- Couple/ Honeymoon Destination
- Family Vacation
- Friends Hangout
- Hill Station
- Historical Place
- Kuala Lumpur
- Mabul Island
- Penang Island
- Pulau Perhentian
- Pulau Redang
- Pulau Tioman
- Weekend Gateway
Mabul Island, or as locally known, Pulau Mabul is a teeny-tiny island spread across just around 20 hectares. Whether you’re an enthusiastic diver or...
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Langkawi seems to be an isolated cluster of islands on the Andaman Sea and separate...
Clearwater Cave is Asia’s longest cave measuring around 107 km. It was discovered in 1978...
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Exploring the incredible world can make a holiday successful without any question. So here are...
Langkawi island is one of the most popular island in Malaysia and which is situated...
Langkawi Sky Bridge is built on top of the Machinchang mountain. Accessible from the Top Station, the bridge is suspended from a 82m high single...
Pulau Island or Tioman Island is one of the largest volcanic islands across Malaysia, situated in the state of Pahang. In early 1970, this island...
Kuala Lumpur which means 'muddy estuary' is popularly known as KL among locals and frequent visitors. KL is the capital city and one of the fastest growing city...
Apart from the other beautiful and must-visit tourist attractions in Johor Bahru or even in Malaysia, if there is one place you must not...
George Town is an evidence of over 500 years of relationship between East and West at the Straits of Malacca. If you’re ever curious...
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 of time to be completely explored and understood. How about...
Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi, or KhooKongsi is a large Chinese clan (family) house dating back to some centuries ago, marking the huge presence of the prevailing Chinese, namely the Hokkien community in Malaysia....
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 only thing that can make up to our efforts...
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, this secondary jungle is home to around 500 species of...
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 for its tropical plants, flora and fauna, wildlife species and...
Kek Lok Si or the Temple of Supreme Bliss is the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia built between 1890 and 1930 by Beow Lean, a Chinese Buddhist immigrant. It is also considered to be...