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PHOTO: National Mosque of Malaysia (Masjid Negara) in Kuala Lumpur

I was hot, tired, and sweaty after a day of exploring the Colonial Walk along the Gombak River in central Kuala Lumpur. I could have hopped on the Metro, but the city’s historic Railway Station, with its lacy onion domes and turrets, was on the way to my hotel, so I set off on foot. The main road I was following, Jalan Kinabalu, suddenly became flooded with hundreds of men walking in the opposite direction. I dodged and wove through the oncoming masses, wondering what on earth was... The post PH...
Tags: Travel, Daily Photo, Photography, Culture, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Cultural Travel, Metro, Railway Station, National Mosque of Malaysia Masjid Negara, Gombak River


Bees Swarming an Airport is Normal, Maggots and Rats Not As Much

AirAsia operates out of terminal 2 in Kuala Lumpur. And AirAsia's CEO is none too impressed with the facility. He shared his thoughts on twitter, creating quite a buzz. Well run airports have procedures in place to handle this, and airline CEOs don't need to take to twitter to have the issue addressed. Continue reading Bees Swarming an Airport is Normal, Maggots and Rats Not As Much...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Kuala Lumpur, Airasia


There’s More to Kuala Lumpur than Petronas Towers and Shopping

Kuala Lumpur, capital of the Southeast Asian country of Malaysia, has always been a “pass-through” destination for me. Either I never made it out of the airport during long layovers, or my time was limited to an overnight stay. I’d made the obligatory trek to see famous twin Petronas Towers, once the tallest skyscrapers in the world, and walk around the lovely lake and park at the foot of the towers. I’d had dinner in the Brickyards neighborhood more commonly known as Little India. And I’d spent...
Tags: Travel, Culture, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Cultural Travel, Asia Travel, Petronas Towers, Southeast Asian, River Of Life, Brickyards


AirAsia Start Flying from KL to Chiang Rai in 2019

AirAsia Start Flying from KL to Chiang Rai in 2019 Happy New Year everyone and time to start 2019 with the first story of the year. What is happening in 2019? Let’s start with a travel news and you probably read this. AirAsia will start flying from KL to Chiang Rai on 31st January 2019 (end of this month). It will be operated by AirAsia Thailand with the carrier code of FD as the usual AirAsia carrier code is AK. ( = || []).push({}); AirAsia will also be ...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Thailand, Kuala Lumpur, Myanmar, Airlines, Airport, Laos, Headline, Airasia, Kl, Macao, Thailand - Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Doi Tung


Matador staff's favorite trips 2018

The Matador staff is based all around the world, which means we’re a well-traveled bunch. In 2018, team members went across the globe — sometimes for fun, sometimes for work, and sometimes for a mix of both. We explored the polar-bear-filled north and surfed the coast of Spain. Some of us went to cities; others took on the great outdoors. Some of us got to know our own backyards a little better. All of us took along our one piece of gear we can’t travel without. If you want a guaranteed amazi...
Tags: Travel, Europe, New York, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, America, Spain, Barcelona, Thailand, Atlantic, Egypt, Malaysia, Santiago, Idaho, Hawaii, Galicia


Borneo Bird Festival 2018 Event Review

This year, the 10th Borneo Bird Festival took place in its inaugural homeground at the Rainforest Discovery Center or RDC in Sepilok, Sandakan. This is also in the east coast part of Sabah Borneo.  Being one of the most influential bird watching events held in Malaysia, this festival sees a beautiful balance among nature, conservation and most importantly education.  Never before has a yearly bird festival take the initiative to promote bird conservation and awareness on such a large sca...
Tags: Travel, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Cambodia, Sabah, Borneo, Bird Watching, Bird Watching In Malaysia, Tawau, David Jr, Sabah Borneo, Henry Goh, Sandakan, Sanjit, Borneo Bird Festival, Borneo Bird Club


Game On for Yoodo User with PUBG MOBILE National Championship

Great news for fans of Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) mobile in Malaysia, Yoodo, our country’s first truly customisable digital mobile service just announced that it is the official telco Official Digital Telco for Malaysia’s First Official PUBG MOBILE National Championship (PMNC). For the uninitiated, PUBG MOBILE is one of the most popular games among gamers and for this competition we will see 256 teams from all across Malaysia trying to get a piece of the total RM 60,000 prize pool. G...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Sabah, Others, Lunch Money, Johor Bahru, PUBG, PUBG Corporation, Yoodo, Official Digital Telco


