Batu Pahat Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Located in the state of Johor, Malaysia, Batu Pahat is the 10th largest city in Malaysia and the 2nd most developed city in Johor. Batu Pahat, meaning chiselled rock took its name from the rock well located at the Batu Pahat River, near a coastal village of Kamping Minyak Beku. There are approximately 470,000 people […]

Ayer Keroh, Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Ayer Keroh is a town located in the outskirts of the state of Melaka in Peninsular Malaysia. Other than the UNESCO inscribed World Heritage Melaka Town, Ayer Keroh is another hot tourist spot of Melaka. There are about an estimated of 38,000 people living in Ayer Keroh town. Most of the residents here are of […]

Alor Gajah Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

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 more than 140,000 people living in the town. Alor Gajah is located 24 kilometers away from Melaka town and has turned into one of […]

Melaka City Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

The Historical City of Melaka is situated in the second smallest state of Malaysia, Melaka. The first ruler of the city , Parameswara is a famous name known to Malaysian of all walks of life. Initially a Palembang prince, a Javanese army attacked his kingdom in the fourteenth-century. The prince then fleed to Temasik (now […]

Alor Setar, Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Alor Setar is the largest city and also the capital of Kedah, Malaysia. It is one of the busy cities on the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Alor Setar is located approximately 93 kilometers north of Penang. It is very close to the border between Malaysia and Thailand hence making it a main transportation hub […]

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

Escape the City and Embrace Nature at Bukit Mertajam Recreational Forest 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 […]

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 […]