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The Haven Ipoh is the ultimate hideaway for the world-weary traveller. Escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and rejoice in Perak’s tallest and most luxurious resort condotel. Indulge in Best Western International (BWI) finest eco-resort in Asia, …

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This luxury hotel promises an unforgettable “home-away-from-hone” ambience. Situated in the heart of KK’s business, shopping and entertainment districts, overlooking the grandeur of the coral islands of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, KK’s first 5-star international hotel takes delighting …

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Experience a rail journey like no other. It took indentured Tamil labourers eight years to build the 500km long jungle railway from Gemas to Tumpat, on the north-east coast near Kota Bharu. The first section from Gemas to Kuala Lipis …

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Paya Indah Wetlands (PIW) is the best example of former tin mine transformed into a natural habitat for hundreds of flora and fauna. PIW was put under the management of the Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia in …

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Homestay Programme in Malaysia

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A tourism product in Malaysia that is becoming increasingly popular among local and foreign tourists is the homestay programme. Under the homestay programme, tourists live with a local family in a kampung (village) house and learn about close-knit family relationships, …

 

Ramadhan in Malaysia

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As the sun begins to set and the Maghrib call to prayer resonates through the air from nearly mosques; Muslims bow their heads together, reciting a short prayer, ending the day’s fasting period by sharing a meal with family and …

 

What to do in Kota Kinabalu

With its lush rainforests, beautiful beaches and bustling city life, Kota Kinabalu has a lot to offer. From island holidays to mountain climbing, check out five things you can do while you’re in Sabah’s capital: Island hopping A 20-minute boat …

 

KLIA voted 9th best airport in the world

Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) ranked 9th in a list of the best airports in the world, as voted by globe-trotters in the 2015 edition of Sleeping in Airports’ best and worst airports list. KLIA shared its top 10 …

 

KLIA snooze fest

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DON’T you just hate it when you have to take multiple flights, and your layover at the airport stretches for a long time. Worse if there are delays. Your much-needed sleep has eluded you on your first flight or you’ve …

 

Visa waiver for China group tourists to Malaysia from Oct 1, 2015

From Oct 1, group tourists from China travelling to Malaysia will be granted a temporary social pass or visa exemption for 15 days. Tourism Malaysia chairman Wee Choo Keong said that after a long wait of three months, the Home …