6 day trips in Malaysia for food and adventure that are less than two hours away


Tuaran Mee is one of the most popular noodle dishes in Sabah. — Filepic

It is quite exciting to just grab a backpack and drive to a place – any place – to escape for the day. The idea of hopping into a car and leaving your worries behind seems so refreshing.

At least, this is the case for 22-year-old Wengyi Ngan.

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