Cameron Highlands Food Guide

Steamboat is one of the local favourites among Malaysians who enjoy this type of dining for its fresh foods and hotpot of soup. In Cameron Highlands, you will be able to enjoy all types of cuisine but steamboat is one of its most popular foods here. Th …

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Sipadan Island Comprehensive Guide

Sipadan Island is very much synonymous with deep sea diving and that is what you get when you say this to anyone who is a diver (or at least dived once!). Sipadan Island or Pulau Sipadan has been a centre of attention for various reasons. Among them in …

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Holiday & Tourism in Borneo

The island of Borneo is located in South East Asia which covers an area spanning across about 740,000 kilometers square. It is home to states belonging to 2 countries here as well as the country of Brunei. There are in total almost 20 million people re …

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Significant Days celebrated by Malaysians

Besides the national and state holidays observed throughout the country, Malaysians too have other days that they celebrate throughout the year. These days are not public holidays but are significant as they are commemorated to remember the seniors and …

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Other Holidays in Malaysia

Malaysia celebrates several national public holidays each year due to its multi-cultural society. Besides its major celebrations, there are other holidays which are observed throughout the year. Labour Day Labour Day is held on the first of May each ye …

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States Holidays

There are certain festivals in Malaysia which are special days gazetted to be public holidays in the state. As there are 13 states in the country, each state will have its own set of traditions and culture which are significant to its people. As such, …

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Thaipusam

Thaipusam is a Hindu festival celebrated across the world. It is observed by people of the Tamil community both within and outside Malaysia besides Deepavali. Significant date of the Tamil calendar Thaipusam, which is known as Thaipoosam usually comes …

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National Day and Malaysia Day

Malaysia has a unique celebration of Independence. On the 31st of August each year, the country observes the National Day, otherwise known as Merdeka or Independence Day. A fortnight later on September 16th, the country observes Malaysia Day which is t …

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Christmas Day

Christmas Day is held on the 25th of November every year across the world. It is to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. This is a commemorative and symbolic date as the actual birth date is still unknown. Most significant date for Christians Christi …

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Deepavali

Deepavali is one of the several festivals observed in large scale across Malaysia by the Indian community. It is considered as one of the most sacred events of the Tamil calendar. Significant date for Indians Like other parts of the world, Deepavali is …

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