5 Reasons You Have To Travel Alone

Do you travel alone before? No matter what your answer is, you have to get this experience in your life. Travel always brings us to another comfort zone or know another self. Let’s see why we have to travel alone in your life.

1.Become Stronger

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You can only rely on yourself. Learn how to arrange your route, meal or stay even plan B. You will get more challenges when you travel alone but don’t worry you will fix it well.

2.Freedom

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We always look for freedom. You can wake up freedom, eat what you like, go where you love. Enjoy your time without any disturbance, feel the taste of freedom.

3.Dare To Try

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You will have time to explore the place or observe the culture when you travel alone. Start to have a conversation with strangers or invite someone to have dinner with you. Everything will happen and maybe change your personality too.

4.Know Yourself

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No excuse, no burden. Just plan a lovely trip which you are interested in such as lie on a beach a whole day or join a local cooking class. Do whatever you want and enjoy your day.

5.Learn To Cherish

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When you travel alone, you will have a lot of time to know yourself and figure out the life you want. Cherish every moment and the person you meet. Start to have positive thinking each moment has its value.

Start to plan your trip now and always willing to accept. Feel free to share with us your experience below the comment.

5 things to do in Desaru

To have adventure, splashing, nature and relax experience in one place? Desaru would be a good choice to you. Here you can experience adventurous activities, interact with animals, learning some history of fishermen, fulfilling your taste bud with fruits and relax your mind and anxious by walking besides the beach.

Adventure Waterpark at Desaru Coast

Adventure Waterpark at Desaru Coast
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Have a splash in one of the world’s largest water park in Desaru, Johor. The Adventure Water park at Desaru Coast provides you a best place to cool down from the tropical and humid weather. Other than the splash, here you could experience different kinds of rides that challenge your fear and give you excitement.

Location: 1.5380526,104.2606745
Entrance Fee: 
Regular: Adult RM151 Child RM113
With Mykad: Adult RM94 Child RM70
Operating Hours: Daily 10am to 6pm

Desaru Beach

Desaru Beach
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When you come to Desaru, do not miss the Desaru Beach. You could plan this attraction at 6-8pm to watch the maleficent sunset at the time and enjoy the comfy sea breeze, soft and whity sand when you walk around. Here you can have activities like fishing, swimming, hiking and boating. 

Location: 1.5462398,104.2498109
How to Get There: From Johor Bahru, use the Johor Bahru–Kota Tinggi trunk road (45km). From Mersing town, use the Mersing–Kota Tinggi trunk road. From the North–South Expressway, exit at Pasir Gudang interchange (Exit 256). From Kota Tinggi, it is another 57km to Desaru.

Recommended Homestay in Desaru : Arcadia Desaru
Hotel: TROVE

Desaru Fruit Farm

Desaru Fruit Farm
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When you visit the fruit farm, you will get to brief the agriculture professionals about all the techniques and equipment that are used in the fruit  farm. If you visit the farm, you will also get a pack of tropical fruits planted in the farm for free and try some of the free samples that are available there. Besides you could also purchase the fruits on the spot or through phone and online order if you want to.

Location: 1.5839082,104.1913516
Entrance Fee: Adult RM18/ Child RM12 (Min. 4 people)
Operation Hour: Daily 9am to 7pm

Tanjung Balau Fishermen Museum 

Tanjung Balau Fishermen Museum
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Tanjung Balau Fishermen Museum is also called Muzium Nelayan in Malay and has operated since 1992. Here you could learn the traditional life of fishermen, including the superstitions they followed to ensure a safe trip, the types of boats and rafts they used, their equipment such as nets, tackle and tools. Besides, it also has one gallery that is interesting, the Desaru Shipwreck Gallery. This gallery provides information and stories on wrecks in the area.

