Tag: Malaysia
0 Eden Search on Sarawak Journey (Malaysia)

Eden Search on Sarawak Journey (Malaysia)

Sarawak is Malaysia's largest of the thirteen states, located in the northwest Borneo area, near the South China Sea, it covers an area of 124,450 square kilometers, and is known as "hornbill town". This is a 150 million-years-old mysterious land where 2/3 of it is covered with virgin forest and dense tropical rain ...

0 10 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Kuala Lumpur

10 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Kuala Lumpur

To help visitors and new residents ensure they get the most out of Kuala Lampur here’s a list of Kuala Lampurs’ top 10 most beautiful places to visit. The landmarks that made the cut for the list include religious hot spots, iconic landmarks, and culturally enriching streets.   1. Petronas Twin Towers (Suria ...

0 Malaysia’s 10 Outdoor Activities You Must Try!

Malaysia’s 10 Outdoor Activities You Must Try!

People nowadays tend to stay in air conditioned rooms and maintain a sedentary lifestyle, rather than going outside and subjecting themselves to activities that make them sweaty. However, outdoor activity not only promotes mental and physical health, but also boosts the bonds among people. Let’s get outside and enjoy ...

0 10 Must-Visit Water Theme Parks in Malaysia

10 Must-Visit Water Theme Parks in Malaysia

Apart from the Beaches and nature parks spotted all over the country, and especially so in peninsular Malaysia, the country also boasts various water theme parks around the country. Indeed, there is something for everyone in Malaysia. Some of these water theme parks Malaysia include the following: 1. Malaysia Largest ...

0 A comprehensive guide to Johore, Malaysia

A comprehensive guide to Johore, Malaysia

Johor is one of Malaysia’s 13 states whose capital is Johor Bahru. It is in Malaysia’s southern extremity and is actually mainland Asia’s most southern point. Johore’s considerable landmass is home to yellow pear orchards, rubber tree orchards, coconut and palm oil groves, peaceful villages, and serene fishing ...

0 Walk into Malaysia, Know about Baba-Nyonya

Walk into Malaysia, Know about Baba-Nyonya

Baba-Nyonya indicates Chinese descendants from the Ming dynasty that settled in Malacca, Indonesia and Singapore during the early 15th century. They came mostly from Fujian Province or the Chao-Shan Area of Guangdong Province, while a small amount of them originated from The Hakkas. Most of them are hybrids of Chinese ...

0 Explore 7 Kinds of Architecture in Malaysia

Explore 7 Kinds of Architecture in Malaysia

Malay Architecture Traditional Malay architecture shows a high level of workmanship and was well adapted to tropical environments. One example is stilt houses which utilize up-drafts to cool the house and mitigate the effects of floods. Another is the use of sloped roofs and large windows which allows ample ...