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Rusila Beach, Terengganu Malaysia

Introduction to Malaysia

By: Melissa Lin One of the most well known and celebrated facts about Malaysia is it's multiculturalism. Chinese, Indian, Malay and indigenous cultures all...

KTM Station, Kuala Lumpur

Introduction to Kuala Lumpur

By: Melissa Lin Kuala Lumpur is a city with a unique character. The architectural styles, food, flavors and people in KL reflect her many different facets and faces....

Johor Baru

Introduction to Johor Bahru, Malaysia

By: Melissa Lin Johor Bahru, capital of Johor in the South of West Malaysia, is the second most densly populated city after Kuala Lumpur. The gateway to Singapore,...

Bayu Bay, Penang, By: Hilmi Z Othman

Splendid Isolation: Southeast Asia’s most Alluring Islands

By: Simon Hare & Emma Kwee As a Brit, a love of island life is in my DNA and like many of my fellow countrymen I was brought up on island holidays: The Isle of...

Peninsular Malaysia

Introduction to the Eastcoast of Malaysia: In the Belly of the East

By: Melissa Lin The East coast of Peninsular, made up of Kelantan, Pahang and Terengganu has some of Malaysia’s most unspoilt islands, and is a favorite spot for...

Sarawak map

Introduction to Sarawak: the Land of the Hornbills

By: Melissa Lin Sarawak, one of the two Malaysian states (the other one being Sabah) that lie on the island of Borneo, is a land steeped in rich culture and...

Port Dickson seaview, By: Sham Hardy

Destination Port Dickson, Malaysia’s Seaside Retreat

By: Melissa Lin Port Dickson is a favored seaside retreat for many Malaysians, located in the district Negeri Sembilan, 90 kilometers south of Kuala Lumpur. It takes...

The Hills are Alive in Malaysia: Explore Fraser’s Hill

By: Melissa Lin A favourite get away for locals and visitors alike from the sometimes unbearable heat of the Malaysian sun is Fraser’s hill. Located in Pahang, about...

The Red Square Malacca

Introduction to Malacca, Malaysia’s historic city

By: Melissa Lin Malaysia’s historic city Malacca has witnessed the height of a Malay empire and later occupation by the Portuguese, Dutch and English. She is also...

Chinese Temple Penang

Penang Malaysia, Pearl of the Orient

By: Melissa Ling Penang Island, fondly crowned by locals as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’ attracts to its shores a multitude of visitors. It is not hard to imagine why,...