Location: 1.6134584,104.2560123
Entrance Fee: Adult RM4

Operation Hour: Daily 9am-6pm

Desaru Ostrich Farm

Ostrich Farm Desaru
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Have a close interaction with the largest bird in the world! Looks scary? Don’t be afraid. They are one of the cutest creatures in the world, sometimes they are shy, sometimes they are friendly, but the whole time they are cute! You could feed the ostriches and touch them gently and there will be caretakers to lead you on a tour and explain to you the stories about ostrich. At here, you could also have a chance to see the baby ostrich, ostrich egg and try to stand on the eggs!

Location: 1.368874,104.2393249
Entrance Fee:  RM20 for adults and RM15 for kids
Operation Hours: Farm open from 10.00am to 6.00pm

Recommended Homestay in Desaru : Arcadia Desaru
Hotel: TROVE

5 Things to do in Cameron Highland

Cameron Highland is also one of the best places to escape from the warm and humid weather in Malaysia. With the cold weather up there, you could enjoy going around all the places without getting sweat. Isn’t it lovely? Slow down your steps and feel the natural atmosphere and beauty here to heal your soul and relax your mind.

Tour at the Boh Tea Plantation

Boh Plantation
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The Boh Tea Plantation had provided a good spot to visit and take instagrammable photos, you could also find delicious cakes and teas as high tea to fill your afternoon leisure time with the view of mountains at the Boh Cafe. You could also find Nasi Lemak Cake, several types of teas  here. Other than that, you could also visit the factory and get to know how the Boh tea is being produced. Tips: the view on top of the Boh Tea Plantation is priceless. 

Location: 4.5168624,101.412743

Feel the natural beauty in Mossy Forest

Mossy Forest

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The new attraction spot, Mossy Forest in Cameron Highland is also worth a visit. It is a place that is like a Worldly Paradise. You could find rare wild plants here, like the wild lily, nepenthes, and the mossy inside would make you feel you are not in Malaysia, but a place like heaven. You could even have a chance to find rafflesia, the World’s largest flower in the Mossy Forest. Here would also be the best spot to take instagrammable photos, OOTD and also wedding photos. The enchanting view and atmosphere will give you an illusion that you are in paradise.

Location: 4.5242225,101.3797384

Entrance Fee: 

Malaysian: Adult RM10 Child under 12 RM5

Foreigner: Adult RM30 Child under 12 RM5

How to get there: you could drive by yourself with a 4WD along the pathway, or go with a tour guide that you could book reservations in hotels. 

Pasar Malam/ Pasar Pagi in Cameron Highland

Pasar Malam/Pasar pagi in Cameron highland
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At the Pasar Malam and Pasar Pagi in Cameron Highlands, you could find the freshest vegetables and fruits. Besides, you could also find a lot of snacks inside, like sugar-coated fruits, chocolate-coated fruits, steamed sweet potatoes, and so on. For me, the favorite would be buying a box of strawberries and a pack of honey sticks and eating them together, it would make the strawberries much nicer than eating it alone. Strawberries and honey are the perfect matches. The steamed sweet potatoes here are also worth a try, having warm steamed sweet potatoes in the cold weather could heal your soul instantly.

Pasar Malam Golden Hill: 4.4876162,101.3708972 

Pasar Pagi Kea Farm: 4.5035801,101.404801

Ee Feng Gu Bee farm

Bee Farm
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In this farm, you’ll be able to see more than just honey. Royal jelly and pollen are also the products of this farm and they are constantly in demand in Malaysia. Be sure to visit one of the well known Pahang attractions when you’re in Cameron Highlands. It provides great information about the bees, how honey and other products are processed and a beautiful complimenting landscape.

Location: 4.508863,101.4064863

Strawberry farm

Strawberry Farm
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There are several strawberry farms in Cameron Highlands, you could visit any one of them to experience picking strawberries by yourself. In a strawberry farm, you could pick the strawberries directly from the plant, to make sure the strawberries are fresh enough. Other than that, you could also find foods and beverages that are made by strawberries in those farms, some of them would be unique and special that couldn’t be found elsewhere. 

