Celebrate the spirit of love and belief with Chap Goh Mei

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The modern times have bought out a whole new list of dating apps, but somehow finding true love or even a date is a daunting task for the younger generation. Before the dating apps became a routine, the people used creative ideas through rich cultural traditions to fulfill their romantic aspirations. On the fifteenth day of the Chinese Lunar New Year, unmarried maidens gather on the beach following an ancient matchmaking tradition of throwing oranges into the river.  This age-old and unique tradition promises these young maidens a loving and caring spouse. You would be surprised to know that this tradition is practiced even today as one of the most popular Malaysian festivals in smaller towns.

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Top Ten Malaysian Travel Bloggers Who have Redesigned the Travel World

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We look forward to inspiring or live our dreams through the travel experiences of others who have gone through the phases. Travel bloggers provide more in-depth insight and useful tips on traveling. We have listed the Top Ten Malaysian Travel Bloggers who have created a name for themselves in the travel world by sharing their own experiences for people to enjoy. They are not listed in the order of importance.

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Top Five Romantic Getaways in Malaysia this Valentine’s Day

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With Valentine’s Day around the corner, and if you are looking forward to setting a perfect romantic getaway for your partner, you don’t need to see beyond Malaysia. Malaysia offers an incredible collection of attractions and romantic spots that would give you the much-needed privacy and quality downtime together. We have listed some of our top picks for the most romantic getaways in Malaysia that you should visit this Valentine. » Read more

Everything you need to know about Malaysia Tourist visa

Planning a tropical Asian getaway? Undoubtedly Malaysia must have crossed your mind while holiday planning. A top contender in most favoured Asian holiday destinations, this charming country enriched in a splendid combination of experiences comprises of dramatic cities teeming with fantastic attractions, landscapes shrouded in verdant rainforests, pristine highlands, gorgeous beaches and of course a heady fusion of multiethnic flavors and aromas to indulge in. This Asian destination‘s charisma, composer, zeal, and thrill offers moments that suit one and all. Be it a family holiday, a romantic getaway or adventure expeditions, Malaysia certainly knows how to make its guests happy. But before you get busy chalking out what to do, see and eat in Malaysia, there is something far more important to focus on to make sure your Malaysia journey starts out smoothly. One of the most significant essentials needed for a Malaysia visit is a Malaysia visa.  Anyone traveling to Malaysia requires a valid Malaysia Tourist visa to enter into Malaysia except citizens of certain countries. Let’s dig a little deeper to understand what you need to know about Malaysia travel visa.  » Read more

Top Kid Friendly Hotels to stay on a Malaysian Holiday

Malaysia is a delightful destination for family holidaymakers. Teeming with impressive cities, idyllic beaches, nature reserves, and theme parks, the destination offers something exciting that suits all age group. Planning a holiday in Malaysia is simple and easy while traveling with kids. There are loads of options to include in your travel itinerary. But when it comes to accommodations, it is a different story altogether. The anxiety of whether enough facilities will be available to keep the child comfortable becomes the point of stress. Malaysia being a family destination understands the importance of a kid friendly hotel concept. Here are some fantastic hotels that put together your child’s comfort, your satisfaction and excellent locations for a relaxed holiday.

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Travel Etiquette in Malaysia

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Malaysia is a beautiful country in Southeast Asia. Malaysia is often considered split into two homelands – one the populous peninsula and the other remote states of Sabah and Sarawak situated on the island of Borneo. Malaysia is home to a very diverse, multi-cultural society and it is formed by three ethnic groups namely Malay, Chinese, and Indians. Each ethnic group brings about its own special social customs and religious sentiments along. Even though Malaysia is a Muslim state, there is a considerable population of Hindus, Christians, and Buddhist groups present. You can call it one of the cultural melting pots in the world. One should completely be prepared to face the local heritage and culture during your trip to Malaysia. Below listed are some of the travel etiquettes which you should take note during your Malaysia trip.
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Best Time to Visit Malaysia

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Malaysia is an incredible place filled with natural beauty, vibrant cities and marvellous islands. Malaysia offers lots of tourist attractions that you would definitely love. Be it the steely structures and skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur, the ancient rainforests and villages of Taman Negara, the mountains, coral reefs and rainforests of Kota Kinabalu, the vibrant city and beaches of Kuching, the hill resort of Genting Highlands, the beaches and chalets of Tioman Island, etc., Malaysia has everything to make your holiday a memorable one.

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