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.
Where is the best place to live in Malaysia for retirees? Here are my Five Best Retirement Places In Malaysia.
Read tips about Water Quality and Water Filters in Malaysia from a British water filter manufacturer.
See this 19th century Malayan Black Magic charm intended to curse its recipient with a fatal illness.
Where are the best places to spot Malaysian Wildlife in the wild? Based on my experience, here are some suggestions.
KL's Little India district is worth visiting to experience a different side to the city.
Before you visit Masjid Jamek read some of its interesting history and visitor information.
The Malaysian National Monument is an emotive bronze statue overlooking the Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens honouring those who died during the Malayan Emergency and other wars.
Petaling Street in KL's Chinatown district is must-visit street market for tourists looking for bargains.
See photos from inside the Sultan Abdul Samad Building along with historical facts and vintage pictures.
There's a lot of bamboo in Malaysia but it is not used to its full potential.
Bamboo Chicks are those rolling bamboo blinds that are an essential accessory to the classic shophouse. See some examples here.
Bank Kerapu is a small WWII museum located in a former bank building in Kelantan. Worth a quick visit.Bank
Wonderfood Museum is a great place to see and photograph larger-than-life replicas of Malaysia's national obsession - food, in all its varied and delicious forms.
Wat Machimmaram in Tumpat, Kelantan is an impressive Thai Buddhist Temple with a giant seated Buddha statue. See review, photos and location details here.
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.
Visit Teochew Puppet And Opera House and support the intangible cultural heritage of George Town.
Take this hike to the waterfall at Templer Park for a true jungle experience within easy reach of Kuala Lumpur. See location map, video, photos and details 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.
Redang Island beaches are some of the best in Malaysia. Read my review and travel advice here.
Princes Hotel Kuala Lumpur was a hotel 100 years ago. Read how I managed to locate the building.
The Penang Sun Yat Sen Centre commemorates the contributions made by Chinese national hero Dr Sun Yat-Sen (1866 - 1925) and his Overseas Chinese supporters.
Planning a trip to Niah Caves? Read this guide first on what to expect, location, opening hours, ticket price and practical tips.
Menara Lama Surau Tengkera is a pagoda-shaped minaret built in 1728. See photos, map and location details here.
The Malim Nawar Chimney is all that remains of a WW2 Japanese carbide factory near Kampar, Perak. See details, photo and map here.
Macau Gallery Melaka (also spelt Macao Gallery Melaka) is a showcase for promoting Macau as a tourist destination. Read review, location and details here.
Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi is a magnificent clan house and a popular tourist attraction in George Town's historic centre. See location, opening hours and ticket price here.
Kukup Fishing Village is a quaint fishing community amid the mangrove coast of Johor. Popular with weekenders and seafood lovers.
Take my self-guided Kuala Kangsar Heritage Trail to view the highlights of Kuala Kangsar, Perak's royal town. Free map and details here.
Kellie's Castle is a fitting reminder of the rags-to-riches tale of Scottish planter William Kellie Smith, a man whose life, like the castle, was ended before fruition.
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 Justice Museum Putrajaya you can learn how Malaysia’s legal system developed, see a mock up of a court room, see wigs, costumes and much more.
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.
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!
Ipoh Mural Art Trail is a map produced by Ipoh Tourist Information Centre showing the locations of some of Ipoh's famous street art. See the map and some great murals here.
Hang Tuah Centre is a lavish new museum and tourism complex dedicated to the famous Malay hero Hang Tuah located at Kampung Duyong, Melaka.
If you are thinking of climbing Gunung Nuang see details, photos and videos of what to expect here.
Gunung Ledang National Park has attracted naturalists since 1854. Even if you don't climb the fabled mountain itself, the Puteri Waterfalls are worth a visit.
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.
GM Klang is a good place to browse and shop for bargains whether you are in the retail trade or just a private shopper. Map, opening hours and details here.
Gedung Raja Abdullah is a heritage building, once used as warehouse, police station and tin museum but now vacant many years. See map & details here.
Galeria Sri Perdana is an interesting museum in KL giving an insight to the day to day life of former Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. Read more.
Galeria Perdana is an attractive museum in Langkawi displaying gifts and mementos received by former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Read more.
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.
The historic Portuguese/Dutch Fortress of Malacca was destroyed by the British in 1807 but there are some remnants still visible and worth seeing.
Floral Tea Mansion is a beautifully preserved and restored heritage building in Georgetown, Penang.
The Marina Island to Pangkor Ferry is an alternative way to reach Pangkor and faster than the old Lumut to Pangkor ferry.
Peter James Begbie published The Malayan Peninsula in 1834 in an attempt to provide a thorough description of Malaya. Even today, it shines a light on some interesting historical details.
Climb 108 steps to Kishu Toshogu Shrine for a great view and see the magnificent red entrance gate, the best in Kansai.
Taiping Lake Gardens was the first public recreation park to be established in Malaysia and today it remains one of the most beautiful spots in the country.