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
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...
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!
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.
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.
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.