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10 Things You Should Bring to the Rainforest World Music Festival

TweetA huge contributor to Sarawak tourism, the Rainforest World Music Festival is one of the largest music festivals in Southeast Asia. The 3-day festival is held in July at the Sarawak Cultural Village, and it’s jam packed with culture, workshops, and...Read more

Celebrating the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday in Malaysia

TweetThe Prophet Muhammad is a significant figure in Islam, as he is believed to be the last prophet that Allah sent to mankind. As a nation that is over half Muslim, many Malaysians celebrate and commemorate the birth of the Prophet Muhammad. Locally, th...Read more

5 Ways to Experience Kuching Tourism

TweetWhen you are visiting Sarawak and Borneo, it’s a must to experience Kuching tourism as Kuching is one of Malaysia’s major food and cultural destinations. Branching out from Sarawak tourism, Kuching tourism presents you with thorough and memorable...Read more

A Tourist’s Guide to Christmas in Malaysia

TweetWith its humid climate and high temperatures, Malaysia is not the typical scene for a white Christmas celebration. Malaysia is also a mostly Islamic nation, meaning many tourists are unsure what to expect when visiting during Christmas. The good news...Read more

When in Malaysia: A Guide to Cultural Etiquette

Tweet When visiting a foreign country, it is always important to gain an understanding of their culture and to respect it all times. A little bit of research in advance will provide you with a good foundation. Malaysia is an Islamic state but it also has ...Read more

How Much Should You Budget When Visiting Malaysia?

Tweet Malaysia provides a worldly blend of Indian, Chinese and Malay culture. It is host to everything from beautiful beaches, to rain forests, to bustling cities. As a top South East Asian tourist destination, it tends to be a little more expensive than ...Read more

The Backpackers Guide to Nightlife in Kuala Lumpur

Tweet Kuala Lumpur is a bustling and eventful place full of exciting nightlife. There’s something for everyone with its swanky restaurants and bars lining the Golden Triangle district, right through to nightclubs and karaoke clubs in the Chinatown d...Read more

Top 30 Malaysian Dishes You Can’t Miss On Your Trip

TweetMalaysian cuisine is, like the country itself, culturally rich and diverse. Drawing from Malay, Chinese and Indian ethnicities, there are no shortage of flavours colliding in the nation’s cooking. While Penang is famous for its street-food-selling ...Read more

Where to Go in Malaysia Throughout the Year

TweetIt’s possible to travel to Malaysia at any time of the year. But there are various factors to consider when deciding the best times and places to visit, including the weather and climate, peak tourist seasons and festivals or public holidays. Weath...Read more

10 of Malaysia’s Best Eco-Tourism Destinations

TweetIf you’re thinking of eco-travel, Malaysia is the place to go. Not only does it have a great tropical climate, but it also has some of the world’s best eco-tourism hotspots. If you’re a nature lover, you’ll love the many spectacular natural w...Read more

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