See more places to visit in Malaysia: 8 Most Worth Visiting Places in Malaysia
Recommended Place to live while traveling to Cameron Highlands: Golden Hills, IRIS, Quintet Residences

8 Most Worth Visiting Places in Malaysia

Air fares is too high? Time is not enough to travel overseas? Want a short getaway in weekends or long weekends? Why don’t you have a look on places that are worth visiting in Malaysia? Some of them could provided you travel experience that similar to overseas too! Have a look on it and plan for your weekend!

  1. Penang
Penang Malaysia
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Best place to go in Malaysia would be Penang with no question if you are a lover of tradition and heritage. Also, don’t forget about the unique food in Penang! The Penang Prawn Mee, White Curry Mee, Mee Jawa, Duck Meat Kuey Teow and Pasembur would make your trip unforgettable with the unique and delicious taste that you hardly find in another place. 

Location: 5.4059643,100.2624824

  1. Cameron Highlands – Pahang
Cameron Highland Malaysia
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Cameron Highland is also one of the best places to escape from the warm and humid weather in Malaysia. The Boh Tea Plantation had provided a good spot to visit and take instagrammable photos, you could also find delicious cakes and teas as high tea to fill your afternoon leisure time with the view of mountains. The new attraction spot in Cameron Highland is also worth a visit. You could find rare wild plants here, like wild lily, nepenthes, and the mossy inside would make you feel you are not in Malaysia, but a place like heaven.

Location: 4.4697797,101.3302236

  1. Kota Kinabalu – Sabah
Kota Kinabalu Malaysia
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Mount Kinabalu is one of the highest mountains in the world, ranked 20th highest mountain in SouthEast Asia. To climb up to the top of the mountain, it could take you up to 2 or 3 days. The view up there is priceless when you see it in reality. Other than Kota Kinabalu Mount, the Sipadan Island and Mabul Island located near also worth a visit for the whity sand beaches and crystal clear water. The islands are also the best spot to do snorkelling and scuba diving activities.

Location: 

Mount Kinabalu: 5.9961432,116.0254812

Mabul Island: 4.2459793,118.6286263

Sipadan Island: 4.114761,118.6265028

  1. Desaru – Johor
Desaru Malaysia
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Desaru’s beaches are the best in Johor, 25 kilometers long beaches with clean, white sandy that would absolutely catch your eyes and provide soft that sink to your toes. Here you can have activities like fishing, swimming, hiking and boating. Also, it is one of the best spots to watch the sunset in Johor.

Location: 1.5402992,104.2593008

  1. Perhentian Island – Terengganu
Perhentian Island Malaysia
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Pulau Perhentian is one of the most beautiful islands in Malaysia, and it consists of two islands: Pulau Perhentian Besar & Pulau Perhentian Kecil. You could discover the magnificent marine life here, with the crystal clear water.

Location: 5.9093153,102.7129752

See also: 5 Best Beaches in Malaysia & How to Get There

Bukit Tinggi – Pahang

Bukit Tinggi Malaysia
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Bukit Tinggi Highlands is located 2500 ft above the sea level in Pahang. The cold weather up there makes it a best spot to escape from the warm and humid Malaysian climate. Besides,  the place offers a quiet stay in the picturesque stylish resort besides providing a fun eco-recreational activity for nature lovers and adventure seekers that is surrounded by the tropical lush rainforest .

Location: 3.3957567,101.8278424

See also: 4 best things to do in Bukit Tinggi

  1. Batu Caves – Kuala Lumpur
Batu Caves Malaysia
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The Batu Caves is the Southeast Asia Mainland’s largest limestone hill and the one and only one natural exposure of limestone in the territory of Kuala Lumpur. Batu Caves contains lots of attractions that are full of Indian Culture that are worth exploring and good for photo shooting. Batu Caves consists of 3 caves in it, known as the Valluvar Kottam, Art Gallery and also the Ramayana Cave. 

