Visiting museums and art galleries should be at the top of your activity list, whether you are travelling or staying in your own town. As art transcends cultural boundaries, the rich and multi-layered representation will enrich your world—and touch you right inside. And when you feel like you’re in a rut, visiting a museum will... Continue Reading →
As the 63rd National Day approaching this 31 August 2020, let's find out some interesting facts about our national flower - the bunga raya or hibiscus. Declared as the national flower of Malaysia in 1960 The Ministry of Agriculture proposed for a national flower a year after independence, which led to Malaysian state governments suggesting... Continue Reading →
Honeymoon is about connecting and making memories with your partner. Whether you are looking for the quintessential romantic getaway in a resort by the beach or you are leaning more towards action and adventure — Malaysia has it all. Your perfect honeymoon destination is just in our country’s backyard! Mataking Island, Sabah Also known as... Continue Reading →
The coronavirus has changed so many things in Malaysia. During the Movement Control Order (MCO), we were supposed to stay at home to stop the spreading of Covid-19. Now we are in Recovery MCO (RMCO) phase where state borders are opened, we can start travelling again. For the time being, we reckon domestic tourism is... Continue Reading →
The first quarter year end has brought on challenge after challenge due to the COVID-19 pandemic and implemented social restrictions. This June, we celebrate a smooth transition from Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) phase to Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO). Here’s a look back at some of this month’s historic events throughout 20 years. JUNE... Continue Reading →
No doubt the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) has greatly affected us. It tried our patience on social distancing, reintroduced digital challenges, and even sharpened creative skills.
However, as we put our hope in the Recovery phase starting June 10, here's a look back at some of the trending quotes that brought us through the past 3 months with humour, advice and motivation.
Since the Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced Malaysia will start Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) from 10 June to 31 August and domestic travel will be allowed, many people have quickly made their plans to have a nice getaway with their loved ones.Continue Reading →
The Movement Control Order (MCO) and the subsequent Conditional MCO (CMCO) have been ongoing for more than two months now. While the country and states borders are not up for reopening yet, we can travel inter-district for the time being. If you are healthy and your circumstances allow, those in the green zones within the... Continue Reading →
The spread of coronavirus has disrupted tourism industry around the world. But sooner or later, the economy will eventually reopen, and travelling will be viable again for all. Here are some predictions for how our travel would change after the Movement Control Order (MCO). Importance of hygiene and cleanliness Choosing transportations and accommodations with guaranteed... Continue Reading →
The Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdowns have affected the world all over. Thus, Malaysia has seen many major tourist spots deserted since the Movement Control Order (MCO) was put in place. However, although the sight may appear eerily desolate, it's also strangely delightful. Keep scrolling to see what we're talking about!
The COVID-19 outbreak has forced many art and cultural institutions to close their doors to visitors temporarily. Good things that access to some of the world’s best museums are available for you to visit online. Here is a list of museums that are virtually available for you to check out during this Movement Control Order... Continue Reading →
We have heard that the most effective means of prevention for the coronavirus is by not leaving home. However, not everyone can stop going out. If you have to go out and use public transportation during Covid-19 outbreak, here's what you need to do. Practice social distancing We should minimise close contact with others to... Continue Reading →