Cool new things opening in 2019

In less than a couple of weeks, your social media will be inundated with inspirational memes that are all some iteration of “new year, new me.” Yay. But your motivational Instagram friends aren’t the only ones excited about new things in 2019. All around the world cities are welcoming new attractions, parks, art installations, and museums that create exciting reasons to jump on a plane and visit. Whether it’s a Star Wars-themed park in Disneyland, a newly discovered cenote with a zip-line in ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, US, America, Qatar, Canada, Connecticut, Kuala Lumpur, North America, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Quebec, Bangkok, Galapagos Islands


10 Natural Wonders Of Malaysia

For travellers who are seeking an original tourism experience, I have come up with a list of 10 natural wonders of Malaysia that is undeniably beautiful.  This list was created personally by me, and now being recommended to anyone who wants to experience the best natural tourism destinations in Malaysia.  These natural wonders are not man made, but purely nature made, so places like Cameron Highlands Tea Plantations or even Putrajaya and others do not qualify in this list. 10 Natura...
Tags: Travel, Southeast Asia, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Cameron, Sabah, Pahang, Selangor, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Miri, Sarawak, Tourism Malaysia, Moss, Putrajaya, Cameron Highlands


Myanmar and Kuala Lumpur

MyanmarFlew to Yangon in Myanmar then on to Heho and the first thing that struck us was that the time difference was 30mins Thought everywhere was whole hours from GMT First morning in Nyaung Shwe and off on a couple of rickety old bikes to check
Tags: Travel, Kuala Lumpur, Myanmar, Yangon, Heho, Nyaung Shwe


How Much Does it Cost to Travel in Brunei?

Brunei has a reputation for being expensive for travellers. In some respects it is. When you compare the cost of travel in Brunei to somewhere like Vietnam, it is a little pricer. You’ll pay more for accommodation in Brunei, and won’t be cruising by on just $15 a day. In spite of that, I was surprised by how affordable Brunei was. Just like in Vietnam, you can grab a meal for as little as $1, and a bus ride in Bandar Seri Begawan is 80 cents per journey. There are plenty of free activities and a...
Tags: Travel, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Spain, Dave, United States, Kuala Lumpur, Brunei, Vietnam, Borneo, Maya, Coffee Bean, Air Asia, BND, Bandar Seri Begawan, Kampong


Where I’m At: December, 2018 – Saigon edition

Greetings from Saigon and another edition of Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to and general site news. Where I’ve Been Northern Rivers I started the month in the Northern Rivers region of northern New South Wales. I was staying near Byron Bay, which has become an aspirational destination for Australians who want to move from the city to the coast. A long time ago it was a sleepy coastal town, but now it has become so popular that property prices have skyrocketed. Chr...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Singapore, Matt Damon, Kuala Lumpur, New South Wales, Brisbane, Island, Melbourne, Chris Hemsworth, Solomon Islands, Byron, Where I'm At, Saigon, Byron Bay, Honiara


KY eats – Hana Tei Japanese Restaurant, Lucky Garden, Bangsar

I think it’s safe to say that Japanese food is one of my favorite cuisine when it comes to heading out to a proper restaurant. In fact, this is the 100th entry on Japanese cuisine on this space – and for this occasion we head to Bangsar and look at Hana Tei Japanese Restaurant. Hana Tei, Lucky Garden Bangsar If you’re from Kajang and Cheras area, you may have heard of Hana Tei before. This Bangsar branch is their latest venture into KL city. Personally, I thought Lucky Garden (the same row with...
Tags: Travel, Beef, Kuala Lumpur, Sushi, Japanese, Wagyu, Food Video, Lunch Money, Eats, Kl City, Foreign Food, By Invitation, Sashimi, Cheras, Bangsar, Japanese-Food


Vlogger on Malaysia Airlines flight

If you’re going to complain about your flight crew online, you should probably wait until after you’ve landed. Josh Cahill, a travel vlogger with 53,000 YouTube followers and 24,000 Instagram followers, often reviews his travel experiences for his audience, and this flight from Kuala Lumpur to London was no exception. In an Instagram picture posted during the flight — in which he tagged Malaysia Airlines — Cahill expressed his displeasure, calling the flight the most disappointing of the year...
Tags: Travel, London, News, Instagram, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airlines, Travel Vloggers, Cahill, Malaysia Airlines review, Travel Vlogger, Josh Cahill


