Displaying items by tag: Museum

Panorama Kuantan

Often we only look on the surface of things; not often do we see what goes on underground. As we explored this tin mining town of Sungai (river) Lembing (spear), we exactly went beneath the surface of the town and saw its origin and culture right before our very eyes.

Cycling To Tasik Bera

Pahang is the third largest state in Malaysia after Sarawak and Sabah, making it the largest in Peninsular Malaysia. While cycling lengths did not come unexpected, the breadth of nature and depth of culture and history did not disappoint.

Kayuhan Go Slow (Part 2)

Kelantan is a state in the north-east of Peninsular Malaysia. It is managed by 10 administrative jurisdictions. One of them is the state capital, Kota Bharu, a focal point for Kelantan’s administration and business activities. Malays make up 95% of the population in Kelantan, it is also home to the Orang Siam (Thai People) due to its close proximity to the Thai border.

Kuching Heritage Ride

Kuching Heritage Ride is suitable for leisure riders, families and children, focusing on exploring the busy Kuching downtown.

Borneo’s Highland Cycling

Widely known as the Cat City of Malaysia, Kuching is the most populous city in the state of Sarawak and has its own unique offerings for cyclists to discover.

Merbok Heritage Trail

Merbok is a small town in the Kuala Muda district where the historical Bujang Valley is located. This olden attraction was what drove us to this trip back to history, 50km south of Alor Setar. Also known as the home of the Hindu-Buddhist kingdom all the way back to 300 AD, Bujang Valley is said to be the oldest civilization of Peninsular Malaysia and probably of South East Asia.

Ipoh Heritage Walk & Cycle

It is our second cycling tour in Ipoh. We flocked to Ipoh to view the renewed enthusiasm of Ipoh's heritage in seeing old shop houses restored, while new cafes and craft shops springing up within historic buildings! Ipoh is the capital city of Perak state on the west coast of peninsular Malaysia. The city of Ipoh is located about 200km north of Kuala Lumpur. Ipoh City is Malaysia’s third largest city with a population of over 710,000 people.

Ipoh Heritage Cycling Trail

Once a tin mining town in the 1800s and now the fourth largest city in Malaysia, Ipoh offers a lot of fascinating discoveries in its rich heritage sites. It is in the capital of Perak state where stately historical buildings stand proud of its history all the way back to British colonial era.

Georgetown Half Day Tour

On the north-east corner of Penang you’ll find its capital—Georgetown—named after Britain’s King George III.


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