Location: 3.2374599,101.6817347

See also: Discover the Mystery Indian Culture @ Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur

  1. Kuching – Sarawak
Kuching Malaysia
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The City of Cats in Malaysia, Kuching means cat in Malay language. The City is obsessed with cats and it is the capital and most populous city in the state of Sarawak. Here you could find the unique Sarawak Culture Village, where you could learn all of the different indigenious groups that live in this part of Malaysia. As the City of Cats, the place you should not miss in Kuching will be the Cat Museum. Make your way to the Cat Museum where you will learn all about the historical and cultural significance of these felines with over 2,000 cat-related exhibits on show.

Location: 1.6185192,110.1859807

Discover the Mystery Indian Culture @ Batu Caves

The Batu Caves is the Southeast Asia Mainland’s largest limestone hill and the one and only one natural exposure of limestone in the territory of Kuala Lumpur. Batu Caves contains lots of attractions that are full of Indian Culture that are worth exploring and good for photo shooting. Batu Caves consists of 3 caves in it, known as the Valluvar Kottam, Art Gallery and also the Ramayana Cave. 

272 steps of rainbow stairway

Batu Caves
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The newly revamped stairway with radiant colour in 2018 would lighten up your day when you once see it. After it is painted, the stairway becomes one of the best places to take an instagrammable photo that attracts more visitors. The 272 steps of stairways leading to the entrance of the Sri Subramaniar Swamy Temple inside.

Temple in the cave – Sri Subramaniar Swamy Temple 

Sri Subramaniar Swamy Temple
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Sri Subramaniar Swamy Temple is the temple which is located inside the cave. There are many devotees doing prayers during the day time. The Temple is full of artistic decorations and statues with colourful paintings. Tourists could have an unique experience which is following the devotees to see how they do their prayers, and if you want to, you can get a tour guide to explain the history and stories about the temple and the caves to you when entering the caves. 

The Lord Murugan Statue – Largest Statue 

Murugan Statue
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The Lord Murugan statue was the tallest in the world with a height of 42.7m making the Batu Caves become a sacred landmark for Hindu devotees in the country and also one of the hottest tourism spots in Kuala Lumpur. Lord Murugan is the Hindu God of War and Victory, also named Kartikeya, Skanda, Kumara, and Subrahmanya. He is also the son of Parvati and Shiva, brother of Ganesha. He is also a god whose life story has many versions in Hinduism. If you are interested and want to know more about Lord Murugan’s stories, you could get a tour guide when you are visiting the Batu Caves. 

Best time to visit – Thaipusam Festival

Thaipusam
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Thaipusam are observed each year in January or February according to the Tamil Calendar. Thaipusam is an annual celebration of thanksgiving and paying penance to the Hindu deity Lord Subramanian and it is celebrated by the city’s Indian community. While in the Thaipusam Festival, you could see many devotees carrying the Kavadi, a decorated structure bearing the image of several deities including Lord Murugan on their shoulders and also pal kodum, which is milk pots carried above their heads. One of the most interestings would be there will be some Indians piercing their skin, tongue or cheeks with Vel Skewers, and also hanging hooks on their back. 

The Dark Cave

The Dark Cave
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Beside Batu Caves, there is one other interesting attraction that is worth a tour. The Dark Cave used to be a shelter for the indigenous people, just like the Batu Caves. Today, the cave is a protected area and it shelters bats, insects, living organisms and some other living things. It is suitable for those who like adventures, but there will be a tour guide to lead you up because it is really dark inside. Normally the tour would be around 1 hour, but if you wanted to have a deep tour, it has a 3 hours tour that is available. 

Recommended Stays: Alila, Arte Plus, Regalia Residences, Vivo Seputeh

Things to aware in Batu Caves

Absolutely would be the monkeys. With no questions. 

Do not mess with the monkeys in Batu Caves could help to save your day.

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Don’t think the monkeys in Batu Caves are cute, fluffy and friendly to play with. Take care with your belongings and bags, DO NOT try to touch them, keep food out of sight and remain calm and quiet when the monkeys approach you or, you will get attacked. They will chase after you to snatch food on your hand, attack you when they feel they are being threatened.

