Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Practical information Malaysia

Malaysia is a tropical country in South-East Asia. It has borders with Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Philippines. It consists of two parts; the peninsula Malaysia and the island of Borneo. In this article you’ll find practical information about Malaysia, as well as our highlights of this wonderful Asian country. Capital: Kuala Lumpur Population: 31,19 million … Continue reading Practical information Malaysia

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Spectacular Singapore

Singapore is a city-state south of Malaysia. It is known among others for it’s many beautiful skyscrapers, Marina Bay, gardens by the bay and it’s bizarre fine policy. In this article I will tell you about some of the most beautiful places of interest and my personal favorites. Also, continuing your journey to Malaysia is … Continue reading Spectacular Singapore

The Canopy Walkway at Taman Negara

Taman Negara

Taman Negara is the jungle of Malaysia and only 4 hours from Kuala Lumpur. The Taman Negara is the biggest and oldest rainforest in Malaysia. It is also the oldest rainforest in the world! The Taman Negara is a national park in Malaysia and that’s where it got his name from; Taman Negara means ‘National Park’ … Continue reading Taman Negara

Cable car in Langkawi

Langkawi

Langkawi is an island northwest of Malaysia and is a beautiful tropical island, with incredible beaches and an amazing inland. The island is relatively big in comparison with the Perhentian Islands, but it has a lot of things you definitely must see and do should you have the chance. Langkawi is not very touristic, although … Continue reading Langkawi

tea plantation in Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands

The Cameron Highlands is an amazing highland area 150 kilometer north of Kuala Lumpur and the nearest city is Ipoh. Because of the highland, it is cooler here than the rest of Malaysia, but it is still a very pleasurable 25 degrees ;). The Cameron Highlands is known for it’s many tea plantations but is … Continue reading Cameron Highlands