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Category: Malaysia

The Complete Guide To Climbing Sarawak’s Mulu Pinnacles

So you’ve conquered Gunung Kinabalu, the highest mountain in Malaysia. What’s next? Consider one of the most challenging hikes in Malaysia– the Mulu Pinnacles in Sarawak. But before you attempt the Mulu Pinnacles, please don’t be the idiot that I was.

Discovering Sarawak’s Kayan tribe through a ‘secret’ harvest festival


Day 1: Under the Bakun Dam

“My longhouse used to be here underwater,” Kenneth pointed in the azure water as we sailed across the Bakun Dam in Bintulu, Sarawak.

Catch Me At ZafigoX 2018, The 1st Event In Asia On Women & Travel

What’s more intimidating than giving a speech?

Sharing a stage with some seriously amazing women travelers, the kind who’ve scaled the highest mountains, biked solo across the globe or still travelling at age 75! Wish me luck guys, because I’ll be speaking at ZafigoX 2018!

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An Honest Review Of Sipadan’s Legendary Seaventures Dive Rig

If you’re a diver in Malaysia, you’ve heard of Sipadan – the best dive site in Malaysia and one of the top 10 dive sites in the world. If you’ve heard of Sipadan, you’ve heard of Seaventures Dive Resort, the dive rig. And if you’ve heard of Seaventures dive rig, you’ve heard that it has free unlimited house reef dives.

The Lost Paradise Resort Is The Best Hotel In Penang For Unexpected Reasons

The Lost Paradise Resort located on Penang’s coastal stretch of Batu Feringghi is a bit of an oddball character.

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Why I Chose To Return To Malaysia When I Had My Dream Life Overseas

Dear Malaysia,

Can you believe that after seven months since my return to you, people are still asking me why I came back? Just last week at breakfast an auntie asked me “Why don’t you continue working there? Malaysia economy and politic is so bad now, stay in New Zealand better.”

The Unexpected Reason David Wu Cycled 4,000km From Kedah To China

When I first heard about David Wu’s 4,000km cycling expedition from Kedah to China, I thought it would be a story of a man discovering his home. ‘This would be an article of a lost man finding where he truly belonged’, I thought as I get ready to meet him.

The Difference Between Hiking In New Zealand And Malaysia

“Let’s go hiking in Malaysia!” I pestered my old hiking buddy from my university Trekking Club. A club that had long disintegrated after we left university years ago.

A Curious Side Of Klang Town That You Never Knew

“Did you have to show them your passport before they let you past the Klang toll?”

The Beach Is Not For Everyone

I was immersing into my own world, floating in the cold South China Sea water when two boys in their early 20s approached me.