Operating hours:  7.00am – 8.30pm

Entrance Fee: FREE Admission

Location: 3.2374599,101.6817347

Getting there: 

By Car or Taxi

Batu Caves is accessible by car or taxi as it is situated beside the main highway of MRR2 in Batu Caves area. If you are driving to Batu Caves, there will be a large parking site provided with RM2/per entry.

KTM Komuter

There is also the KTM Komuter train service from KL Sentral to Batu Caves.

Monorail and Bus

From KL Sentral, take the monorail service to Titiwangsa station. Alight here and take the bus to Batu Caves.

Contact: 

Batu Caves Temple Management Office

+603 – 6189 6284

Dark Cave, Batu Caves

+603 – 6186 7011

Email:

info@cave-management.com.

5 best beaches in Malaysia & How to Get There

Known for its natural beauties like rainforests, wild animals, and vibrant cities, Malaysia is also home to some of the most interesting beaches in Asia. If you are seeking a tropical paradise that is with crystal clear water, soft white sand, and less crowd, beaches in Malaysia would be one of the best choices. Check out the 5 best beaches in Malaysia and have a vacation on holiday!

Perhentian Island

Perhentian Island
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Pulau Perhentian is one of the most beautiful islands in Malaysia, and it consists of two islands: Pulau Perhentian Besar & Pulau Perhentian Kecil. You could discover the magnificent marine life here, with the crystal clear water. Here, snorkeling is highly recommended to explore the world under the sea. If you are scuba divers, Pulau Perhentian could be a real paradise for you as it has crystal clear waters and deep sunlight penetrating. Try the kayaking activity too if you have time to spare, you could rent a kayak to paddle around the island.

Location: 5.9092299,102.7129753

How to get there: Get to the Kuala Bersut Jetty by road, you could either go by bus, shuttle or self-drive, then get on the boat at the jetty to proceed to the Perhentian Island. If you could not directly get to the jetty, you could first get to Kuala Terengganu or Jerteh, then only proceed to Kuala Bersut Jetty. 

Ferry Fees: RM30 – RM 35 (Adult)

Desaru

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Desaru’s beaches are the best in Johor, 25 kilometers long beaches with clean, white sandy that would absolutely catch your eyes and provide soft that sink to your toes. Here you can have activities like fishing, swimming, hiking, and boating. Here are not recommended for snorkeling and divings, as the depth is not suitable for the activities that require deep sea. It is also one of the best spots to watch the sunset in Johor.

Location: 1.5462398,104.2498109

How to Get There: From Johor Bahru, use the Johor Bahru–Kota Tinggi trunk road (45km). From Mersing town, use the Mersing–Kota Tinggi trunk road. From the North–South Expressway, exit at Pasir Gudang interchange (Exit 256). From Kota Tinggi, it is another 57km to Desaru.

Recommended Homestay in Desaru : Arcadia Desaru

Hotel: TROVE

  1. Mabul Island
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Mabul Island is located just a 15 minutes speed boat away from Sipadan Island. Mabul Island is well known for it is one of the best muck diving sites in the world.  It is also the best spot for underwater photographers, a dream location to capture rarest ecological species. There, you could have a chance to find some of the spectacular critters like flamboyant cuttlefish, blue-ringed octopus, frogfish, moray eels, and spake-fin gobbies. 

Location: 4.2457841,118.6293532

How to Get There: You could book a flight to Tawau, the town that nearest to Mabul Island. Then, take a taxi or minivan to Semporna Jetty and the distance may take up to 75/90 minutes. From Semporna Jetty, you would have a 35 – 45 minutes boat ride to reach Mabul Island. 

  1. Tioman Island
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Pulau Tioman is one of South East Asia’s most beautiful travel spots. It is also one of the duty-island that you could purchase things cheaper from other places. Other than shopping, it also attracts tourists through its warm beaches, lovely seas with clear water and green lushes. It is also a place that is good for scuba diving and snorkeling, with the immediate waters abundant with coral reefs and marine lives at the marine park. FYI, Pulau Tioman also consists of 8 villages inside!

