Coming to MIFF offers you a chance to leisurely explore this beautiful country for that truly Asian experience.
The Scenery of Langkawi
Langkawi offers breathtaking scenery with its beautiful beaches, crystal clear water, incred…
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Langkawi offers breathtaking scenery with its beautiful beaches, crystal clear water, incredibly fine sand, and coastal mangrove swamps. Although Langkawi is recognised as one of the most beautiful islands in the world, it will never let you feel that you are visiting a crowded tourist area. If you are looking forward to a break from city life by venturing into a beautiful jungle, gorgeous beaches, and a world of fantastic sightseeing, Langkawi offers you more than what you could ask for.
For a 'shop-till-you-drop' experience, this duty-free island also offers you a lot to select from - Langkawi Mall, Langkawi Fair Shopping Complex, and Jetty Point Duty Free Complex. Famous beaches to swim in and explore include Cenang Beach, Kok Beach, and Burau Bay Beach, all located at the west coast. Dayang Bunting island offers you the experience of Langkawi's stunning views.
Perak, Truly a World of Wonders
In June 2016, Lonely Planet named Ipoh as the 6th best place to visit in Asia. An inscriptio…
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In June 2016, Lonely Planet named Ipoh as the 6th best place to visit in Asia. An inscription such as this from Lonely Planet sheds light on Ipoh as not just a cozy old town, but also a great place to visit and experience the life of the local people here. And in 2017, Lonely Planet listed the entire state of Perak as the 9th of 10 Top Regions in the World to visit in 2017.
Explore all the wondrous attractions in Perak, the second largest state in Peninsular Malaysia. Known as the Land of Grace is prized by natural tropical beauty and rich in a history of culture. Not to forget the uniqueness of Perak's natural beauty from the white sandy beaches and amazing underwater treasures, to the magnificent caves that dates back thousands of years and natural rainforest that goes back even millions of years.
Where nature, culture, delicious food and warm people will take you through a journey to ancient caves, pristine beaches and international heritage.
Sabah, the Best of Borneo Island
Situated on the beautiful island of Borneo, Sabah is one of the thirteen states which Malays…
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Situated on the beautiful island of Borneo, Sabah is one of the thirteen states which Malaysia is made of. Sabah is the second largest state in Malaysia and shares the island of Borneo with Sarawak, Brunei, and Indonesian Kalimantan.
Sabah is richly blessed with nature diversity, unique cultures, fun adventure, beautiful beaches, and fantastic cuisines for the adventurous taste buds. They have it all, from the world's largest flower - the Rafflesia, one of the highest mountains in South East Asia - Mount Kinabalu, to one of the world's top dive sites - Sipadan Island. Sabah is also known for her great natural treasures which include the world-renowned Danum Valley Conservation Area and Tabin which is Sabah's largest wildlife reserve.
Not only will you be amazed by the places to see and things to do here, you will also be treated with unique Sabahan hospitality. Explore the unique culture and tradition of Sabah and get ready to experience sweet memories to last a lifetime!
Explore the Possibilities in Pahang
Explore the possibilities in Pahang, the largest state in Peninsula Malaysia. Located in the…
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Explore the possibilities in Pahang, the largest state in Peninsula Malaysia. Located in the center of the Peninsula, Pahang boasts around 210 kilometers of splendid South China Sea coastline on its eastern flank and a mountainous-forested inferior.
Ancient Tropicale Rain Forests estimated to be around 130 million years old dominate its hinterlands and the best place to discover its magic is none other than the Taman Negara or the National Park. Five of Malaysian's major hill resorts are located in the state, namely Cameron Highlands, Genting Highlands, Fraser's Hill, Bukit Tinggi, and Janda Baik. So is the highest peak in Peninsula Malaysia, Gunung Tahan which stands at 2,187 meters above the sea level.
Pahang offers you an adventure of a different indeed. It has a couple of international holiday resorts that sit pretty on the hills enveloped by the world's oldest Tropical Rain Forest. The more adventerous would surely be spoilt for choice with activities ranging from bird watching to white water rafting and four-wheel drive adventure to big game fishing. Even the picturesque fishing villages dotting its coastline would invite the photographer in you to search for those perfect postcard pictures.
The most popular island, Tioman Island is also located in Pahang. This island is specially featured on wonderful diving and snorkeling activities. For the nightlife, there are numerous nice bars available in Tioman Island. Moreover, Tioman is a duty- free island. Hence, products are normally cheaper than other places.
Melaka, World Heritage City
Melaka is one of the most popular tourist destinations within Malaysia. Every evening the fa…
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Melaka is one of the most popular tourist destinations within Malaysia. Every evening the famous Jonker Street night market is buzzing with tourists from all over the world. In 2008 UNESCO listed Malacca as World Heritage Site. Besides the many beautiful historical sites Malacca is also well known for its great food. Everywhere that you look you will find places to eat; experts claim the best local dishes in Malaysia originate from Melaka.
The Perhentian Islands
The Perhentian Islands consists of two islands with endless stretches of palm-lined beaches,…
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The Perhentian Islands consists of two islands with endless stretches of palm-lined beaches, clear water sea and coral reefs. The lush rain forest on the island is just an ideal for jungle trekking. Ping Anchorage package will offer you snorkelling trip with mask, snorkel and float to explore the reefs.
