International Museum Day

Rate this post International Museum Day (IMD) is back again!   It is celebrated globally on 18 May annually, and on this day all museums waive their entrance fees to the public. The International Council of Museums (ICOM) comes up with a theme every year, and this year the theme is “Museums as Cultural Hubs: […]

ROUGHING IT OUT AT KENABOI FOREST RESERVE

Rate this post Kenaboi Forest Reserve is located in the district of Jelebu, Negeri Sembilan, which is about 85 km from Kuala Lumpur. Standing at 1,462 meters, Gunung Besar Hantu, which is the highest peak in Negeri Sembilan, is situated in this forest reserve along with its highest waterfall, known as Lata Kijang (Deer Waterfall). […]

Malaysia Top 7 events in October

Rate this post   Nine Emperor Gods Festival Where: Penang When: Oct 1 – 9 For the ultimate cultural experience, check out the Nine Emperor Gods Festival. Taking place on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month at various temples across Penang, this Taoist festival honours the nine sons of Tou Mu, controller of […]

Why volunteering in Malaysia is a must?

Rate this post 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 […]

Museum: Melaka Aboriginal Museum

Rate this post The element of magic and ritual (pagan) are famous in their culture making this ‘Orang Asli’ called a primitive. They also believe in forest or nature spirit where all daily activities must be blessed by the spirits or if not they will be cursed for their whole life.  Article source: http://sayangmelaka.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default