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When someone mentions “Bario”, we would probably immediately think of the small grains of rice that Sarawak is famous for. But there is so much more to Bario than that.
Many Malaysians will celebrate their second Hari Raya away from their hometowns next week. But the festive season can still be enjoyed from wherever you are while observing the SOP at all times.
Botanical gardens strike the right balance between lush wilderness and urban comfort. We take a look at some of the stunning botanical gardens in Malaysia where you can get your green fix.
Kota Tinggi Waterfall Resort is located within the Gunung Panti Recreational Forest in Johor. It is a popular attraction among locals, although occasionally you do see some Singaporean tourists visiting the place on long weekends.
Lake Kenyir is surrounded by lush tropical rainforests, and a haven for freshwater fish and other water creatures. It is famous among eco-tourists and naturalists and visited all-year-long for many reasons.
Look beyond the urban vibe of JB and you will find a wealth of attractions suitable for all kinds of travellers. A big part of the state of Johor's appeal also lies in its rich heritage.
There are many waterfalls worth checking out in Pahang, like the Sungai Pandan Waterfall in Kuantan. It’s one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the state and is famous among locals.
A study by a heritage association has found that there was an ancient route that connected two villages in the southern part of Gunung Lanno, Simpang Pulai near Ipoh, Perak, which is believed to have been last used by the villagers more than 100 years ago.
A stroll through the historical city of Pompeii during the pandemic.
Jeram Linang is popular among hikers, campers and adventure seekers. Many visitors will come here on the weekends and during the holidays, especially in the dry season between April and September.