Located at South China Sea east coast of Malaysia, the Perhentian group of islands consists of Perhentian Besar and Perhentian Kecil. Situated 108 km from Kuala Terengganu (1.5 Hours) and 54 km from Kota Bharu (1 Hours). The boat journey of about 30 minute by speedboat and 1.5 hours by slow boat. Pulau Perhentian promises interesting holidays destination with white sandy beach, jungle interior and interesting diving are a sure combination to attract the diver and non-diver. Best month for diving is between March to September. Dive equipment is readily available for rent at almost all dive centres.
Situated 20 km off the coast of Terengganu, the Perhentian group of islands comprises of Pulau Perhentian Besar, Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Pulau Rawa, Pulau Serenggeh, Pulau Susu Dara Besar and Pulau Susu Dara Kecil.
The Pearls of Penang
Delve into an exciting world of beauty with a visit to Penang. Locally known as 'Pearl Islan…
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Delve into an exciting world of beauty with a visit to Penang. Locally known as 'Pearl Island' or 'Pulau Mutiara,' Penang is one of the most visited locations in Malaysia. It offers an assorted mix of cultural diversity and cuisines to savour. It not only offers visitors mesmerising beaches, but the food and cozy atmosphere of this place are also worth falling in love with.
Every year, thousands of visitors come to Penang in order to experience a unique blend of gorgeous scenery and historical attractions dotted all across the island. Penang offers an abundance of rich heritage that would feed the wanderlust in anyone...
The second busiest city in Malaysia after Kuala Lumpur, Penang also is very cosmopolitan. The island gives you plenty to see - Georgetown, Fort Cornwallis, the Reclining Buddha, and Gurney Drive.
Penang's capital and the largest city in the state, Georgetown, is a big attraction especially to the historically inclined. Dubbed as a 'living historic city', Georgetown was named after United Kingdom's King George III. It's inner city is home to unique colonial architecture that were built during British rule over the Straits Settlements (Penang, Singapore and Malacca). Mixed with Chinese shophouses, five foot ways and places of worship of various religions, the unique architectural and cultural backdrop that make up Georgetown today cannot be found anywhere else, making it deserve the UNESCO World Heritage Site title.
Gateway to Adventure Trips in Sarawak
Sarawak, also known as 'The Land of Hornbills' is located on the island of Borneo, the third…
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Sarawak, also known as 'The Land of Hornbills' is located on the island of Borneo, the third largest island in the world, north of the Equator. With its beautiful blue skies and tropical breezes you can bathe in the sandy beaches and palm-fringed state of Sarawak. Strong primeval forces and tribal traditions still resonates in every corner of Sarawak, from longhouses to the majestic highlands, from nostalgic city alley-ways to vibrant rivers that runs through the lavish splurge of rainforest canopies, it is a refuge for wildlife and home to 27 ethnic groups each with its own language and culture.
This third largest island in the world is seeped in old-world charm. Vast cave networks, limestone needles and stunning pinnacles of the Mulu National Park (Malaysia's first UNESCO World Heritage Site), the vast expanse of virgin rainforests in the Bako National Park, buildings dating back to the days of White Rajahs in a city of native allure and colonial charm, Kuching. Sarawak endowed with the world's richest and most diverse ecosystem.
If adventure had a home, it would be the vast wilderness. Grand, green, awesome! Like no other place on earth. If adventure had a home, it would be filled with the friendliest people on earth. People of different races, religions and cultures. If adventure had a home, it would be here when one arrives as a guest and leaves as family. If adventure had a home, its home would be Sarawak. Come and explore the vast wild home of adventure. Sarawak, where adventure lives.
Quaint Hideaway at Rawa Island, Johor
Rawa Island located in Johor is 16km off the coast of Mersing, 20 minutes of riding by boat …
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Rawa Island located in Johor is 16km off the coast of Mersing, 20 minutes of riding by boat from the jetty. This island is actually owned by the family of the Johor Sultanate. This quiet island is famous for its white coral sand, tall palm trees and coral reefs with neon-coloured fish and other exotic marine life. In contrast with other islands in Malaysia, one of the specialties in Rawa Island is the facility of Water Slides Snorkeling. Other activities such as ferry boat service, beach volleyball, canoeing and etc. This is a perfect getaway for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
Hidden Gems of Selangor
Selangor is the most developed state in Malaysia. It is completely surrounds the Federal Ter…
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Selangor is the most developed state in Malaysia. It is completely surrounds the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur. For those who seek it, Selangor offers many fascinating and scenic destinations in the country and definitely a great state to explore.
Top attractions in Selangor are a mix of urban and nature activities and it is easily reachable within an hour or two's driving from Kuala Lumpur. Drive outside of the city area to explore the hidden gems of Selangor – the lush green vegetation that varies with the landscape and topography – from the coastal mangroves and verdant tropical rainforest right down to the charming fishing villages that dot the coastline, such as Sekinchan, Tanjung Sepat, Pulau Carey and Pulau Ketam. These fishing villages provide a unique home stay experience, especially for those who love fishing.
If you're planning your journey to Kuala Selangor, head over to Sasaran Beach, a secret island in Malaysia described as a “mirror in the sky”. It is located in a small town called Sasaran, Selangor. Sasaran Beach is known as Malaysia version of Salar de Uyuni, a popular salt flat in Bolivia but without the salt lumps. This mysterious island appears only twice a month which are during new moon and full moon. People visit Sasaran Beach to have picture perfect scenery and observe the rare phenomenon.