Tagged: Malaysia

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Exploring the streets of Georgetown

There’s heaps to do in Penang, and between 2 years ago and now, much has changed. Georgetown is quickly evolving into a creative city with many young artists finding inspiration here. The fusion of...

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Neighbouring woes

Coming from a small country and big metropolis; somewhere where perfection is essential and everybody is thorough with over-planning, I think we have a lot to learn from our neighbouring countries. There seems to...

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Sungei Lembing, the place that time forgot

I got woken up by Anida at 5am in the morning. One by one we slowly emerged from the dorm room without making too much noise and hopped in a car to drive towards...

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Nostalgia in Kuantan

I spent about a whole week in Kuantan in an attempt to get some quiet time to myself, during which I did some volunteer work in a cafe & hostel in exchange for free...

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Perhentian Paradise

Perhentian island is absolutely beautiful. The white sandy beaches, clear blue waters and amazing aquatic life makes it difficult to leave the island. Unlike other beaches around Southeast Asia, there isn’t much activities to...

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Living on an oil rig

An dive rig built to resemble an oil rig is a really nice place to live at temporarily On the lift The interior The deck The deck (view from the other side) You get...

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Langkawi on a bike

The cheapest way to get around this duty free island is by renting a motorcycle. The roads are generally easy to navigate if you have a map, road signs are everywhere and if you...

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10 things to do in Penang

The city of Georgetown itself is filled with nostalgic shophouses, vintage shops and old streets that are hard to come by in big cities these days. The only thing I would concentrate on when...

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Johor Bahru’s Hipster street

Jalan Dhoby is a stone throw away from City Square, near where the customs are located. I’ve been calling it Hipster Street because everything about the area is just… hipster. Expect to find boutique...