The other side of Malaysia

Rate this post By tmdigitalunit on May 19, 2016 in Eco, Family, Food, Highlands, History, Homestay, Kelantan, Malaysia, National Parks, States with No Comments By Lloyd Green Like in any country, life away from the city is different. In rural Malaysia, village or kampung life is another beast. The Malays and Orang Asli here still […]

Wat Chayamangkalaram Thai Buddhist Temple

Rate this post The Reclining Buddha is a steer to behold. ‘Reclining’ for about 33 meters in length, a large Buddha is also a gold-plated statue. The Reclining Buddha in this Wat Chayamangkalaram is deliberate to be a 14th biggest recumbent Buddha in a world. According to history, Queen Victoria has postulated a land for […]

Close encounters of a monkey kind – visiting a Semenggoh Rehabilitation Centre

Rate this post Close encounters of a monkey kind – visiting a Semenggoh Rehabilitation Centre Borneo is famous for a orangutans and a prominence for many travellers here is to see them in a wild. While it is probable to join trips going low into a jungles of Sarawak and Sabah, these can be costly […]

Race a Best during a Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix

Rate this post Race a Best during a Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix The Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix competition is a prominence of a general automobile racing circuit. Thousands of constant fans are captivated annually to a competition that has been hold during a Sepang International Circuit given 1999, overdue to a stability recognition […]