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Selangor is the most developed state in Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur used to be a part of this state before it become a federal territory on 1 Feb 1974. Many places of interest to go in this state...
Malacca Vacation is not complete without visiting the historical heritage of A'Famosa, The Stadhuys, Christ Church, Maritime Museum, cruising Malacca River and tasting the Nyonya food.
KTM or Keretapi Tanah Melayu trains is a good and interesting mode of travel in Peninsular Malaysia. See the country side scenery as you move along the various parts of the country.
Malaysia Events July to Dec 2018 listing for you to plan the activities to join while in Malaysia.
Here are the Malaysia Events 2018 that you can join to make your visit here even more memorable.
If you are near Taman Megah in Petaling Jaya, you may want to drop by and try the crabs, dim sum and other Chinese street food here.
Read the Malaysia Travel News updated regularly. Find out the latest airline promotion, places of interests and many more.
Head for Cherating Turtle Sanctuary during the month of April to August and see the turtles lay eggs in the night. This centre also has many exhibits and information on turtles.
Malaysia Calendar 2018 provides the dates of all the public holidays in Malaysia. Plan your holidays by using this guide to get the best deals.
See the places of interests for food and shopping near the MRT stations.
Kuala Lumpur public transport is one of the most modern in this region. The city is serviced by buses, light rail transit, commuter train, taxis and express rail link.
Malaysia Calendar 2017 provides information published by the Prime Minister's Department. See the public holidays and state holidays when you plan your visit here to avoid the crowd.
Sultan Abdul Samad Building was built in 1894 and completed in 1897 and has a Moorish architecture in its design. It is located in front of Merdeka Square.
Climb Mount Kinabalu and reward yourself with the fantastic and panoramic view from 4,095m Low's Peak at the summit.
In Langkawi Crocodile Farm, you will get to see countless of crocodiles of different species. It is a haven for crocodiles, as well as a great place for visitors to learn more about this creature..
Klang is the royal town of Selangor and is rich in history and food. Spend a day or two here to see the historical sites of one of the oldest towns in Selangor.
Firefly and Berjaya Air airlines operate from Subang Skypark Terminal, about 30km away from Kuala Lumpur city centre.
You can now try a variety of famous and authentic Malaysia Food in particular Chinese food at Lot 10. Beef noodles, popiah, bak kut teh, Teo Chew porridge, fried hokkien mee, you tiao...
Bukit Bintang is one of the major shopping area in the city centre of Kuala Lumpur. Major shopping complexes are Starhill Gallery, Pavilion KL and Lot 10.
fahrenheit88 shopping mall is located along Jalan Bukit Bintang and is near Pavillion KL.