For me it’s home, for others it’s a stop on the tourist trail. Putrajaya has some impressive buildings, a multitude of parks, a number of lakes and too many bridges – many to nowhere in particular. This long but easy walk, gets you a little bit of all of that.
A writer with a travel blog may be the last person you expect to cop to a fear of flying, but guilty as charged. Still, I won’t let fear get in the way of me doing something I want to; so if you suffer the same, know that you’re not alone, and read on to find out how I’ve developed strategies for coping.
Located on the other side of Padang Pahlawan just behind Melakaraya, Rosa Malacca’s modern boutique hotel is everything Bandar Hilir’s UNESCO Heritage city isn’t. And that’s what you’re gonna love about it.
Bears. They’re so cute and fluffy. Until you see their claws.
You could say the same about the aptly named Bukit Beruang in Melaka. Directly translated from Malay to English as Bear Hill, at a mere 116.3 meters tall, it may sound tame but, depending on your route to its peak and back, it’s ferocity can vary.
Located approximately 20 minutes outside of Bandar Hilir (depending on traffic), Pantai Klebang is popular stretch of Melaka beach, known for its delicious coconut shakes and food truck businesses. It is also the site of some extensive, albeit photogenic, land reclamation.
Want to see different kind of KL? Perhaps under the cover of darkness? A cycling tour of Kuala Lumpur’s Most Haunted Places will convince you that there’s a hidden side of the city most commuters don’t get to see.
Never judge a book by its cover, or a hill by it’s height. At a mere 120 meters above sea level, Bukit Jugra doesn’t seem like an obvious hiking destination. Yet, rising out of the monotony of monoculture, this virgin forest covered hill surprises for its dramatic views and short but sweaty challenge.