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Pulau Redang


Port Dickson




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Pulau Perhentian Besar


Taman Negara




Kuala Terengganu


Cherating Beach


Kota Tinggi




Bukit Fraser


Petaling Jaya


Parit Buntar






Pulau Lang Tengah


Bukit Mertajam


Shah Alam


Batu Pahat


Kuala Selangor




Alor Setar


Pulau Labuan


Sungai Lembing


Bentong Town


Kota Baharu




Pulau Sipadan


Kampung Bukit Tinggi




Pulau Kapas


Kuala Lumpur

See all 6429 Kuala Lumpur Tips
  • Petronas Twin Towers

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Kuala Lumpur Things to Do

    The Petronas Twin Towers have become an icon and symbol of Kuala Lumpur. They are now the tallest twin towers in the world, at 451.9 metres. The buildings are 88 stories high, and the sky bridge between the two towers is at Level 41, with a viewing deck on level 86. The official website is where tickets to...

  • Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur Hotels

    When i need to meet my business friend or just to relax myself in kuala lumpur,ritz carlton always...

  • Streetfood

    4 out of 5 stars

    Kuala Lumpur Restaurants

    Not far from Bintang Walk which is Kuala Lumpur's busiest shopping area you will find Jalan Alor which is an entire street that is full of cheap hawker food. There are tables and chairs along the sides of the road and footpaths and everyone wants you to eat from their stall. This area is extremely busy at night with locals and tourists and as...



See all 2555 Penang Tips
  • Penang Hill (Bukit Bendera)

    Penang Things to Do

    Penang Hill is an under-rated tourist site in Penang. Most tourist will normally take a 1.5-3 hours rush-rush tour to Penang Hill, sometime through massive crowd and this is not doing justice to this magnificent tourist site. Here I like to share on the places I visited during 1 full day (8am - 9pm) excursion to Penang Hill: 0. Planning, planning,...

  • Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion Hotel

    Penang Hotels

    After a long but pleasant drive from KL, through mountains and verdant scenery, arriving at Cheong...

  • Street Food & Hawkers

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Penang Restaurants

    Brother Sheng is owner of this stalls,he is nice.When i order a drink call ''Teh Tarik'' ,Brother Sheng is very funny to show a bit acrobatics to making ''Teh Tarik''. Brother Sheng love to use his old stove,he said old stove making drinks and bread is more yummy.Early morning in 5 am,Brother Sheng need take 30 min to start his fire inside the...



See all 799 Kuching Tips
  • Sarawak River Cruise

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Kuching Things to Do

    The Sarawak River Cruise goes for 1.5 hours and cost RM60 each, we could have booked a cheaper tour but we liked the look of this big boat. There is unlimited free drinks of orange juice and plates of delicious layer cake and you can also purchase alcohol from the bar. The cruise was a bit late leaving and we thought it must be tourists who were...

  • Hilton Kuching

    Kuching Hotels

    Perfect. We had interconnecting non-smoking rooms and a fantastic view of the river. Marshall at the...

  • angel gems

    Kuching Things to Do

    Walking near thr got a person show me this kinds of rare gems,under uv got an angel in says this gems found at sarawakAnd sent to US to identify as rarw gems call Beryllonite..why got angel??He also dont knw..Selling at 1 million US doller,I dont hv that kind of money,If some one like it can call this number0128808854


Johor Bahru

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Kota Kinabalu

See all 1114 Kota Kinabalu Tips
  • Manukan Island

    4 out of 5 stars

    Kota Kinabalu Things to Do

    Manukan island is one of the 5 islands which make up the Tunku Abdul Rahman national marine park (along with Mamutik, Gaya, Sapi and Sulug). Between 10 and 3, you're spoilt for choice of boats leaving from Jesselton Point pier, and you should be able to negotiate a price of RM20-5 per person including terminal fee. The boat ride takes about 20...

  • Shangri-Las Rasa Ria Resort

    Kota Kinabalu Hotels

    We were happy to see our hotel pick up waiting at the airport for us on arrival. 45 minutes later we...

