With Visit Malaysia Year set to end in about two months, Malaysia has another exciting tourism campaign in store to boost tourism arrivals in 2015.
The campaign is entitled Malaysia Year of Festivals 2015 or MyFest 2015.
According to … Read More
Just two kilometres off the Kuala Terengganu shore, lies Pulau Duyung, an island where the art of boat building runs in the blood of some of its inhabitants.
Pulau Duyung is perhaps the most well known boat-building centre in … Read More
The Pahang Weaving Centre (Pusat Pengembangan Tenun Pahang) in Kampung Soi was established to not only keep the tradition of hand weaving alive but to provide an outlet to purchase quality traditional fabrics. It’s also a place where the … Read More
The MAWAR House Handicraft Centre offers hand-drawn and dyed batik cloths, batik paintings, straw mats and other goods for sale, making it a one-stop handicraft centre destined to be one of Johor’s leading tourist attractions.
The exploits of the Melaka warrior and admiral of the fleet Hang Tuah are the stuff of legend.
He had an outstanding military career in the service of Sultan Mansur at the height of Melaka’s power … Read More
This House is dedicated to the memory of the renowned Malay scholar Pendeta Tan Sri Dr Zainal Abidin bin Ahmad (Zaaba) who was born on 15 September 1895.
He could read and write Jawi when he … Read More
Home to over 3000 birds from about 200 species from the world over , the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is well-known as the “World’s Largest Free-flight Walk-in Aviary”
The KL Bird Park is part of the Lake Gardens, which … Read More