Travel to Pulau Redang by Flight

Travel to Pulau Redang by Flight

1. From Kuala Lumpur (KLIA/KLIA2) or Subang to Kuala Terengganu: Direct – 50-60 mins – daily basis – RM100-150 per way Recommended flight timing: Airport From KL/Subang From Kuala Terengganu AirAsia KLIA2 6.15am/7.00am 13.05pm/5.15pm Firefly Subang 7.15am 2.20pm/5.50pm Malindo Subang 6.20am/7.00am 1.25pm/5.55pm Malaysia Airlines KLIA 7.20am 4.05pm 2. From Subang (SZB) to Pulau Redang: Direct […]

Alor Gajah, Melaka

Alor Gajah, Melaka

Alor Gajah is a town as well as a district in Melaka, Malaysia. There are 31 sub-districts under Alor Gajah. Alor Gajah covers an area of 660 square kilometers and there are about 141,850 people in town. Alor Gajah is located 24 kilometers away from Melaka town and has turned into one of the main […]

Mt Kinabalu view from Kundasang

Climbing Mount Kinabalu

Mount Kinabalu view from Kundasang Recognized as the highest mountain in Borneo, Mount Kinabalu is the 4th highest mountain in the Malay Archipelago. The mountain is an ultra-prominence peak with 4,095 meters of prominence, making it the 20th most prominent mountain on earth. There are 2 trails to get to the summit of Mount Kinabalu, […]

Kuching Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Kuching Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Kuching is the largest city and the capital of Sarawak in East Malaysia. It is a hectic city covered an area of 431 square kilometers and an estimated population of about 320,000. Majority of the inhabitants here are Chinese, followed by Malays and a small amount of Ibans. Kuching in Malay means cat, there are […]

Taiping Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Taiping Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Have you ever wondered which part of Malaysia is the wettest in Malaysia? With an average annual rainfall of about 4,000mm, Taiping, a town located in northern Perak, is known as a Rainy Heritage Town in Malaysia. Taiping was previously known as the Larut Settlement, where its governor Long Jaafar discovered tin in the area […]

Kota Kinabalu, Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Kota Kinabalu, Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Kota Kinabalu (also known as KK) is a modern state capital of the land below the wind – Sabah. Formerly known as Jesselton, this fantastic city has a warm hospitality and is famous around the world. It is a nature city with world renowned sandy beaches, paradise islands, virgin coral reefs, tropical rain forests and […]

Bukit Mertajam Recreational Forest, Penang

Bukit Mertajam Recreational Forest is an outdoor recreational park located within a forest reserve. It is situated on a hilly terrain that spans roughly 37 hectares of lush green area. The recreational park caters to nature lovers with its offering of an array of activities. Visitors can set up camps and experience outdoor living within […]

Bukit Panchor Recreational Forest, Penang

Bukit Panchor Recreational Forest is located within a designated state park. Initially established in 1963, it provides for outdoor recreational activities as well as to promote public’s appreciation for forests and ecotourism. Visitors can find ample space to camp at its designated 8 hectares camping ground that comes complete with basic amenities such as restrooms, […]

Mengkuang Dam

Mengkuang Dam, Penang

Mengkuang Dam is the largest dam in Penang with a retention capacity of 23.6 billion litres. Officially opened in 1985, it is frequently visited for recreational and relaxation purposes. The calm and serene body of water is a sight to behold. Visitors can have a picnic on the green grass by the dam, or take […]

Penang Bridge

Penang Bridge

The Penang Bridge is one of the pride and joy of Malaysia, being the third longest bridge in South East Asia at 13.5 kilometres. Officially opened to traffic on 14 September 1985, it served as the main link between Penang island and Peninsular Malaysia. As it is a utility structure, there are little visitors for […]