Tag Archives: Peninsular Malaysia

5 reasons to visit Pangkor Island

By Aura FarrandoImage: Pulau Pangkor and its many islands Searching for that perfect weekend getaway? Perhaps something a little quieter than tourist hotspots like Langkawi and Perhentians? Look no further than Pangkor Island, located off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia in the state of Perak, just 90km from Ipoh. It has everything you want… Read More »

Why volunteering in Malaysia is a must?

Want to check out Malaysia in a fun, cheap and rewarding way. Why not volunteer? There are plenty of programmes and non-profit organisations offering once in a lifetime experiences where you’ll truly feel Malaysian. Here are some of the perks: Integration into culture! If you volunteer in Malaysia, there is no doubt you will gain… Read More »

A budget guide to travelling Malaysia

By Lloyd Green Okay, if you’re coming to Malaysia to spend two weeks in Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi and the Perhentian Islands, you’re probably not going to do it on the cheap. But there’s also plenty of people who pass through Malaysia on their way north from Singapore en route to Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.… Read More »

My Malaysia

By Lloyd Green I sit here on the plane leaving Malaysia after eight months. An experience quite unlike any I have ever encountered. Malaysia is a country where the more you invest, the more you get out of it. You could be forgiven for thinking Malaysia is embodied by KL’s global reputation — its bright… Read More »

Island hopping in Malaysia

Island hopping in Malaysia Malaysia has some of a many pleasing beaches in a universe that are eminent for their scenic beauty, surrounding pleasant greenery, internal villages and of march scuba diving and snorkeling. So if white sands, blue waters and good food is your scene, here are 5 islands that will take your exhale… Read More »