Category Archives: Malaysia

7 Great Reasons to visit Bario Sarawak

Bario is located in the Kelabit Highlands at the northeastern corner of Sarawak. Because of its average elevation of 1,000m above sea level, the word Bario means “Wind” in the local Kelabit language to represent the cool weather. It is … Continue reading

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Mah Meri Hari Moyang

Mah Meri is a group of indigenous people or “orang asli” who resides in the Carey Island, which is about 28km south of Klang town. There are 5 Mah Meri villages here on Carey Island with total population about 3,000 … Continue reading

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Pahang – State filled with Surprises

This is part 3 of the Road Trip II – East Coast Pahang being the largest state of Peninsular Malaysia, encompasses large areas of rain forests and home to its highest peak, Gunung Tahan at 2,187m, the famous Taman Negara … Continue reading

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Terengganu – Miles & miles of Sandy Beaches

This is part 2 of the Road Trip II – East Coast We opted to check out Terengganu’s beaches by taking the coastal road from top to bottom, with only a short detour for the main town of Kuala Terengganu. … Continue reading

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Kelantan – Waterfall Escapade

This is part 1 of the Road Trip II – East Coast Kelantan has been a foreign state to me until now – it was never fully explored because of it being too far away from KL/PJ and my ignorance … Continue reading

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Road Trip II – East Coast (Kelantan , Terengganu & Pahang)

March 14- 19th After completing 4days road trip covering the west coast back in Jan, it was high time to get on the road again for the East Coast states of Kelantan, Terengganu & Pahang. This time the trip lasted … Continue reading

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Kuala Lumpur losing its Heritage & Icons of Independence

“A generation which ignores history has no past — and no future.” Robert A Heinlein During my travels, I have always enjoyed cities & towns which have preserved their historical buildings & roots. These preservation efforts are very important because it … Continue reading

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