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GEORGE TOWN: Once known as the “Alcatraz of Malaysia”, the currently abandoned Pulau Jerejak is being proposed for listing under the Penang Heritage Trail Map, said Tourism Malaysia northern territory director Ahmad Husni Ahmad Basri.
Tourism Selangor lists down five of the best (and picturesque) waterfall spots in the state for adventurers and holidaymakers to check out.
NOT many know that besides the heritage beauty and great food in Penang, there is a pocket of pure, undisturbed realm of Mother Nature.
Goodbye, world. The Sticks in Selangor, Malaysia, is hidden among lush rainforest trees and away from Telco signals. But the food is good and the environment totally relaxing.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: It has been almost two years since Penang was hit by a massive storm but the exposed slopes and cliffs along the 3.6km tarred road in Cherok To’Kun Forest Reserve remain in a sorry state.
NILAI: Police have set up a special hotline for the public to provide any information on the missing Irish girl Nora Anne Quoirin.
A letter from TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Chairman, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.
It feels good to do good when travelling, but there are factors to consider before you sign up for voluntourism.
There are lots of short holiday options in Malaysia.
Beautiful beaches and islands where you can swim, snorkel or dive, and majetic mountains that you can climb, are not all that Sabah has to offer. There are also hot springs like Poring in Ranau.