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The History Surviving In The Remains: A’Famosa

A’Famosa, also known as “Kota AFamosa” in Malay and "The Famous" in Portuguese, is one of the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Southeast...

Watch History Come Alive at Malacca

Malacca or Melaka is the capital city of the State of Malacca with its significant cultural contribution to the country with Baba-Nyona aka Peranakan...

Experience India like Nowhere Else, except in India Itself: Little India

If you’re a traveler, India is probably already on your bucket list. Well, a country as big as that definitely demands a huge amount...

The Exceptional History of Hokkiens in Penang Khoo Kongsi

Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi, or KhooKongsi is a large Chinese clan (family) house dating back to some centuries ago, marking the huge presence...

An Much-Needed Escape from the Busy World: ESCAPE Theme Park

While all of us are busy keeping up with the fast-forwarded world, we all have lost the kid in us somewhere down the line....

The Secret to the Legendary Recipes: Penang Tropical Spice Garden

The Tropical Spice Garden of Penang is the only spice garden in Southeast Asia and is also an award-winning farm. Spread across 8 acres,...

The Smallest Heaven for Wildlife: Penang National Park

The Penang National Park is believed to be the smallest National Park in the world. Spread across 1,213 hectares, facing the ocean, it’s famous...

Peace by the Ocean: Penang Beaches

Surrounded by waterbodies, Penang is definitely one of the favorite destinations around the world for beach lovers. It is home to some of the...

Why Malaysia Tourism?

While Malaysia has always been a favorite tourist spot in Asia, there are a lot of hidden gems in this country which the world...

Surrender into the Peaceful Territory of God: Kek Lok Si

Kek Lok Si or the Temple of Supreme Bliss is the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia built between 1890 and 1930 by Beow Lean,...