Results for: Malaysia
A city boy’s adventure in a tropical jungle
By Stanley Liew
We woke up very early in the morning in Miri, Sarawak, about six if I recall correctly. I was still tired, having just arrived the night before via AirAsia. But we have a long journey ahead so it’s best for us to get a good head start.
Discover your budget surfing destination
By Farah Nadiah
Dubbed Asian Surfing Paradise, Southeast Asia has so much to offer to surfers with Pacitan, Bali, Siargao and Calicao Islands as amongst the best surf sites this part of the world. And would you be surprised if I tell you that Malaysia also has its own surf site and it’s Cherating?
Discovering Kuching on a shoestring
By Jovin Wong
It’s hard, yes. Travelling for one and travelling for four is very different but not impossible. With the right kind of help and proper planning, I successfully took my parents and my sister to the ‘Land of the Hornbills’–Sarawak in East Malaysia.
Sky-rocket your senses without a hole in your pocket!
“Clang”, goes the rusty bell. “Clang”, goes the bell again. To join in morning puja (prayers) in a Hindu temple, is to wake as early as 6:00am. The doors of the Hindus’ shrine, the Mahamariamman Temple–dedicated to the goddess Mariamman–are open to all.