5 Great Cities in Malaysia to Explore on Foot

5 Great Cities in Malaysia to Explore on Foot

ipoh heritage trail

As much as we enjoy traveling overseas, there are definitely great places to visit in Malaysia itself. It is nowadays easy to travel to another city by car, but what’s more interesting is that some of these cities can be explored on foot. The beauty of walking lies in the fact that we get to explore a new city at our own pace and the opportunity of stumbling upon unique local attractions and low-key gems in the city could just…

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Chill Weekend at Singapore

Chill Weekend at Singapore

air flight blue sky

Singapore is a country that I frequently visit – well, because it’s one of the neighbouring places to Malaysia. And on top of that, it’s always fun and hassle free during a trip to Singapore. On our recent outing to the Lion City, our main objective was to have a relaxed weekend. Compared to our previous trip where we watched the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix and had fixed schedules, our itinerary this time was pretty much free and easy….

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Ipoh Qing Xin Ling Leisure and Cultural Village

Ipoh Qing Xin Ling Leisure and Cultural Village

ipoh qing xin ling lake

Ipoh is known for its hidden gems… not only for its delicious Ipoh food, but also scenic landmarks. One of them is known as Qing Xin Ling Leisure and Cultural Village. Born and bred in Ipoh for almost 2 decades, I must honestly admit that I didn’t know about this place… at all. Heh. It’s so hidden in Gunung Rapat (which literally means “tight mountains” in Malay), that I’ve only discovered it recently. Besides the usual cave temples in Ipoh,…

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