Make sure to watch in 1080p! Malaysia’s largest state, Sarawak, is rich in cultural history and diversity. 27 different ethnic groups make up the small population of 2.3 million people that covers an area as … Continue reading Video: Sarawak Cultural Village
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 peninsular side of the country where skyscrapers, modern transportation and density reign supreme. But a trip over to Borneo will give you a different perspective of the country, one that is a little more rugged, chalk-full of nature and adventure, and steeped in rich cultural history.
Eastern Malaysia is split between two states, Sabah in the north and Sarawak in the south, and is the same size as Peninsular Malaysia. Locals joke that there are 4 seasons here; wet, very wet, hot, and very hot. After my recent trip to Kuching in Sarawak, I’d have to agree. Read more “Sarawak and the Annah Rais Longhouse Village”
About a 5km drive from the town centre of Mattawa, Ontario, and tucked between the lush forest landscape and the Mattawa and Ottawa Rivers is Moosehead Estate and Retreat, a family run bed and breakfast … Continue reading Moosehead Estate and Retreat
The more I travel, the more I realize what a phenomenal city Toronto is. And I’m not just saying that because it’s my hometown. What I like most about Toronto is that it’s one of the most multicultural cities in the world, giving it a unique character and vibrancy unlike most international cities. You can almost literally experience the world right here in a single city.
Unfortunately, Toronto doesn’t rank up there as a “must-see” big city around the world. But I’m hoping this video will help convince you to reconsider your travel choices. There’s an incredible amount of amazing things to do in Toronto, and trying to pick the top 5 was no easy feat. From professional sports teams to wandering our various ethnic neighbourhoods, to experiencing our performing arts scene and yes, even climbing the CN Tower, not everything could make the list.
I consulted with a number of fellow Torontonians, and in the end we decided it was about experiencing certain aspects of our city rather than giving you 5 specific things to do.
So, may I present to you the Top 5 Things to Do (Experience) in Toronto: Read more “Video: Top 5 Things to Do in Toronto”
*For the purposes of clarity, this article deals with Melaka City, not the state of Melaka, of which Melaka City is the capital. Melaka, Malacca, Malaka, it doesn’t matter how you spell it. … Continue reading Melaka, Malaysia: Travel Guide