  • Tavern Kitchen & Bar

    5 out of 5 stars

    Kota Kinabalu Restaurants

    Hi im max, i happened to find this restaurant by luck, i was looking for a nice place with a nice view , facing the sea at Imago as a gift to myself since ive just finished my presentation at one of my best clients office nearby, wanted to be alittle adventurous, i ordered nasi goreng tuhau, as according to the cute waitresses that served me, its a...


Pulau Tioman

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See all 1847 Melaka Tips
  • St. Paul's Church Ruins

    Melaka Things to Do

    Even if you are not interested in the museums or church ruins on St. Paul's Hill it would be a good idea to climb it just to get a good view of Meleka It is the best place in town to see Melaka except for the rotating view deck on the tower which costs quite a bit for the 7 minute experience. It will only take 5 minutes to climb the hill from the...

  • Ramada Plaza Melaka

    Melaka Hotels

    It's definitely not up to Marriot standard. It likely a 4 star. Check in was slow due to high peak....

  • Local food

    4 out of 5 stars

    Melaka Restaurants

    We passed by the Geographers Cafe the day before and promised we would return after seeing the menu, and this turned out to be a wise decision. The restaurant is on a corner pre-was shop-house and has tables on a terrace by the street as well as an air conditioned room for private functions. In the evening a band plays here. It is a great place to...



See all 366 Genting Tips
  • First World Plaza

    Genting Things to Do

    I didn't really know what to expect to find at Genting apart from the casino and hotels. It turns out there is a big mall, with medium to high end shops to spend the money you win gambling. First World plaza also has a lot of restaurants, a cinema, a ghost walk interactive horror experience, a few rides, an indoor snow park, and a Ripley's museum....

  • Resort Hotel Genting Highlands

    Genting Hotels

    Amidst the cool comfort and majestic natural landscapes of Genting, the four-star Resort Hotel which...

  • Mall on a mountain: First World Plaza

    Genting Things to Do

    I didn't really know what to expect to find at Genting apart from the casino and hotels. It turns out there is a big mall, with medium to high end shops to spend the money you win gambling. First World plaza also has a lot of restaurants, a cinema, a ghost walk interactive horror experience, a few rides, an indoor snow park, and a Ripley's museum....


Cameron Highlands

  • Crazy fruit

    Cameron Highlands Things to Do

    Lots of people come to Cameron Highlands to buy locally grown strawberries - fair play, they are quite nice. However, you should also keep an eye out for more exotic fruit, such as the fluorescent pink "jambu jeruk", or pickled guava (not actually pickled, but a juicier version of guava), or the purple stripy "Cameron apple" which turns out to be a...

  • Cameron Highlands Resort

    Cameron Highlands Hotels

    Cameron Highlands Resort is a very posh place indeed; in the hotel services book it has helicopter...

  • Pasar malam - the night market

    Cameron Highlands Things to Do

    Brinchang's night market is pretty vibrant. To the north end of town, it runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Stalls include local produce, especially strawberry based stuff (and the fruit itself), souvenir tat which is often strawberry themed, and food stalls selling various fried vegetables, noodles, rice, satay and barbecue. Good fun to look...


Pulau Langkawi

See all 1550 Pulau Langkawi Tips
  • Langkawi Taxi's

    Pulau Langkawi Transportation

    The taxi's in Langkawi operate on a set fare system.The rates are very reasonable and taxi's easily obtainable from many locations around the island.The drivers are all pleasant and easy to get along with.Use the taxi's :)

  • The Datai

    Pulau Langkawi Hotels

    We head to this resort out of curiousity to find out how exclusive it is. Yes, it's really exclusive...

  • Durian

    Pulau Langkawi General

    Durian is a spiky fruit that many Asian people consider to be the "king of fruits".It is offered for sale at many markets and roadside stalls,and you will smell it before you see it! It is quite an experience to taste,and to be honest I did not think a lot of it,but try it for yourself,and maybe you will enjoy it.


Pulau Pangkor

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  • Ferry to Pangkor

    Pulau Pangkor Transportation

    To avoid long queue, buy your ticket at 11 pm and above. You'll avoid long line of tourists and locals eager to get into the island. This also means you'll be able to roam around a half empty ferry on your way there.BTW, tickets to Pangkor are return tickets. On your way back, there's no ticket needed. The ferry agent use a ticker to count the...

