This week, Reem Shahwa heads down south to a historical city and re-connects with her inner child at Malaysia’s first international theme park.
Beyond beautiful sarong kebaya and colourful shophouses, the Peranakan heritage is the unseen thread that binds Southeast Asian nations together. We asked our writer Ari about his fascination with the subject and he shared what he discovered on his travels around the region.
Words by Ari Fajar
As centres of religious and community activities, mosques bring the faithful together in their common goal to reach a higher level of spirituality and unity with the Almighty. In Malaysia, each of the 13 states has a state mosque with a unique architectural story of its own rooted in the history of the people. *Jannah refers to paradise in the arabic language
Words: Efi Hafizah Hamzah
Rara invites you on a virtual tour.
Whenever I travel, I always play Malaysia’s little ambassador to new people I meet. The excited looks on their faces when I tell them why they should visit Malaysia are priceless. Plus, the country is very affordable to explore if you know the drill.
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