HOGA Gaharu Tea Valley: Hidden Gem In Gopeng You Need To Check Out

HOGA Gaharu Tea Valley is a plantation and agro-tourism destination located in Gopeng, Perak that house over 200,000 agarwood. The plant possesses excellent medicinal properties, including regulating blood glucose as well as increasing metabolic rate. To study this one-of-a-kind hybrid crop, the plantation has also formed research partnerships with Universiti Sains Malaysia and Nottingham University... Continue Reading →

Cheap Places To Travel In Malaysia In 2020

Malaysia has launched Visit Malaysia 2020, which means there will be a lot of exciting events to be held and the country will be full of tourists from all around the world. The incoming tourists are expected to swarm top (and expensive) tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur and Penang. If you are budget travellers, however,... Continue Reading →

Ways Malaysians Celebrate Christmas

Christmas is a Christian festival observed on 25 December to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. This festivity is celebrated by billions of people around the world annually. We managed to catch up with some of CatchThatBus customers who have shared the customs and traditions of Christmas celebration from their experience celebrating it in Malaysia.... Continue Reading →

Singapore Cultural Etiquettes For Tourists

Are you going to Singapore soon? Get familiar with Singapore cultural etiquette to respect the country as a guest and enhance your travel experience (and also, to avoid embarrassing yourself and your country!) 1. Laws and Regulations Don’t litter Don’t do drugs Don’t jaywalk Don’t busk without a permit Don’t be naked in public view... Continue Reading →

6 Things You May Not Know About Deepavali

Happy Deepavali in Tamil is 'Deepavali Valthukkal' Deepavali means festival of lights with oil lamps lighting most households and businesses. It signifies the defeat of evil and triumph of good. Deepavali is not the Indian New Year Deepavali falls on the holiest month in the Indian lunar calendar, Kartika. Meanwhile, the Hindu New Year falls... Continue Reading →

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