One of Putrajaya’s most recognisable landmarks would be the pink-domed Masjid Putrajaya, also known as Putra Mosque. The mosque, which completed its construction in September 1999, can hold 15,000 worshippers at once. The Putra Mosque is named after Malaysia’s first prime minister, Almarhum Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al Haj.  The mosque’s rose-tinted granite construction and […]

The Sabah Tea Garden considers itself to be one of the very few organic tea gardens in the world and the only garden in Borneo. A visit to the tea garden is educational as well as enjoyable because visitors can take advantage of the many leisure activities offered there.  Obstacle-crossing at Sapaon Recreational Area, a […]

Introduction to Kota Kinabalu Due to its vicinity to tropical islands, sandy beaches, lush green rainforest, and Mount Kinabalu, this Malaysian city—the capital of Sabah on the island of Borneo—is becoming more popular as a vacation spot.  It is located on the West Coast Division on the west coast of Sabah and is frequently referred […]

On August 31, 1957, Malaysia declared its independence from the British. Merdeka is also frequently referred to as National Day and Malaysia Independence Day. Introduction to Malaysia’s Independence Day (Merdeka Day) On August 31, 1957, the Federation of Malaya declared independence from British authority. The official Malayan Declaration of Independence was announced at 9:30 am […]

In the past 100 years, travel has advanced significantly. Mexico City was only reachable by ship or train in 1920, while Britain maintained an empire with India. A variety of travel alternatives are now available to travellers thanks to new technologies like aeroplanes and cruise ships. Modern travellers can visit destinations that were unreachable or […]

Kota Kinabalu, formerly known as Jesselton, has risen from a small fishing town to Sabah’s booming commercial capital city. Luxurious commercial malls dot their landscapes, and in a few years, a new cultural scene will take the main stage. Despite this, Kota Kinabalu remains one of the most versatile vacation destinations, catering to the diverse […]

This museum, a stunning reproduction of the Melaka Palace, portrays Melaka’s rich history. The building’s historic furnishings and exquisite artwork complement exhibitions and curated collections, making it one of the best locations to absorb Melaka’s cultural offerings. Introduction to Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum The Melaka Sultanate Palace, which is situated at the base of St. […]

The state’s multiculturalism is colourfully reflected in Penang festivals. The authenticity of religious celebrations including Thaipusam, the Hungry Ghost Festival, the Nine Emperor Gods Festival, Ramadan, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, the Chingay Parade, and Chinese New Year is unrivalled in Asia.  International tourists are particularly interested in local arts festivals, such as the much anticipated Penang […]