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Tasting Penang

By On February 26, 2014
After hearing rave reviews about the food in Penang, I decided to taste the dishes Penang had to offer.


For a budget traveler like myself, finding solace in street food is not only good for my pocket but also for my belly. I found several hunger quenchers along the different streets in Penang.

What's Outside Georgetown?

By On February 24, 2014
After wandering around Georgetown, I looked for other things to do and places to visit outside the historical city.


The Historical City of Georgetown

By On February 17, 2014
I found myself in the UNESCO Heritage Town of Georgetown in Penang, during my Southeast Asia trip. It was similar to Malacca, but not quite the same.

Khoo Kongsi

Visit Malaysia Year 2014 Kicks Off In The Philippines With The Launch of ‘Tara Na Sa Malaysia’ Holiday Packages Brochure

By On February 15, 2014
Tourism Malaysia marks its grandest tourism celebration, dubbed Visit Malaysia Year (VMY) 2014, with stepped up efforts to attract more visitors to this bubbling, energetic cultural melting pot filled with endless wondrous events, amazing festivals and exciting activities all year round. With its theme of “Celebrating 1Malaysia Truly Asia,” these efforts would position Malaysia as a premiere destination in Southeast Asia.


Penang's Street Art

By On February 12, 2014
Aside from the historical significance of Georgetown, this vibrant city has a lot of street art worth mentioning. From murals to wire art, the streets of Penang are teeming with creativity amidst the hard-hat and blue-collar vibe of this state.


For the artistic soul, Penang has a lot of eye-catching street art.

A Visit to Kek Lok Si Temple & Penang Hill

By On February 10, 2014
During my last few days in Malaysia, I headed north to Penang, the location of another UNESCO Heritage Town, Georgetown.

Kek Lok Si Temple

Melaka Trip Itinerary & Expenses

By On February 05, 2014
I traveled slowly when I went on my six week trip to three different countries in Southeast Asia that's why I ended up staying in Malacca for a week.


Malacca was an interesting place to visit, especially for a first timer like me.

The Imagined City: Putrajaya

By On February 03, 2014
Since I've been to KL before and have seen the Petronas Towers, I decided to head to the administrative capital of Malaysia, Putrajaya.


Putrajaya was a short train ride away from Kuala Lumpur. The ticket cost me around 9.50 MYR if I'm not mistaken.

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