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5 things to do in Teluk Intan

Teluk Intan is a small town that is just 2-hours away from Kuala Lumpur. Once known as Teluk Anson, (Anson Bay) it was named in honour of Major-General Sir Archibald Edward Harbord Anson who planned for its modern township in 1882. A century later in 1982, the name was finally cemented as Teluk Intan which… 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 »

Things To Do At Night In KL

By Lloyd Green Lost at what to do at night in Kuala Lumpur? Never fear, we have all your answers. Open Mic Nights Live Music KL’s live music scene has it all, and now with the emergence of conceptualised musician-friendly venues, the depth of KL’s talent pool is booming. For a chilled-out evening, check out… Read More »

Ethical transport destination: Malaysia

Ethical transport destination: Malaysia Multi-ethnic, abounding in enlightenment and biodiversity, Malaysia is both a place we wish to revisit and don’t wish to spoil by being an “ugly tourist”. By “spoil” we meant minister to overdevelopment, thereby watering down a normal enlightenment or even destroying a inlet that brought we here in a initial place.… Read More »

Exploring Georgetown, Penang

Exploring Georgetown, Penang Georgetown in Penang, Malaysia is a hotspot for story buffs; a origins as a British colonial trade repository portion as a substructure for a district’s dining, selling and informative attractions. Nicknamed a “Pearl of a Orient”, Georgetown’s standing as Penang’s inaugural chronological captivate was cemented in 2008 by UNESCO approval as a… Read More »