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.
The Fortune Dragon Statue in Yong Peng is one of the world's largest dragon tunnel with a length of 115 meters. It is attractively painted and surrounded by lovely Chinese gardens.
Pulau Rawa is an idyllic tropical island paradise off Malaysia's East Coast. Read my review of the accommodation, facilities and activities of the island's top hotel, Rawa Island Resort.
Sungai Dusun Wildlife Conservation Centre was once the preserve of rhinos but is now home to tapirs. You need a permit to visit.
At UPSI National Education Museum in Tanjung Malim you can learn about the history of Malaysia’s education system and admire the heritage buildings of this university campus.
The Heroes Mausoleum at the National Mosque is the dignified and peaceful final resting place of former Malaysian Prime Ministers and other senior leaders.
There’s not a lot to see at the Herbarium Gallery Kuala Lumpur, just a modest collection of dried leaves and information graphics. But it’s free and air-conditioned so OK for a brief stop.
Take a stroll along historic Tranquerah (Jalan Tengkera) and see some of Melaka’s lesser known sights, off the beaten tourist track.
Kenaboi State Park in the remote Jelebu District of Negeri Sembilan is an unspoilt rainforest with waterfalls, jungle trails, mountain climbing, bird watching and other outdoor activities to enjoy.
Jeram Tengkek Forest Eco-Park in Negeri Sembilan is a nice place to picnic, swim and camp amid pristine rain forest said to once have been home to a goblin village.
Villa Sentosa Melaka is the place to visit if you want to see what life is like inside a traditional Malay house and the actual owners may give you a tour around.
St Francis Xavier Church is named after one of Malacca’s most famous residents. Read the story of Anjiro, the first Japanese Christian, whose statue is also found here.
The Mystery of the Makara In Malacca. Read some trivia here.
There are hundreds of Chinese Cemeteries in Malaysia. Read some trivia here.
Jeram Kedah Waterfall is a small and less well known waterfall in a peaceful and quiet corner of Negeri Sembilan’s extensive forest reserve.
The historic Portuguese/Dutch Fortress of Malacca was destroyed by the British in 1807 but there are some remnants still visible and worth seeing.
At Skytrex Melaka the adventurous can enjoy fun and challenging obstacle courses in rainforest surroundings with international safety standards.
Putrajaya Floria, Malaysia's premier flower and garden festival is taking place from 25 August-2 Sep 2018.
Melaka Bird Park is a fun place to bring the kids and see exotic birds feeding from the palm of your hand.
At the Orang Asli Museum Ayer Keroh you can learn about the customs, hunting techniques, houses, food, medicine, crafts and burial traditions of the Malay Peninsula’s original inhabitants.
Kampung Orang Asli Bukit Kepong has to be one of the most beautiful villages in Malaysia. Cultural activities, food and accommodation can be arranged for visitors.
At Eagle Ranch Resort you can stay in a tepee, log cabin or bandwagon, ride horses, bikes or go karts, laze at the pool or beach and much more. Find details and prices here.
Sungai Menyala Edu Ecotourism Centre is a forest reserve with some virgin rainforest, some of the tallest trees in Malaysia, a museum and excellent accommodation faciliites.
At Malacca Bee Gallery you can learn a lot about bees and apiculture and buy some delicious and healthy honey products.
Sacred Heart Chapel Melaka is in poor condition and in need of urgent restoration if it is to survive. Here is some history and recent photos.
Joson Numismatic Collections on Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Melaka is my kind of shop, with old banknotes, coins, stamps, vintage advertising and other collectables for sale.
Munshi Abdullah House is located in a tiny, quaint Malay village tucked away in the heart of Melaka. Here was born the ‘Father of Modern Malay Literature’.
Datuk Manila Tomb, the grave site of a holy Filipino man, is regarded as a keramat, or sacred place in Melaka.
Batang Tiga Police Station Gallery is probably the smallest museum in Malaysia, being located in a former police post on the outskirts of Melaka.
Melaka Planetarium is a so-so museum but it has an impressive 3D space theatre. See review, ticket price and location here.
Masjid Tranquerah, on Malacca’s historic Jalan Tengkera, is one of the oldest and most beautiful mosques in Malaysia.