Rice is the staple food in most Asian countries. But did you know that there are so many different ways to cook it to make completely unique dishes? Check out these 10 rice dishes that you must try in Malaysia.
Although rice is the staple food in Malaysia, noodles are also a popular option. With the various noodle dishes on offer, you will be spoiled for choice. Here are 10 of the best noodle dishes that you have to try in Malaysia.
Learn about the complete life cycle of rice and its production — from planting, harvesting, and processing, until it becomes the packaged rice you buy from grocery stores.
An easy hike with great views of the sea at the top? What more can you ask for? Located 20 kilometres from popular beach destination Port Dickson, Bukit Batu Putih offers all that and more.
Visiting a predominantly Muslim country during the holy month of Ramadan may seem daunting. Are all shops closed? Can you eat in public? Is it a good idea to visit? This article will answer all your questions.
Malaysians love eating so much that three meals per day are never enough — we need something in between: snacks! Here are 10 savory snacks that you have to try when you visit Malaysia.
White-water rafting is something that even an aquaphobic like me enjoys tremendously. Here’s how you can do white-water rafting in Malaysia, including how to book, what to bring, what to expect, and more.
Is Malaysia safe for solo travelers? Some people get offended if asked whether their country is safe for tourists, but I think it’s a valid question to ask. In this article, I will give you an honest insight.
Skydiving is one of the most common things on everyone’s bucket list. But did you know that you could skydive solo on your first time skydiving? This article will tell you what static-line skydiving is, how it compares to tandem skydiving, what to expect, and where to do it in Malaysia.
Did you know that Kuala Selangor, Malaysia has one of the biggest firefly colonies in the world? Find out how you can see this magical sight.