Come Wednesday, 30 May, some tribes in Sarawak and Sabah will be celebrating the annual Harvest Festival. If you happen to be in Sabah, don’t miss the vibrant Tadau Kaamatan celebration, one of Sabah’s yearly attractions.
We’ve listed six well-known temples for Wesak celebration where Buddhist devotees could go to. For the rest of us who don’t observe the faith, it’s also the perfect time to visit the temples over the long weekend holiday for some sightseeing.
Langkawi is one of Malaysia’s top tourist destinations, but you can enjoy the wonderful island district on a budget despite its soaring popularity. We have a 3D2N budget itinerary which you can emulate.
FIFA World Cup, one of the biggest sporting spectacles in the world, is back! If you are making some last-minute plans to attend the mega event in Russia, here’s a checklist of 5 things you should know.
Mother’s Day should be celebrated every day. And we’re here to help you with our guide to 5 amazing holidays your mum would love. After all, the most precious person in our world only deserves “an out of this world” experience!
Putrajaya and Cyberjaya are two neighbouring cities which are not normally associated with leisure. However, this is not essentially true. We present 6 fun activities you can do here without burning a hole in the pocket.
If you haven’t purchased any transportation ticket yet, we’ve found some great transportation waivers and offers for Malaysians to travel back home for GE14.
The Declaration of Malacca as a Historical City on April 15 recognises 500 years of cultural and trading exchanges in the Straits of Malacca. Try these fun and cheap(ish) things while you’re in the city.
Travelling doesn’t have to cost a fortune. With these smart tips and some travel hacks in your back pocket, you’ll be able to enjoy your holiday debt-free!
Being the 6th most powerful passport in the world, Malaysian citizens can visit many spectacular countries visa-free. Here’s a list of 31 countries Malaysians can experience without a visa.