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.
Gua Bama is a cave near Kuala Lipis in Pahang. Find location and other information here.
Pulai Princess Cave contains a fine Guan Yin statue carved from a large stalagmite. Find location and other information here.
Gua Ikan is a cave complex worth exploring but you may need to hire a guide to appreciate its full extent. Find location and other information here.
Gunung Stong State Park is one of Malaysia’s most unspoilt forest reserves. With rugged hiking, camping and spectacular waterfalls it is a must visit.
Wat Uttamaram is one of the older Thai Buddhist temples in Kelantan with a famous former abbot. See review, photos and location details here.
Wat Machimmaram in Tumpat, Kelantan is an impressive Thai Buddhist Temple with a giant seated Buddha statue. See review, photos and location details here.
Muzium Wau Kelantan is a small kite museum showcasing the various types of beautiful kites found in Malaysia. Worth a visit if you are in the area.
Om Sri Maha Athi Nageswary Amman is a recently completed Hindu Temple in Puchong. See photos and location details here.
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Pantai Sri Tujuh is a long sandy beach near the Thai border fringed with casuarina trees backing onto a lagoon.
There are many attractions at Lake Kenyir, Malaysia’s largest lake, but it requires an effort (and a boat) to find them all. Find details here.
At Kenyir Elephant Conservation Village you can ride and bathe elephants, have a photo with them, enjoy a canopy walk and more. Read details here.
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Kuala Woh Recreational Forest is a good place for a riverside picnic on the way to the Cameron Highlands. See location map, photos and details here.
Kinta Tin Mining Museum is an interesting museum in Kampar, Perak for those interested in the history of tin mining. Read details here.
Lata Iskandar is an impressive and popular waterfall in Perak alongside the road from Tapah to the Cameron Highlands. No hiking required to view it.
P Ramlee Memorial is a museum in KL commemorating the life and times of Malaysia’s most famous singer, actor and film director. Read details here.
Time Tunnel Cameron Highlands contains a fascinating collection of memorabilia from Malaysia’s past. See my review.
The Malim Nawar Chimney is all that remains of a WW2 Japanese carbide factory near Kampar, Perak. See details, photo and map here.
At the River Terrapin Conservation Centre you can view hatchery ponds and learn about river terrapins in the interpretation centre. Full details here.