July has always been a big month for Sarawak. It is the month of festivals, including the world-renowned Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF). Folks from all around the world look forward to attending RWMF in July, partaking in a massive weekend filled with music, dance, arts, crafts, food and more. Held consecutively for the past 22 years, RWMF is being put on hold this year given the current COVID-19 situation affecting world nations.
If you only have one day in Selangor, take this chance to explore the most out of Kuala Langat district, located at the Southwestern part of the state. This district is not only rich in agricultural produce, but is also known for its incredible cultural and historical attractions.
As states in Malaysia are gradually welcoming domestic travellers following implementation of Recovery Movement Controlled Order (RMCO) until Aug 31, Selangor too has recently doubled its appeal on providing comfort, convenience while emphasising safety and cleanliness for tourists who are planning to visit Selangor. Here are some safety and health measures that Selangor State has implemented to ensure you’ll have peace of mind when you ‘Pusing Selangor dulu!’
Pustaka Negeri Sarawak is like a wondrous realm of knowledge where one can easily lose track of time poring over mountains of books. But beyond that, it also provides plenty of public spaces for the general public to enjoy, such as Taman Pustaka. The park offers opportunities for recreation, fitness, and being surrounded by nature.
Escaping into the mountains on the Puncak Borneo belt in Padawan. Experiences the laid-back lifestyles of Senah Rayang, an outskirt Bidayuh village located 95 km from Kuching City.
Escape into a highland retreat, whether with your friends or with your family, there no other place quite like Cameron Highlands. With temperatures averaging 25°C at daytime and 15°C at night, the highland getaway located in Pahang is a very pleasant place to visit.
A land with over 190,889 of population, Sepang first began to develop as a town in Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi. Now, not only it houses two of Malaysia’s main international airports and acts as a gateway to the country. It is also famously known for the Sepang International Circuit that holds various motorsports events.
Malaysia has its fair share of beautiful and magnificent bridges, some of which have become international icons, like the famous Penang Bridge. And then there are modern-day bridges that have become new symbols of progress for the cities they represent. Here we list three modern bridges of Malaysia that are truly awe-inspiring.
Imagine the thrill of wild river fish feeding from your hands; you can even swim with them! At Kampung Long Lidung in Limbang Division in Sarawak, the village has been so successful with their community based fisheries management or locally known as Tagang System that these wild fishes have become so tame to even feed from your hands.
Malaysia has plenty of natural wealth. However, there are also plenty of iconic man-made marvels that are easily recognised and continues to impress the visitors. From Sarawak’s Darul Hana Bridge to the Malacca’s historic Christ Church, check out this list of must-see landmarks in Malaysia.