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Taj Resort

The resort nests on the Rebak Island, named after the native Rebak tree, in one of the 99 isles that make up the legendary Langkawi. Take a short 20 min drive to Port Cenang from the Langkawi airport delighting in backseat surprises (we're Continue Reading

Rawa Island Resort

Rawa Island may ring a little familiar to you, but did you know there’s only two resorts on the privately-owned island off the coast of Mersing, Johor? As opposed to the cheaper Alang Rawa Resort catered to solo travellers and backpackers, Continue Reading

Kundasang Ranau

Kundasang is a town in the district of Ranau in Sabah, Malaysia that lies along the bank of Kundasang Valley. It is located about 6 kilometres away from Kinabalu National Park, 12 kilometres from Ranau town and is renowned for its vegetable Continue Reading

Desaru Beach

Accessible from Singapore Changi International Airport and Senai International Airport in Johor, Desaru Coast is the new premium integrated destination located in the south-eastern region of Malaysia, in the state of Johor. Inspired by the azure Continue Reading

Mount Korbu

Mount Korbu is the highest peak in Titiwangsa Mountains and the second highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, standing at 2,813 meters. The distance between the two mountains approx. 2.9 KM (One hour plus journey) but not easy especially doing Continue Reading

Mount Gayong

Mount Gayong is the fourth highest mountain in the Malay Peninsula, at 2,173 metres. It can be reached in about an hour's trek from the peak of Mount Korbu, the second highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia. It ia a favourite site for mountain Continue Reading

Tanjong Jara

Tanjung Jara beach is known for its long golden sandy beach, watching across the South China Sea is not only breathtaking, but also soul soothing. No wonder it's the popular destination for the local city folks to get away from the hustle and Continue Reading

Mount Trus Madi

Mount Trusmadi or Trus Madi is second highest mountain in Borneo and Malaysia at 2,642 metres. It lies in the state of Sabah, close to Mount Kinabalu, on the island of Borneo. The mountain supports a wide range of unique flora and fauna, including Continue Reading

Mount Mulu

Mount Mulu is a sandstone and shale mountain. At 2376 m, it is the second highest mountain in the state of Sarawak, after Mount Murud. It is located within the boundaries of Gunung Mulu National Park, which is named after it. Continue Reading

Tok Bali Beach

Tok Bali is a small fishing port in Kelantan, Malaysia, located about 48 kilometres from Kota Bharu. In recent years, it has served as an alternative departure point for tourists to the Perhentian Islands. Taxi drivers are reportedly given a Continue Reading

Lojing Highland

The logging trails were the first access roads into Lojing. The early settlers were started by the Temiars beside Sungai (River) Belatop and Sungai Brooke. It was also believed that the head of an Asli family, called Ajing was the first pioneer Continue Reading

Mount Ulu Sepat

Mount Ulu Sepat as high as 2,161m above sea level is located in Tasek Temenggor, Perak. Mount Chamah and Ulu Sepat are the 5th and 7th highest mountains in Peninsular Malaysia and both in the G7 category. Trek climbing the mountains is among Continue Reading

Sun Sea

What is traveller tracking exactly and why does it matter?