What is the all-time favourite breakfast and teatime snack in Malaysia? Available at almost all mamak stalls and restaurants even in the early hours of the morning. Suitable to eaten during football matches or while hanging out or relaxing … Read More
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 bound for Beijing left the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at 12.41am.on April 8, 2014. It was scheduled to land at the Beijing International Airport at 6.30am (local Beijing time).
Subang Air Traffic Control reported … Read More
Pasar Besar Siti Khadijah (Siti Khadijah Central Market) in Kota Bharu is probably the most oft-photographed market in Malaysia. Perhaps because of its unique architecture and its special character of having mostly ladies manning the shops and the stalls. … Read More
If you’re looking for some old world charm to spice up your next holiday, you should consider Taiping, which is a town of many “firsts”. Of course you get to enjoy great architecture in the form of heritage buildings, … Read More
The Second Penang Bridge which opened on March 2, 2014 has been named after Sultan Abdul Halim Mua’dzam, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
It is the longest bridge in Southeast Asia spanning 24 kilometres.
No toll will be charged for using … Read More
VMY2014, a mobile app for android, recently launched by Virtualmalaysia.com helps travellers and holidaymakers with fuss-free travel in Malaysia especially during the Visit Malaysia Year 2014.
It’s an extension of Virtualmalaysia.com, Malaysia’s No.1 social travel channel, which provides the … Read More
If you’re visiting Kuala Lumpur, you shouldn’t miss Chinatown. When you’re Chinatown, you shouldn’t overlook the Guan Di Temple, popularly known as the God of War temple. This temple was built in 1888 and is claimed to be one … Read More