 243 sq. km with a population of over 1.8 million. With world-class road and transport infrastructure and a hub of air traffic to South-East Asia, Kuala Lumpur has become a major starting point for exploring South-East Asia for many travelers flying from Europe and mainland Asia.

  • Kuantan Pahang - East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia

    kuantan Pahang

    Kuantan is an amazing destination to explore with the family or for a solo traveller. The city is easily accessible from Kuala Lumpur by road or air. The interstate road network in Malaysia is world-class and driving is an enjoyable experience. For budget travellers catching a bus is an equally comfortable way to travel from Kuala Lumpur to Malaysia. 

  • One Day Trips from Kuala Lumpur for Families

    Day trips fro Kuala Lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur is a great city for a family holiday. There are plenty of things to do in Kuala Lumpur for visitors from all age groups. Attracting over 26.1 million international tourists in 2019 and over 57,000 rooms available in hotels in Kuala Lumpur has become a hub of tourist activities. 

  • The Shore Hotel & Residences Malacca - for family holiday

    Shore Hotel and Residence Malacca


    Malacca is a popular weekend and holiday destination in Kuala Lumpur. Due to its proximity to Kuala Lumpur and Port Dickson, Malacca attracts large holiday crowds during school holidays and public holidays in Malaysia. Travelling with a family, I have found that serviced apartments and resorts are ideal for staying. Malacca offers a wide of accommodation in all price ranges. I explored some places online and found Shore Hotel & Residence  offering amazing deals on a 3-night stay. 

  • Three Days in Kuching Sarawak Malaysia

    Kuching Sarawak

    Kuching is one of the most interesting destinations in Malaysia located in the Southern end of Sarawak in East Malaysia. The flight time from Kuala Lumpur is approximately 1 hour. AirAsia flights operate daily with prices ranging from RM 400 to RM 1000 (between A$ 10 -30).

  • Visit Melaka Malaysia

    Visit Melaka Malacca

    The UNESCO-listed state, Melaka provides a unique cultural experience with a rich history of colonial occupation. Offering easy access to Kuala Lumpur, Melaka city in recent years has seen a spate of development which makes it an ideal place for a weekend break as several quality hotels are available at very affordable rates. 

  • Visit Sarawak Cultural Village - Kampung Budaya Sarawak

    Sarawak Cultural Village Damai

    A visit to Sarawak Cultural Village in Damai near Kuching is one of the most interesting cultural experiences during the visit to Kuching Sarawak. The Cultural Village showcases the traditional longhouses of various tribes that lived in Borneo and Sarawak.

  • Visiting Georgetown and Batu Ferringhi in Penang

    Visit Penang in Malaysia

    Georgetown, once a significant part of the British Colony, boasts a plethora of eighteenth-century buildings that exude rich decor and offer a glimpse into its vibrant historical background. The diverse array of mosques, churches, and temples scattered across the city showcase its unique and blended heritage.

  • Visiting Georgetown Penang

    Visiting Georgetown Penang

    Chase the street art/art installations, walk along with the charming British Colonial houses with a camera in the hand and a sense of wonder in the heart, witness the elegance of the clan jetties almost floating on the quayside, or have food and shopping extravaganza at Gurney Drive and all over Georgetown. Head over for resort/beach fun and a vibrant Night Market at Batu Ferringhi. Penang will never let you go even after you leave!  Read More

  • Visiting Kuantan in Pahang

    Kuantan East Malaysia

    Kuantan is the capital city of Pahang on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia.I travelled to Kuantan from Kuala Terengganu in September 2019. The road trip takes around 2.5 hours and passes through a number of interesting and laid-back coastal towns including Kuala Dungan, Chukai, and Cherating. These coastal towns are popular for water sports and attract crowds from surrounding towns over the weekends. There are a number of seaside resorts along Cherating Beach. 

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