Things To Do In Pangkor Island

The government has conferred duty-free status for Pangkor Island effective 1 January 2020. The feat is an effort by the government to revive Pangkor tourism with items such as cigarettes included among the duty-free things in the list. The government is also now upgrading the island’s ferry and taxi services and had added a shopping mall and... 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 →

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