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.
Menara Lama Surau Tengkera is a pagoda-shaped minaret built in 1728. See photos, map and location details here.
I’ve never been a fan of crocodile farms but Melaka Crocodile Park (Taman Buaya Melaka) was better than I expected. Here’s my review.
Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum Melaka is a great place to see some lovely Nyonya jewellery inside a tastefully furnished traditional heritage shophouse.
At Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum you can tour the gorgeous ancestral home of a wealthy Peranakan family and learn about the unique hybrid culture of the Straits-born Chinese.
Cheng Ho Cultural Museum tells the fascinating story of Zheng He and his voyages of trade and diplomacy across Asia in the 13th century. One of Melaka’s best museums.
Ardence Labs is a unique lakefront shopping and dining complex housed in repurposed shipping containers. Map, opening hours and details here.
The Royal Malaysian Customs Department Museum Melaka sounds rather dull but it is actually one of the more interesting museums in Melaka. Read my review.
Melaka Maritime Museum consists of 3 parts: the replica of Flor de la Mar, The Royal Malaysian Navy Museum and Muzium Samudera Phase 2. Read review and details here.
Visit the Malaysia Prison Museum Melaka for a fascinating look inside an actual prison, learn some history and appreciate the gruesome business of executions.
Muzium Al Quran Melaka contains some rare old Qurans, examples of calligraphic art and information on topics related to the Quran and Islam.
Mini Malaysia and Asean Cultural Park showcases the traditional wooden houses of the 13 Malaysian states together with cultural activities.
At Melaka Butterfly and Reptile Sanctuary you can see butterflies, crocs, snakes and a whole bunch of creepy crawlies amid lush tropical gardens. Read my review.
Take the kids to Lenggeng Eco Agro Farm to pet rabbits and see other farmyard and exotic animals. You can eat and buy rabbit meat here too.
Tanjung Tualang Tin Dredge is a unique relic from Malaysia’s tin-mining industry. The scale of this giant piece of machinery is impressive.Review and details here.
See this Malaysia Events Calendar 2018 to find out what's going on in Kuala Lumpur and elsewhere in Malaysia month by month.
Gua Tempurung near Ipoh is the largest show cave in Peninsula Malaysia. A variety of tours are possible ranging from easy to challenging and adventurous.
Ketumbar Hill is a small hill in Cheras, KL. It is a relatively easy 1 hour circular hike with breezes, good views and some fairly tame wild boars.
Chan She Shu Yuen is a historic building in Kuala Lumpur serving as the headquarters of the Chan Clan Association.
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