(Ah Wei (Lung Wei)) Known as the “Pearl of the Orient”, Penang is famous among worldwide travellers as an international food paradise. Often overshadowed by the popularity of Langkawi’s tropical paradise of island archipelagos, Penang is fondly referred to by the locals as Malaysia’s gastronomical haven. For some, Penang is still shrouded in mystery as
With Halloween around the corner, why not get into the spirit of things with a trip to one of the most haunted hotels in Asia? We not just talking themed hotels or Transylvania wannabes either, the following 5 hotels are said to be genuinely haunted, but you don’t believe in that stuff….. do you? 1.
Photo credit: Tumblr How much do you know about our neighbouring country, Malaysia? Did you know that Malaysia is one of the most popular backpacking destinations in Southeast Asia? If this isn’t enough reason for you go on a weekend adventure across the straits, join us as we embark a journey in unveiling the charms
Photo credit: Chaiwalla & Co. Bored of cafe hopping in Singapore? Sick of the ever rising prices here? Take advantage of the low ringgit exchange rates and hop over to our neighbouring country Malaysia to continue venturing for new Instagrammable cafes! Cafes are starting to bloom right now in Johor Bahru and many Singaporean Instagrammers
Skip Penang and Malacca, and head to Sabah for the food instead. Like Singapore, Malaysia is a multi-racial country with many local delights from the different ethnic groups. Read on to discover the top 10 food you have to eat in Sabah! #10 Bak Kut Teh Hearty bowl of Bah Kut Teh (Flickr/ lumei) It’s
No, this is not an episode on Fear Factor – priced at RM599 (approximately SGD$210), Dinner in The Sky Malaysia hoists diners with a crane, allowing them to enjoy a five-course meal while suspended in the air. Malaysia is the first Southeast Asia country to host this unique dining experience not to be missed. Tickets