[M’SIA HOTEL REVIEW] Eastern & Oriental Hotel , George Town | Penang Hotel Review

During my recent family trip to Penang, we decided to stay in Eastern & Oriental Hotel Penang. The hotel is known as one of the Far East’s most prestigious and historic building of the British colonial era. The hotel is fondly known as “E&O Hotel’ . Eastern & Oriental Hotel has two wings- Heritage Wing … Continue reading [M’SIA HOTEL REVIEW] Eastern & Oriental Hotel , George Town | Penang Hotel Review

[PENANG TRAVELS] EXPLORING WONDERFOOD MUSEUM

So, I went Penang again over the weekend with another group of friends. This time round, I stayed in Airbnb and we explore Georgetown attraction places. One of them is Wonderfood Museum. Penang has quite a number of different museums around the island and Wonderfood Museum was established 21 November 2015. The Penangites are quite … Continue reading [PENANG TRAVELS] EXPLORING WONDERFOOD MUSEUM

[PENANG HOTEL REVIEW] Staycation At Hotel Penaga | Georgetown Penang

Hotel Penaga is situated within UNESCO World Heritage Site, in the heart of Georgetown, Penang Malaysia. The hotel was converted from a cluster of 15 pre-war terrace and shophouses, facing Hutton, Transfer Road and Clark Street into a boutique hotel with 45 beautiful spacing rooms, a restaurant, bar and a lounge that maintains the hidden … Continue reading [PENANG HOTEL REVIEW] Staycation At Hotel Penaga | Georgetown Penang

[M’SIA TRAVELS] A Traveler’s Guide to 7 Places To Go in Ipoh | Malaysia

Nestled in the heart of Malaysia, Ipoh is a city that effortlessly combines rich history, vibrant culture, and natural beauty. From stunning murals and historic lanes to mystical cave temples and bustling flea markets, Ipoh has something for every type of traveler. In this travel guide, we’ll explore seven must-visit attractions that promise to make … Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] A Traveler’s Guide to 7 Places To Go in Ipoh | Malaysia

[TRAVEL GUIDE]A Solo Traveler’s Guide to Malaysia

One destination that should be at the top of every traveler’s bucket list is Malaysia. The Southeast Asian country is not only well-regarded for its exceptional cuisine, but it is also filled with many superb landmarks you’re unlikely to forget, such as KL Tower and Batu Caves.

[M’SIA TRAVELS] 2D1N Malacca Trip Over The Weekend

My last trip to Malacca was 2015 and time flies! I am back here again to attend my friend’s wedding. I booked my 2-way bus ticket through online at S$25.00 per ticket. If you have friends in Malacca, I would suggest you to get their help to purchase the ticket back to Singapore there. It … Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 2D1N Malacca Trip Over The Weekend

[HOTEL REVIEW] Why GOLDEN SANDS RESORT BY SHANGRI-LA is your Family Friendly Choice to stay in BATU FERRINGHI ?

I have been to Penang quite a number of times and usually spent my time in Georgetown or Bayan Lepas instead of Batu Ferringhi. So thanks to Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, my bff and I ventured to Batu Ferringhi, north shore of the tropical island of Penang during our recent trip.Apart from Shangri-La group, … Continue reading [HOTEL REVIEW] Why GOLDEN SANDS RESORT BY SHANGRI-LA is your Family Friendly Choice to stay in BATU FERRINGHI ?

[M’SIA TRAVELS] 7 FUN ACTIVITIES TO DO & SEE IN JOHOR BAHRU LIKE LOCALS

Johor is a southern state of Malaysia that is linked to Singapore by causeways. And with the recent currency exchange rates S$1 to RM3 , many enjoyed travelling over for a short gateway and one or two days trip. Johor Bahru city has its own beauty places that many have yet to explore. Even I … Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 7 FUN ACTIVITIES TO DO & SEE IN JOHOR BAHRU LIKE LOCALS