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Colonial Georgetown is a topsy-turvy collection of shophouses, trishaws, laneway shops and grand buildings. Portuguese traders from Goa in India first visited here in the 16th century, when Penang ...
Borneo. The name alone conjures images of exotic, unknown experiences steeped in adventure and environmental wonder. A land of wild orangutans and oversized rafflesia flowers, the capital city of ...
The oldest national park in the province of Sarawak , Bako National Park contains cliff-side views of the South China Sea, pristine coves and headlands, inland waterfalls that empty into ...
Nature-lovers in Malaysia have many options to choose from, whether it’s forest adventures at the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia, spelunking in the Batu Cave Complex , or diving off the ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2012
Known elsewhere around the world as the Mid-Autumn Festival, Lantern Festival, or Zhongqiu Festival, the Mooncake Festival in Malaysia
is a celebration of unity and familial harmony. With origins ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, March 2013
Penang offers a world of diverse culture from its own local peoples to the countries of those inhabitants that have made the famous town home. From the reaches of China to Europe, culture is in the ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, November 2011
Malaysia has a lot to offer adventurous travelers, but none so exhilarating as the incredible cave systems maintained by both public and private organizations, many of which have received special ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, July 2012
Attracting audiences in excess of 30,000 people annually, The Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) in Sarawak is one of the largest music festivals in Malaysia .
With a program that includes ...
Written by koalakiss86, Australia, November 2010
Penang is a culturally diverse place with Malaysian, Chinese, Indian and European infuences. Good for no more than about 4 days to see all you need to see, the food is awesome if you eat at the local ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, January 2013
The island of Sabah in Malaysia is the perfect destination for the adventure seeker wanting to break-out from the humdrum of big city destinations while traveling. To start, get to the region’s ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2012
Trekkers and nature lovers would be remiss to pass up the many opportunities for hiking and encountering lush flora and fauna found in one of Malaysia’s most extensive and expansive hill stations. ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, August 2012
Traveling in the bewildering capital of Malaysia
can be confusing, and the abundance of museums and so-called
“memorials” can be off-putting to visitors with a limited amount of
time. The ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, December 2012
New Year’s Eve celebrations in Kuala Lumpur seem to always surround the hubbub going on at Petronas Tower ,
with an amazing public display that attracts thousands of visitors each
year. Held ...
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