Recommended place to live when you  are in Pulau Tioman: Tunamaya Beach & Spa Resort

Location: 2.8064804,104.1002939

How to Get There

From Kuala Lumpur, use North-South Highway and head south towards Johor Bahru. Turn off the Ayer Hitam exit and drive towards Kluang, which will pass through Kahang and isolated rainforests. Follow the signboards to Mersing and you should arrive in four or five hours, over a distance of 400 km. If you have a map and do your homework, trunk roads are a good alternative which will evade all toll costs.

Bluewater Express runs the main ferry service from Mersing, accompanied by smaller operations during peak months between February and December. There are generally three rides (once during monsoon season) per day, from 7am to 4pm. The trip takes about two to three hours depending on tidal conditions and wind speeds, with the ferry making a stop at every village except Mukut, Juara and Nipah.

Langkawi

Langkawi
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Pulau Langkawi is also a duty-free island, if you want to purchase duty-free alcohol, cigarettes, and chocolates, this would be the best place for your vacation. Yet, nature lovers should not miss this place too, the powder-shine sand and the crystal clear waters also provide best diving or snorkeling opportunities. Another attraction in Pulau Langkawi would be the Langkawi Sky Bridge is a 125 metre-long curved pedestrian bridge that offers an exhilarating (and sometimes terrifying) view of the verdant Gunung Mat Cincang, Telaja Tujuh waterfalls, and several islets surrounding Langkawi. 

Location: 6.3662246,99.6375837

How to Get There: You can take a train from KL Sentral to Alor Setar (cost RM 40 – 75 pax. takes about 4 hrs 30 mins) and from there you can head to Kuala Kedah pier. From Kuala Kedah pier take a ferry to Langkawi. Take a bus from Kuala Lumpur (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) to Kuala Perlis from where you can take a ferry to Langkawi. Thus, you could also get there by flight.

4 Best Things to Do in Bukit Tinggi

Bukit Tinggi Highlands is located 2500 ft above the sea level in Pahang. The cold weather up there makes it a best spot to escape from the warm and humid Malaysian climate. Besides, Bukit Tinggi offers a quiet stay in the picturesque stylish resort besides providing a fun eco-recreational activity for nature lovers and adventure seekers that is surrounded by the tropical lush rainforest.

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14 Places to Visit in Kuala Lumpur for 3D2N

Places to visit in Kuala Lumpur
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School holiday is around the corner, let’s have a short getaway in Kuala Lumpur to relax and have a good time with family and friends! To avoid traffic jams that might drag our precious travelling time, places that are reachable by public transport would be the best spot to travel. Let us have a look on where are the places to visit in Kuala Lumpur in 2020 ~

Continue reading “14 Places to Visit in Kuala Lumpur for 3D2N”

Romantic Homestay To Spend Your Valentine’s Day.

If you forgot what 14th February meant, you may get into trouble. Don’t miss this date out, make a plan to surprise your lover now. Homestay is a good idea for you to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your lover. Here are the homestay recommended.

1. Eko Cheras

Eko Cheras, Kuala Lumpur by Cobnb

This homestay nearby Taman Mutiara MRT Station. The homestay comes with luxurious interior design and pretty decoration, very suitable for a sweet dating with your lover. Eko Cheras unit contained a large French window, you are able to enjoy the candle dinner in front of the French window with your lover. Also, Eko Cheras has a series of facilities for you and your lover to enjoy the beautiful moment, like the city view swimming pool, gym room, and sauna room. 

Address: NO 693, BATU, 5, JALAN CHERAS, 56000 KUALA LUMPUR

Booking Website:https://www.studiobnb.com.my/eko-cheras-kuala-lumpur-by-cobnb/

2. Arte Plus

Arte Plus, Kuala Lumpur by Cobnb

Arte Plus is located in Ampang area.  The facilities inside are Insta-worthy. For a special moment, capture the special photo in the light garden is a good idea. Don’t forget to prepaid a nice Camera also. Also, feel free to enjoy your lover’s world, because the homestay is enough away from noise and traffic congestion.  

