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Introduction to Sabah, The Land Below the Wind

By: Melissa Lin Sabah, known as the land below the wind, lies on the island of Borneo, sharing the island with Sarawak, Brunei and Kalimantan Indonesia. Interestingly,...

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Ari Moyang: Malaysia’s Mah Meri People thank the Spirits

By: Ebrahim Harris The Orang Asli of Malaysia are divided into 18 sub-ethnic groups according to customs and languages.With a population around 1,400, Mah Meri is...

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Indonesia vs Malaysia AFF Final: Laser pointers & Itching powder?

By: Dalih Sembiring Indonesia may have triumphed in six out of seven matches during the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup 2010, but Malaysia won the war this...

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...

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Malaysian Food: Diversity at its best!

By: Melissa Lin Malaysia offers infinite varieties of different cuisines. It is here the gastronomic adventure begins. Indian curries, Chinese soups and Malay...

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People of Malaysia: Truly Asia, Truly Divided?

By: Melissa Lin In recent years, Malaysian people have been placed head to head with each other. The reality of different ethnicities, culture and faiths co-existing...

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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,...

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Insider Tips Kuala Lumpur

By: Melissa Lin An insider’s insight into getting more out of your experience in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Indulge in gastronomic delights, explore KL’s eclectic...