AirAsia Set To Fly to Fukuoka Japan

AirAsia Set To Fly to Fukuoka Japan Good news everyone! AirAsia set to announce their latest destination on this Thursday. AirAsia X will be flying to Fukuoka Japan. This is their fourth city in Japan after Tokyo (Haneda), Osaka (Kansai) and Hokkaido (Sapporo). Since the announcement will be made on this Thursday, we have no idea on the price of the flight and also the frequencies of the flight per week from KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) Malaysia to Fukuoka Airport (FUK) Japan. ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Featured, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, Airlines, Headline, Bangkok, Airasia, Ana, Osaka, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Kumamoto, Nagoya, Haneda


How to get from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur by train

Getting the train from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur used to be a straight-forward affair. The train would leave from Tanjong Pagar railway station (near downtown Singapore), clear immigration for both countries at Woodlands, and then continue on the same train to Kuala Lumpur. I did this journey in 2009 and it was a great way to travel overland. In 2011 the service from Tanjong Pagar was discontinued and the train service then began at Woodlands, near the Singapore-Malaysia border. The railway co...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Trains, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Travel Blog, Kl, Penang, RTS, Johor Bahru, MRT, ETS, Tanjong Pagar, JB


Malaysia part II Penang Island and Kuala Lumpur

A superhot national park a supertall skyscraper a superbig cave and some more things which really aren't superanything We didnt spend more than a few days in Malaysia and we only went to two places Penang Island and Kuala Lumpur.
Tags: Travel, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Penang Island


10th Borneo Bird Festival 2018 - What Can You Expect

The 10th Borneo Bird Festival 2018 will be held in Sandakan, Sabah on 1st and 2nd December, and many are happy to know that the decade long birding event is now coming back to its home ground. Since the conceptualization of this unique bird watching festival which started back in 2009, the Borneo Bird Festival has seen huge changes in the last 10 years, and is also known as the largest bird watching and nature festival in Malaysia.  The event has also brought together bird watchers from ...
Tags: Travel, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Wwf, Bird, Malaysia Airlines, Sabah, Airasia, Kota Kinabalu, Bird Watching, Bird Watching In Malaysia, Birding, David Jr, Sabah Borneo, Sandakan, Borneo Bird Festival


Best Diwali celebrations

India is an obvious choice for anyone looking to celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. But it’s far from the only option. All around the world, Diwali participants decorate their homes with oil lamps known as diyas and colorful mandalas called kolam. Fireworks spread across the skies of celebrating cities from Australia to the US to close out epic, days-long fairs. Whether you want to find a venue to observe the triumph of light over dark in a traditional fashion or simply wish to e...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Singapore, India, US, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Venezuela, Melbourne, Hinduism, San Antonio, Caribbean, Hindu, Little India, Trinidad And Tobago, Diwali


Sydney’s Aqua S Soft Serve Is Opening In Malaysia

Sydney’s Aqua S Soft Serve Is Opening In Malaysia ( = || []).push({}); Sydney’s best soft serve ice cream parlour is opening in Malaysia soon. Aqua S Soft Serve, the soft serve ice cream parlour that offers unique and wacky flavours started in Sydney CBD and they have expanded to places like Houston, Auckland, Singapore, Phnom Penh and Kuala Lumpur soon. Aqua S outlet in Sydney (taken in 2016) Aqua S is opened in 2015 and it has been the talk of the tow...
Tags: Travel, Food, Featured, Selfie, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, New South Wales, Sydney, Headline, Samantha, Gardens, Lucy, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Hokkaido, McDonald


9 Things You Should Do To Apply US VISA Application

9 Things You Should Do To Apply US VISA Application Planning to visit United States of America or US soon? Do you know that Malaysians need to apply a tourist VISA to US? We blogged about China VISA Application and Australia VISA Application in the past but we never share about US VISA Application. Since we travelled to US before, we went through the US VISA application process in Kuala Lumpur. Types of VISA Understanding the type of VISA you need to apply, you can read more about it at Trave...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Usa, Featured, Australia, China, US, United States, Malaysia, Hawaii, Kuala Lumpur, Bank, Human Resources, Headline, Kl, Klia


