Malaysia Travel Articles

 
Falling in Love with Malaysian Food
Falling in Love with Malaysian Food Many people consider Malaysia as one of the world's most eclectic food paradises. Marco Ferrarese, long term foreign resident in the country, gives you 10 tips to get straight to the counter and order your roti canai biasa – and much more - confidently in second
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9 Reasons to Stay Longer in Penang, Malaysia
9 Reasons to Stay Longer in Penang, Malaysia Penang, one of the most visited Malaysian islands, may quickly cease to seduce its visitors after a stroll around the streets of UNESCO listed Georgetown. On the contrary, Marco Ferrarese, a long time Penang resident, has worthy recommendations to help you extend and enjoy your stay in this vibrant island...
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Indie Travel in Malaysia for $10 Per Day
Indie Travel in Malaysia for $10 Per Day Anthropologist and extreme budget-traveler Stephen Le recently explored Malaysia's wildlife, culture, and cuisine on $10 USD a day. Find out how!
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A Crash Course in Malaysian Culture for Visitors
A Crash Course in Malaysian Culture for Visitors One of the single most fascinating aspects of travelling Malaysia is the opportunity to mingle in amongst a rich and diverse culture, but it's always good to pick up some background information before you arrive!
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An Ideal Chinatown in Amazing Malacca
An Ideal Chinatown in Amazing Malacca Join Carleton Cole on this visit to the "perfect Chinatown" in Malacca, Malaysia - it's marked by a walkable road with an equilibrium of locals going about their daily life and visitors impressed with the culture, plus a "just right" balance of shrines and cafes, homes and shops.
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Public Transportation in Malaysia: Trials and Errors
Public Transportation in Malaysia: Trials and Errors Malaysia is a surprisingly modern country with plenty of public transportation options, but Nicolas De Corte found each of them to be like running a gauntlet of idiosyncrasies and complications.
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Climbing Mount Kinabalu, Borneo
Climbing Mount Kinabalu, Borneo It may not be the highest peak on earth, but the 2 day climb up Mount Kinabalu will get even the fittest person heart pumping.
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Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
Cameron Highlands, Malaysia Tea and Scones are not the first thing you think of when visiting Malaysia. But travel to the Cameron Highlands and that is exactly what you will get.
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Thaipusam at the Batu Caves – Malaysia
Thaipusam at the Batu Caves – Malaysia January is an exciting time to visit Malaysia. Not only is it Chinese New Year, but you will be able to witness the astonishing Hindu Festival of Thaipusam. People pierce themselves with hooks and spikes to worship Lord Muruga.
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Langkawi de Luxe – Malaysia, Asia
Langkawi de Luxe – Malaysia, Asia Whether your idea of luxury is floating in a limpid pool in a lush tropical jungle, or enjoying the fabulous surroundings of a world class design hotel, Cheryl Morris is sure you won't be disappointed with Langkawi.
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