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Looking for a place to rest, recuperate and recharge your mind, body and soul after what has by many standards been a traumatic year? Then Kechara Forest Retreat in Bentong, Pahang, may be just what you need. This spiritual retreat and wellness centre delivers on all these fronts and has…

With a rich tapestry of history that stretches back centuries, Melaka, or Malacca, is undoubtedly one popular destination for tourists. It has a unique character brought on by the many people who have walked on its soil throughout the ages, which include the Portuguese and Dutch whose remnants survive in…

Accounting for more than a quarter of the total land area sandwiched between Thailand and Singapore, Pahang is by far the largest of the 11 states in Peninsular Malaysia. It’s a place that brims with attractions. Its capital, Kuantan, fronts the South China Sea and is the most populated centre…

Kuala Lumpur is a melting pot of multicultural modernity that has an uncanny way of charming anyone who takes to its streets. Historic monuments stand side by side steel-clad skyscrapers, lush parks and even rainforest (in the city!) – the old meets the new here to striking effect.If you’re wondering…

Planning a short getaway for the weekend? Here are a few handpicked boutique hotels that are sure to pique your interest! KLoe Hotel, Curated for CreativesKLoe Hotel certainly stands out for its unique style and incredibly Instagram-worthy aesthetics with its own take on modern luxury for creatively inclined individuals. This…

If you’ve been looking to refresh your senses and reset your bearings, there’s no better place to do that than among nature. Away from the concrete and cars, the pressures of city life and the harsh fluorescent lights, you can clear your mind and just breathe (clean air!). Malaysia is…

Located adjacent to the Perdana Botanical Gardens, the KL Bird Park is a 21-acre free-flight aviary that has become one of KL’s best known eco-tourism destinations. It’s home to over 3,000 birds, and split into sections including the Brahminy Land, Flamingo Pond, Hornbill Park and World of Parrots. Try and…

If you’re looking for some of the best streetfood in Kuala Lumpur, make your way to Jalan Alor which is right in the heart of KL’s Golden Triangle. Hawker stalls, restaurants and a myriad of other eateries pack out the sides of this busy street, offering specialities like barbecued chicken…

For decades one of the city’s bustling nightlife hubs, Changkat Bukit Bintang is packed with bars, pubs, speakeasies, gastrobars and restaurants – a vibrant mix that hits the spot for just about any occasion. You’ll find a lively mix of tourists, locals and expatriates here, with an unbeatable atmosphere and…

Built in honour of the sea goddess Mazu, the Thean Hou Temple sits at the top of Robson Heights and covers an area of nearly 1.7 acres – making it one of the largest in Southeast Asia. A blend of modern and traditional architectural elements with sweeping roofs, carvings, ornamentation…