The Petronas Twin Towers and the KL Tower are both iconic skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur. But if you had to choose only one due to time or budget constraints, which one should you choose?
You have probably seen this place on Instagram. Colorful stairs and a humongous golden statue. But what are the Batu Caves exactly? Are they worth visiting?
This happy balloon will literally make you happy. But you don’t play it the way you would normally play a balloon. You inhale the gas inside it. It’s called the laughing gas.
This private walking tour in Kuala Lumpur is perfect for solo travelers, introverts, and those who want to see the city within a short span of time, as well as get a deeper insight into the Malaysian culture. Conducted by a local who’s also an experienced solo traveler.
For those of us who travel for a living, and those who travel to keep themselves sane, all these movement restrictions are not just mere annoyances. They can wreak havoc on our mental health. Here’s how to deal with cabin fever when you can’t travel.
You have tried smoking a joint. But have you tried drinking marijuana tea? You can even do that for free in this mountainous region in India. Read this article to find out how.
Malaysia is not very well-known outside of Southeast Asia, but it offers a respite from the more well-trodden paths. Here’s 10 reasons why Malaysia would be the perfect hub for digital nomads.
Have you always wanted to have dinner high up in the sky with your feet dangling in the air? Now you can. And if you’ve never had that kind of thing on your bucket list, now you should. This article will tell you what the experience is really like.
There’s something about being on a yacht that makes you feel like a million dollars. And what better thing to do on a yacht than to party? This article reviews one of the most popular boat parties in Indonesia that is budget-friendly.