Terengganu Access and Orientation

How to travel between Terengganu and Kuala Lumpur   By air Regular flights operated by Malaysia Airlines are available from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Sultan Mahmud Airport in Kuala Terengganu. Each trip takes about 55 minutes. Alternately, the budget airline Firefly also operates flights from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang to Kuala […]

How to get around in Perlis

Getting around in Perlis is convenient and easy as the Kangar Bus Station at Jalan Bukit Lagi provides regular shuttle services to Kangar, Padang Besar, Arau, Kuala Perlis, Pauh, Alor Setar, Jitra, Kodiang, Simpang Empat, Padang Melangit, Chuping and Kaki Bukit. Alternately, visitors to Perlis can also opt for private transfer, car rental or simply […]

How to get in to Perlis

Perlis is the northern gateway of the country and shares the border with the neighboring country Thailand. Perlis is connected by a comprehensive road and railway network and can be easily accessible via sea and air. By Air Kangar, the capital city of Perlis is a 45 minutes drive from the Sultan Abdul Halim Airport […]

How to get around in Putrajaya

The most comprehensive transportation mode in Putrajaya is via the NadiPutra bus. The bus services visitors from 6.30am till 1.00am on a frequency of every 15-30 minutes. Alternately, private transfer and taxi service offers hassle free way of getting around in Putrajaya. Related Transportation Links NadiPutra Bus Offering comprehensive train and bus routes coverage within […]

How to get in to Putrajaya

Putrajaya is located at about 28km from the city centre of Kuala Lumpur and can be easily accessed by railway or road. By Rail The easiest and fastest mode of transportation to Putrajaya, the Putrajaya rail station is connected by KLIA Transit Rail service from Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station. The trains offer daily service from […]

Kampung Baru Mosque

Founder in 1924, this attractive mosque has been the focal point of the surrounding Malay community ever since. The understated structure is enlivened by bursts of colour from brightly coloured Islamic tiling. Despite the name – Kampung Baru means New Village in Malay – this is probably the most traditional area of Kuala Lumpur. The […]

Federal Territory Mosque (Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan)

The Federal Territory Mosque (Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan) is an attractive mix of different styles, from both Malaysia, and much further afield. It pays particular homage to the classic Islamic architecture of the Ottoman Empire, most notably the 16th century Blue Mosque in Istanbul. Situated on a verdant hill, it boasts 22 domes of different sizes, […]

Spa Village @ Ritz Carlton Hotel

This oasis in bustling Bukit Bintang was names “Best Hotel Spa” at the 2011 Malaysia Spa and Wellness Award, while its parent company won the “Best Spa Group” category. Spa Village prides itself on offering a unique fusion of Eastern and Western practices, and of ancient and modern techniques. Its innovative approach extends to the […]

Telaga Bunga Spa @ Royale Chulan Hotel

Telaga Bunga spa at Royale Chulan hotel

Telaga Bunga Spa combines ancient Malay and Javanese holistic techniques, with fresh approaches, to provide a wide choice of treatments. These include massages, scrubs, wraps and skincare. Treatments are available individually, or as part of spa packages. There are private massage rooms, both for singles and couples, a foot massage room, and a VIP suite. […]