Address: NO.3, JALAN AMPANG, KAMPUNG BEREMBANG, 55000 KUALA LUMPUR, WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN KUALA LUMPUR , KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

Booking Website:https://www.studiobnb.com.my/arte-plus-kuala-lumpur-by-cobnb/

3.Vivo Seputeh

Vivo Seputeh, Kuala Lumpur by Cobnb

Vivo Seputeh homestay had strategically located at Old Klang Road. You can easy to buy some chocolates, rose, or a special gift for your special one, because this homestay nearby Mid Valley and The Garden Mall. Also, this homestay provides a series of facilities for you, like swimming pool, gym room, BBQ equipment and so on. You can enjoy with your lover.

Address: JALAN 2/110A, PETALING LAMA, 58100 KUALA LUMPUR, WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN KUALA LUMPUR

Booking website:https://www.studiobnb.com.my/vivo-seputeh-kuala-lumpur-by-cobnb/

4.Gateway Premium

Gateway Premium, Kuala Lumpur by Cobnb

Shopping mall’s cinema is noisy and there are many limitations for you? Why not stay in the two worlds. Gateway Premium offers Netflix for you free to enjoy. You can enjoy any movie and anytime you want, without any disturbance in the homestay. Also, this homestay is only 4 minutes away from Mid Valley Megamall, you can go to the shopping mall to grab some food and presents for your other half.

Address: KERINCHI, 59200 KUALA LUMPUR, FEDERAL TERRITORY OF KUALA LUMPUR

Booking website:https://www.studiobnb.com.my/gateway-premium-kuala-lumpur-by-cobnb/

5.Alila

Alila, Kuala Lumpur by Cobnb

There is a link bridge from the building to Bangsar LRT station, you no need to worry about the rainy or sundae weather anymore. Also, this homestay is decorated with a warm and cosy design, very suitable for couples to stay. Feel free to spend a sweet moment inside.

Address: NO.58, JALAN ANG SENG, BRICKFIELDS, 50470 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIABooking

Website: https://www.studiobnb.com.my/alila-kuala-lumpur-by-cobnb/

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5 Snack Food Restaurants In Eko Cheras

Are you a snack lover?  Here are several snack restaurants that you must try in Eko Cheras. 

1.Devil Chicken Malaysia

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When you see the black devil logo, you have arrived at the Devil Chicken shop. The famous fried chicken in Taiwan night market, you can enjoy it at Eko Cheras now. The crispy crust and juicy chicken are a perfect combination, you can’t stop when you have your first bite. They use their own secret receipt to cook the fried chicken.

2.Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks

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If fried chicken is not your thing, you can try Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks. This restaurant does not only offer XXL crispy chicken but also the Taiwanese tasty snack like crispy floss egg crepe. If you are Taiwan snack lover, this may be your paradise.

3.Mykori Dessert Cafe 

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We have been eating ABC shaved ice for all this while, it is time for a change. How about Kakigori? Kakigori is the name of a premium shaved ice dessert in Japan. Mykori cafe offers various flavour of Kakigori like watermelon Kakigori, mango cheese Kakigori, and so on. Why not get yourself a fresh breeze in the hot weather.

4.Aboong

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Aboong is originated from the Korean sound of “아붕”. It serves the fish-shaped waffle cone with frozen yogurt ice-cream filled. This combination lets you enjoy the crispiness of waffle and softness of the ice-cream at the same time.

5.Chicken Plus

If you like Korea flavored fried chicken snacks, this is a good choice. Chicken Plus offers boneless fried chicken snacks with various tastes like Creamy Onion Sauce, Soy Sauce, and so on. Also, you can enjoy other Korean meals here, like Rabboki, Bingsu, and others. Korean’s food lovers must not give up this restaurant.

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