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.
Tanjung Sepat is a pleasant, small seaside town with a few attractions and places to eat for a day-trip or weekend stay from KL.
With this accurate Batu Arang Heritage Town map you can visit 22 historical sites in this former coal mining town in Selangor.
Dragon Back Meru is the nickname of a 13km stretch of dead straight road near KL with a number of challenging up and down hills for runners and cyclists.
Visit Pantai Cunang, a beautiful white sandy beach maintained by Mah Meri villagers amid a mangrove forest on Selangor’s coast near Tanjung Sepat.
Batu Laut Beach is a quiet muddy beach with mangrove trees and a sailing centre where basic boating skills are taught.
Morib Beach is one of the closest beaches to KL and is popular at weekends. Worth a short visit. Read details here.
Pantai Kelanang is a little known beach close to Kuala Lumpur. Go on a weekday and you may get it to yourself. Read details here.
At Red Carpet Wax Museum, i-City's most recent attraction, you get the chance to photograph yourself next to life-like stars, celebrities and famous people.
Perlis is the smallest state in Malaysia but is not without its charms. Here are some of the top Perlis attractions.
Taman Dusun Bandar, which translates as urban orchard park, is a well landscaped park with a wide variety of fruit trees in the heart of KL. See review.
Chee Wan San Temple is a large temple complex with a peaceful atmosphere just off Jalan Sungai Besi in the south of Kuala Lumpur
Bring the kids to MinNature Malaysia in Subang Jaya to experience a fun, magical and educational world in miniature.
Travelling around Malaysia one often sees the names Wakaf, Surau or Masjid to describe mosques. What do they mean? Here is an explanation for foreigners.
Here is a selection of Hindu Temples In Malaysia which I have photographed during my travels around the country.
At Skyrides Festivals Park in Putrajaya you can enjoy a tethered helium balloon ride or test your Ninja skills on Sky Warrior Rainforest Challenge.
See video and review of Waterworld i-City's exciting Ultimate Tornado spiral slide vortex and other attractions.
The Melaka River Cruise is definitely one of Melaka's top attractions. A comfortable and inexpensive way to see the sights.
KL Bird Park is one of Malaysia's top tourist attractions where you can see 3000 birds enjoying the free flight concept amid lush tropical landscaping.
At Farm In The City on the outskirts of KL, children can pet cuddly animals and see exotic species in a Malaysian village themed setting.
The Islamic Arts Museum is one of the best museums in Malaysia with over 7000 top quality artefacts from all over the Islamic world. A must-see!