  • Golden Beach Hotel & Resort

    Pulau Pangkor Hotels

    Lot 15 Pasir Bogak, Perak, 32300, Malaysia

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Couples

  • Boat trip around the bays

    Pulau Pangkor Things to Do

    Taking a boat trip arond the bays is a great way to see more of Pulau Pangkor. We arranged a boat trip from Pasir Bogak - 150RM for a three hour trip which we thought was a fair price. The boat driver took us to several points of interest including a view of turtle rock and heart rock. We saw several beautiful bays, stopping to swim at one where we...



See all 242 Miri Tips
  • Niah National Park - Getting There and...

    Miri Off The Beaten Path

    Niah National Park is 115km southwest of Miri. It is not the easiest place to get to using public transport. Most of the buses travelling from Miri to Bintulu and further on to Sibu and Kuching stop at Batu Niah Junction. From the junction there are public buses to Batu Niah town but this is still 4km from park headquarters. The best option is to...

  • Royal Mulu Resort

    Miri Hotels

    It was an excellent stay. I got a very good deal by staying in Royal Mulu Resort for RM88 (Apr 09)....

  • Bus from Brunei to Miri

    Miri Transportation

    A very comfortable bus leaves Bandar Seri Begawan in Brunei twice daily for the trip to Miri. Morning bus is at 7am and afternoon bus at 1pm. The bus stops at Tutong (on request), Seria and Kuala Belait.I caught a morning bus - only 3 passengers at the start - which picked up a passenger at Tutong and arrived in Seria at 8.40. The driver said the...


Pulau Redang

See all 277 Pulau Redang Tips
  • Vegetarian Meals

    Pulau Redang Restaurants

    As we taken up the 3D2N snorkeling package with 2 lunchs, 2 breakfasts and 2 dinner inclusive, all meals were served in buffet style. My wife is a vegetarian, we not deliberately requested if the kitchen could serve vegetarian food. The meal after the 1st lunch, she were served with a special set of vegetarian meal, special cooked for her. I must...

  • Redang Kalong Resort

    Pulau Redang Hotels

    We were given a quad sharing family room during our 3D2N trip to Pulau Redang. Our package is...

  • Sunrise at Pulau Redang

    Pulau Redang Things to Do

    The Redang Beach Resort is facing south. I have to walk to the left for the beach facing east in day 3 in the early morning. Walking on the beach, I passed by many other resorts and motels. When I reached the beach facing east, they are many other guests in Pulau Redang who like to take sun rising photos too were there earlier than me. The sun...


Port Dickson

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See all 268 Ipoh Tips
  • Ipoh World at Han Chin Pet Soo

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ipoh Things to Do

    This is a history museum/exhibition which recounts the history of the building known as Han Chin Pet Soo, the Hakka Tin Miners' Club, an organisation 122 years young. The building is fully restored and fitted out with its own tin mine, gambling and opium den, prostitutes and more, all in full size models in period clothing. There is also an 11...

  • Heritage

    Ipoh Hotels

    I stayed at the hotel when I went to Ipoh with my school(some of my classmates and teachers).The...

  • Nam Heong

    Ipoh Restaurants

    I'm told that Nam Heong in its original form was a popular kopitiam in Ipoh, selling coffees and breakfast breads and pastries, along with stalls with different food options. I haven't been, but on a road trip we decided to pop in to their new enterprise, a food court in Ipoh SoHo, which opened a couple of years ago. When we went, it was busy, but...


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Comments (1)

  • tropicrd's Profile Photo
    Oct 24, 2012 at 11:58 PM

    Beautiful Malaysia.

    • giampiero6's Profile Photo
      Oct 25, 2012 at 10:33 AM

      I am interested in the street food of malaysia having sampled some average but very interesting buffets during a layover. A lot of cultural cross over that makes for deliciuous food!

    • tropicrd's Profile Photo
      Oct 25, 2012 at 3:42 PM

      The fresh corn they cook on the roadsides in giant cauldrons is fantastic G.
      Also a kind of vege pancake they cook in the market stalls. I agree a lot of indian,chinese and malay influences in the food and portugese influence in Malaka.


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