Kuala Lumpur 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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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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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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Malaysia, Truly Asia
After reading Neha Kirpal's take on Malaysia, you may just decide to see this fascinating, picturesque and beautiful marine/water sports spot.
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Travels without a Plan #16
Singapore, Melaka and Kuala Lumpur I have finally left Australia and am well and truly onto the next stage in South East Asia. My final week in Australia can only really only be described as lazy, with not much going on apart from my first Cricket International, Australia A vs Zimbabwe (the Aussies won easily) […]
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – September 1999
Selamat Datang! – the first words which greet you on arrival in Malaysia. September Pesta Malaysia, the festival celebrating Malaysian Culture, Craft and of course, Food….. will be held from the 11th-21st of September. A majority of the events planned will be taking place in KL, call the tourism offices for more details 03 293 […]
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – August 1999
Selamat Datang! – the first words which greet you on arrival in Malaysia. Colourful markets in Little India August 31st August is Malaysia’s National Day. There will be parades in Merdeka Square. Malaysia prides itself on being “a veritable melting pot of people and cultures.” The current ethnic mix can be attributed to the British […]
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