Nadias Hotel is a no-frills hotel located in the busy Cenang area of Langkawi Island. It’s basic and offers a good night’s rest if you’re looking for an affordable trip to the island.
The Langkawi Chantique Resort is a quaint boutique resort located just off the stretch of Cenang Beach. It’s affordable and simple, and has a salt water pool!
With stunning cool features like the poolside durian sculpture and the ornate chandeliers; as well as the signature cocktail and delectable desserts— the ultra luxurious 5-star St Regis Langkawi impresses in more ways than one.
The Malaysian east coast town of Kuantan has got some pretty awesome seafood and local food, so if you’re exploring this part of the country, drop by and try some of its fares.
The Jawi Peranakan Mansion is one of the heritage colonial mansions in Georgetown that has been restored to its former glory and turned into a boutique hotel. Located in Hutton Lane, it is inspired by the Mughal Indian designs.
Pulau Sibu is one of Peninsular Malaysia’s most southern east-coast islands with beautiful secluded beaches and lush jungles. It is a relatively unknown island– so here’s a list of basic information to help you plan your holiday!
The relaxing vibe of the Sea Gypsy Village Resort on Pulau Sibu makes it a wonderful place to get away for a little while. Imagine waking up to the sound of the ocean and the soft gentle sea breeze.
Who can resist the lure of a historical quaint hotel with pretty casuarina trees? It’s the Lone Pine Hotel along Penang’s Batu Ferringhi coast.
Imagine a waterfall that has a permanent rainbow at its base for a few hours in the morning. I found it near the old mining town of Sungai Lembing– the Rainbow Waterfall.
The Time Capsule Retreat is a new concept resort nestled between lush greenery in Sungai Lembing. What makes the retreat unique is the unconventional rooms– concrete pipe cylinder rooms and container rooms.
I was on a solo trip for just a day, and the one thing I wanted to explore was the food scene. So I based myself in the old part of the city, and stuffed myself silly!
To keep up with the growing numbers of hotels and resorts in Malaysia– I thought that I’d list down the key ones that will be opening in 2016. Time to plan that staycation!
The Hard Rock Hotel Penang is one of the more prominent resorts along the Batu Ferringhi stretch of coastal road– after all, who can miss its signature purple sign? With its 80’s rock and roll theme, you’ll feel like a rockstar.
The Lexis Hibiscus is a recent addition to the many resorts in Port Dickson. It stands out for its beautifully positioned villas that make out the shape of a hibiscus over the waters of the Straits of Malacca.
My second time back in Tenggol Island for another round of diving. There were many sites I missed the first time round– so I decided to head back to explore some more!
Georgetown has one of the most well-preserved collection of historical and cultural buildings– so on my visit to Penang, I spent a day exploring and getting to know some of the buildings in this historical area.