Image source: whatapar Hello Readers, Today’s post is focused on a rare breed of blooms, the Rafflesia, to be precise. Thanks to Snezana Ivanisevic for the write-up. Snezana is a social media content strategist, a blogger and a passionate wordsmith that has been assisting Steven Feiner, the CEO of A Better Florist on his journey to spread the A Better Florist innovative message, for the last two … Continue reading Places to Spot the Rare Rafflesia Flower in Southeast Asia
An exciting border-hopping experience form Malaysia to Thailand.. Woohoo.. Have you done something like this before? Continue reading Border-Hopping to Thailand
A food guide to the night markets of Southeast Asia: Read all about the bustling markets, vibrant culture and food experiences from travellers around the globe. Continue reading Your e-Guide to the Night Markets of Southeast Asia
Choose 2-3 of the best activities during your 1-day visit to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Have fun! Continue reading How To Make The Most of Your ‘One Day in Kuala Lumpur’
An exceptionally goegrous and uniwue temple at Tumpat, Malaysia. Hop in for a temple tour… Continue reading A Dragon Boat Temple in Malaysia You Just Cannot Miss!
Calling all street art lovers! Let’s discover the vibrant art in the city of Kota Bharu, Malaysia Continue reading 5 Unexplored Spots of Street Art in Kota Bharu: A complete guide!
Did you know that Kelantan (Malaysia) now has a flaoting market? If you haven’t visited it yet, read on and find out what to expect… Continue reading A Floating Market in Kelantan You Didn’t Know About
Our photo story… Hola travellers… We just got back from Perhentian Islands and we give you 30 reasons (in pictures) to visit these jewels of the ocean yourselves. Perhentian Islands have been our favourite islands since our first visit to them in 2015. That’s what made us fall in love with the island life, underwater life and helped us take a step further to get … Continue reading 30 Photos That Will Make You Travel To Perhentian Islands Now
Exploring the artsy roots of Malaysia… A staycation is always a wise choice when you have a short weekend with no travels lined up. You spend enough time exploring what’s in your own city rather than travelling outside. Last month, we spent a good deal of time checking out the art-laden roots of Malaysia. Yes, we are talking about the traditional form of painting, namely … Continue reading Batik Painting Demo at Kota Bharu, Malaysia
A Day at the Cultural Centre of Kota Bharu, Malaysia Exploring the cradle of culture About Kota Bharu: As promised a few months ago, I have started compiling clips and excerpts on the city I currently live in, i.e. Kota Bharu, the capital of Kelantan, Malaysia. Kelantan is the cradle of Malay culture and Kota Bharu truly lives up to the values of the State. … Continue reading A Day at the Cultural Centre of Kota Bharu, Malaysia
Of colour pop and street hop The cute little town of Kota Bharu has a lot to offer. We intend to highlight the artsy side to it through this post. Where: Jalan Dato Pati, Bandar Kota Bharu, 15000 Landmark: Near the State Museum, behind the line-up of shop-houses Let’s dive in: Hope you enjoyed the virtual tour of our 20 favourite pieces of art at Kota … Continue reading Painting the town red: Street Art at Kota Bharu
Of hops, jumps and scenic views Hiking in my beautiful city What is the best park of a hike? To me, it’s the unpredictability. I love the uncertainty associated with every hiking trail. You never know what’s in store for you. The kind of scenery, beautiful scapes, changing valour of the breeze and rhythmically drifting aromas of nature, the splash of the ocean… all work … Continue reading Hiking at Bukit Keluang
Lost in the jungle trails… The best way of exploring the woods or deep jungles is by hiking your way through. I am not a hard-core hiker, choosing the toughest trails and climbing ledges as I scale up. However, I enjoy an easy to moderate level of hike that makes me happy and exposes the untapped, virgin woods of the city. Keeping the concept … Continue reading A Guide to Jungle Hiking in Cameron Highlands
To do or not to do? Surfing Cameron Highlands online: Utter the words ‘Cameron Highlands’ and people will ask you to visit the strawberry fields, TripAdvisor will list it in its top few activities and Google will bombard you with bucket loads of these red berries. Whether you should head to the strawberry farms or not, I’d say… read on and figure out for yourselves… … Continue reading Strawberry Picking at Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
All you need to know… Know your city Melaka or Malacca means the ‘historic state’, in Malay It was called Orang Laut and was originally a fishing village It was coined Melaka by founder Parameswara, after a tree where he took shelter It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and attained this status in 2008 Known for: its harmony and blend of culture, hawkers lanes, … Continue reading Melaka Travel Tips
Let’s eat and explore… Image credit: Phalinn Ooi Foodies go where? Why do we travel and seek adventures and thrills constantly? We traverse far and wide for gaining experiences that enrich us, for making memories that stay with us and for imbibing influences form different cultures that embrace us. One such journey in the quest for another enriching experience is that … Continue reading Travel to Melaka – food and fun!
My undying love for art takes me back to the streets of George Town, Penang… where I explore the murals I hadn’t seen in my previous visit. A day is not enough! You need to have good time in hand if you wanna leave no stone/wall unturned 😉 You must have gone through the photo tour George Town ‘Street Art’ of my favourite 20 pieces. Presenting to you a virtual … Continue reading Street Art – Part 2 (George Town, Penang)
Crazy, whacky, interactive, fun!!! Penang has some really funky, cute and unique museums that break the notion of ‘boring’ attached to museums. While some boast of specialized collections, others are merely meant for clicking crazy pictures. I have visited 6 of them so far – here are my First 3!!! 1. PG Gold Museum: This rather new museum is in a heritage building at … Continue reading Museums of Penang