This website is different from many other travel websites because I will only write about places that I have personally visited and tried out myself.
That means I have to be constantly travelling around this beautiful country of Malaysia, scouring every corner for hidden travel gems.
It's a tough job but somebody has to do it!
Whatever I discover I will let you know by expanding this website. Stay informed by reading this blog for updates.
Geology Museum Ipoh is one of Malaysia’s better museums with interesting displays providing in-depth information on various aspects of geology.
Wat Puthanimittam is a Thai Buddhist Temple at Taman Kemuncak, a quiet residential area of Ipoh, at the foot of a karst limestone hill.
Organised tours to Batu Caves often stop-off at Selangor Culture Cove for a quick and touristy sampling of Malaysian culture and souvenir shopping.
Why spend USD50 on a half-day tour of Batu Caves when you can easily go by yourself for just USD5, including lunch!
The Melaka River Cruise is definitely one of Melaka's top attractions. A comfortable and inexpensive way to see the sights.
Luang Prabang is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Here are some of the Luang Prabang attractions that you could expect to see on a two or three day visit.
Yutoku Inari Shrine is built on stilts on a hillside, similar to Kyoto’s Kiyomizu Temple but far less touristy. It makes a nice day trip from Fukuoka.
KL Hop-On Hop-Off open top buses are a convenient way to see the famous landmarks of Kuala Lumpur. Find the details and route map here.
Take a relaxing boat ride on the Mekong River to Pak Ou Caves, a popular half-day trip destination from Luang Prabang. Find details here.
Nagasaki is one of Japan’s most interesting and historic cities. Here are some Nagasaki attractions that I visited on a recent day trip.
Selangor Islamic Arts Garden Complex contains exhibitions on Islamic calligraphy, architecture and the journey of the Prophet Muhammad.
The ruins of Ermida de Rosario are in a sorry state. This former Portuguese chapel has an interesting past but there is not much left to see nowadays.
Laos is one of the most unspoilt countries in Southeast Asia. Here are some of the Top Laos Attractions.
Spectacular Kuang Si Waterfall is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Luang Prabang, Laos. The Bear Rescue Centre is also located here.
How to get a JR Kyushu Rail Pass from Malaysia and some tips on how to get best value and where to visit with your Northern Kyushu Area Rail Pass.
At Jadi Batek Gallery you can learn how batik is made and even make your own design. Also a great place to buy batik items and other Malaysian souvenirs.
Nanzoin Temple is a great place to visit, a short train ride from Fukuoka. It has a huge reclining Buddha and other statues and shrines amid scenic hills.
Kishi station on the Wakayama Electric Railway has a cat stationmaster called Nitama which draws in visitors from around the globe. Read how to get there.
See this Malaysia Events Calendar 2017 to find out what's going on in Kuala Lumpur and elsewhere in Malaysia month by month.
Malaysia's beaches and islands are among the world's best. Find out their locations on our interactive map listing 97 of Malaysia's top beaches.