Malaysia’s intrinsic colourful contrasts climax in spectacular Kuala Lumpur. The vast capital city is a zenith of culture and a dynamic urban metropolis. KL pulsates with shiny skyscrapers, feverish wet markets, lively pedestrian malls, venerable mosques and a wonderful, chaotic array of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Key Kuala Lumpur Landmarks With so much on tap, astute potential visitors should keep… Read More
Malaysia is a country located in South East Asia just south of Thailand. Its capital is Kuala Lumpur and it houses the island of Borneo.
From Thaipusam in Malaysia to the 500yr anniversary of the town of Hampi in India, we seem to have the knack of being in the right place at the right time. Below are just 5 of the crazy festivals we have been lucky enough to experience.
When we were traveling in Malaysia, probably the last thing we expected to see was Tea plantations. But to our surprise, in central Malaysia, there is a place called The Cameron Highlands, where you can enjoy an afternoon cup of tea and fresh baked scones with cream. Who knew?
The Legendary Rainforests of Borneo bring to mind images of towering trees, abundant wildlife, raging rivers and memories of the days of the Headhunter, when tribes lived off of the land and had an intimate relationship with nature.
The Pinnacles is not an easy undertaking. You must carry your own food to last for 3 days and carry your garbage out with you. The trek itself involves a 2 hour boat ride to the start of an 8.9 km trail which takes you to camp 5 situated at the base of the Pinnacles and the entrance to the Headhunters. trail.
When travelling to Malaysia, one normally doesn’t think of tea plantations and mountain chalets. But when visiting the Cameron Highlands in the country’s interior, that is exactly what you will find. Tea Time in the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia A former hill station for English settlers to escape the unbearable heat of Kuala Lumpur, this charming area is a must stop… Read More