How We Met Jason and Chun in Langkawi

Upon the suggestion again of our friends Tom and Sohbee formerly from Kuala Lumpur then the Bay Area and now Shanghai we headed to the beautiful sparsely populated Malaysian island of Langkawi. Sheri met Sohbee at the local community college while
Tags: Travel, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Jason, Bay Area, Tom, Langkawi, Chun, Sohbee, Langkawi Sheri


Just Chicken Feed to You

Of the many activities and places to visit here in Kuala Lumpur here is one that really strikes a chord. So we are on the rather unusual trek to Uncle Rani's Chicken Farm. Here is some background from Vivian Chong of the Malay Mail Abdul Rani
Tags: Travel, Kuala Lumpur, Rani, Vivian Chong


How We Met Angela in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown is a city unto itself At the heart of Kuala Lumpur is an area which never sleeps and far more colourful and bustling than its bigger and more glamourous neighbours KLCC Bukit Bintang. Chinatown based in Petaling Street is a
Tags: Travel, Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown, Angela, Petaling Street, KLCC Bukit Bintang Chinatown


Return to Kuala Lumpur

The last time I was in Kuala Lumpur I was confined to a bed with a bad back for almost a week. We had to skip a trip to Borneo Sarawak to see the famous orangutans. I was happy to get well enough to fly home after Sheri nursed me back to some decent
Tags: Travel, Kuala Lumpur, Borneo Sarawak, Sheri


STB launches new Visit Sarawak More To Discover Campaign Logo

STB launches new Visit Sarawak More To Discover Campaign Logo ( = || []).push({}); Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) launches the Visit Sarawak Campaign Logo with new tagline of More to Discover, ahead of its official launch scheduled for this December. The event was held in J.W. Marriot Hotel Kuala Lumpur a few days ago. We have not travelled to Sarawak for more than five years and we were excited to attend our first Sarawak Tourism Board event. At the event,...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Events, Austria, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Headline, Kuching, Sarawak, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Anthony Bourdain, State, Incheon, Sarawak Tourism Board


Two Photos of This AirAsia Flight Attendant Have Gone Viral

A passenger snapped two photos of a flight attendant during an AirAsia flight from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong on October 12, posted them to Facebook, and they’ve gone viral both online and in media with worldwide coverage in China, Australia, the UK and beyond. The flight attendant, Mabel Goo from Malaysia, doesn’t mind the attention — finds it ‘very nice people say such kind words’ but prefers “to focus my attention more on my work with AirAsia” where she’s part of their “cabin crew Fun Team.” C...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Hong Kong, UK, Advice, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Airasia, China Australia


Chef Yip Gian Ding Wins GOLD at Lee Kum Kee International Young Chef Chinese Culinary Challenge 2018

Chef Yip Gian Ding Wins GOLD at Lee Kum Kee International Young Chef Chinese Culinary Challenge 2018  Lee Kum Kee is a household brand in Malaysia since decades ago. Some of their popular sauces include the oyster sauce and the soy sauce. However, most people didn’t know the history of the brand. Lee Kum Kee was established in 1888 when its founder Mr. Lee Kum Sheung invented oyster sauce. With a glorious history of 130 years, Lee Kum Kee has become a household name of Chinese sauces and condime...
Tags: Travel, Food, Asia, Hong Kong, Japan, Featured, Events, United States, Malaysia, Netherlands, Kuala Lumpur, Bacon, Group, Headline, White, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements


5 easiest places to move to in Asia

Whether you just need a change of scenery or it’s always been a life goal to live in another country, many of us have considered moving abroad at some point. The prospect can be highly tantalizing: A fresh slate in a new, exciting country with different food, interesting culture, and expanded career opportunities. The question is: Where to go? And how? Due to its relatively low cost of living and fairly straightforward visa processes, Southeast Asia tends to be a popular landing spot for Ame...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Bali, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, US, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Cambodia, Vietnam, Expat Living, American TV, Philippine, Southeast Asian


Hame'l'dae'me

Now that was a long journey... Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur 1hr 15min Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong 5 hours then a 5 hour wait. Hong Kong to London 13 hrs then a 3 hour wait London to Glasgow 1hr 30min where my Dad met me for the short trip of ten
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, London, Kuala Lumpur, Glasgow, Langkawi



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