5 Things To Do in Kuching, Malaysia

Kuching Cat Statues

Derived from the Malay word for “cat”, Kuching is an interesting city with a subtle, no-frills type attitude. Save for the various cat monuments erected throughout the city, the majority of ‘attractions’ for visitors to Kuching centre around the waterfront. Here you can witness the ebb and flow of daily life and how the river […]

Video: Orangutans and the Matang Wildlife Centre

Borneo Orangutans

The conservation of the orangutan is one of the most important undertakings in the Malaysian state of Sarawak. Deforestation is the greatest contributing factor to the orangutan’s endangered status. The government and wildlife centres are doing everything they can to avoid the depletion of the species, a reality already faced by the dwindling white rhino […]

Sarawak and the Annah Rais Longhouse Village

Sarawak, Malaysia

The island of Borneo is made up of three different countries, Indonesia, Brunei, and Eastern Malaysia. It’s the third largest island in the world and home to thick jungle forests, tribal community groups, and some of the rarest plant and animal species in the world. Many people often overlook Eastern Malaysia, instead focusing on the […]

Travel Costs: Malaysia

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Gorgeous beaches, mountainous regions, fast-paced city living, exotic jungles, highly developed infrastructure and cheap travel costs, Malaysia is unlike any other Southeast Asian country. Located south of Thailand and spanning over two landmasses (Peninsular and Borneo Malaysia), Malaysia is the melting pot of the region, made up of Chinese, Indian, and Malay cultures. Malaysia was […]