Live and Let Live at the East Coast Homestays

Rate this post The Malaysian homestay experience may have some similarities with the bed and breakfast concept in Europe, but there the similarity ends. It’s not only a retreat for those wanting to escape the city, it’s a lesson in life about humanity, patience, and for us, Malaysians, our heritage and traditions. The East Coast […]

Three Award-Winning Attractions To Explore In Malaysia

Rate this post When planning a visit to Malaysia, don’t forget to include these three award-winning attractions into your itinerary. They were recently given the highest Malaysian honours at the Malaysia Tourism Awards for being the best tourist attractions in the country. It wasn’t easy to get on the list – these three were shortlisted […]

A ambience of Szechuan with Moola

Rate this post January 29, 2013 during 5:00 pm How many times have we walked past a emporium or a grill though realising what is offering in there? we know we do. In a promptness to strech a end on time, these shops have been reduced to becloud images that incline into a background. One […]

Putrajaya, a creation of a city

Rate this post Putrajaya, a creation of a city As a immature capital, Putrajaya might not have a impression and essence of a good cities of a world, though it is good on a approach there with innovative architecture, community-centric city formulation and prolonged tenure ambitions. In propinquity to many of Malaysia’s other cities like […]

Gemas Railway Station

Rate this post ” Located in a tiny city called Gemas, this station, built in 1922 is organic compartment today.” Located in a tiny city called Gemas, this station, built in 1922 is organic compartment currently as a changeover (stopover) for trains from a North (Butterworth), East Coast (Tumpat and Gua Musang) and a South […]