Bukit Repin is a beast if approached from the Kemensah side in Selangor. From the Janda Baik side in Pahang, she’s a more tameable creature, as I found out one Awal Muharram morning.
To me the perfect day out is a day outdoors. So when BFFs Richard and April decided to lavish me with birthday eats, we rolled out the picnic matt.
Snappy features touting mandatory things to see or do before you die rub me the wrong way. And don’t get me started on soulless “most Instagrammable” articles. Despite that, this cranky hater thinks Bukit Keluang deserves to be in all of the lists.
Lata Gapi is a small act of defiance in the face of ongoing forest development and human disregard.
Moneyed up developers may own the country’s most expensive slice of real estate, but Malaysia’s most beautiful piece of land belongs to the Temiar of Kampung Pendeq in Perak.
Gunung Semanggol is a mountain that hides in plain sight. It barely registers on the drive up north to Penang. Yet the views from the top befits its “mountain” status. Continue reading Gunung Semanggol hike
Things don’t always work out: the Microsoft Zune, Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa, and, for a handful of Trailblazers, Perangin Lalang Waterfall.
The next time someone tells you “nothing good comes easy”, tell them Tasik Puteri.
When someone uses the phrase “thrown in at the deep end”, they typically mean the pool, not the South China Sea. So why was my first open sea paddle-board experience here?
We love convenience. Except when it comes to waterfalls.