Sarawak and Melaka will be hosting its Visit State Year while Rompin and Tenom are hosting Visit District Year for 2019. We take a look at some exciting attractions to look out for when you travel to these places in Malaysia.
Tourism boom fuels resurgence of illegal lodgings in heritage enclave.
Awesome tips on ecotourism in Southeast Asia with focus on eco-adventure activities that help conserve nature, and cultural immersions.
Unesco programme to link communities of three cities with heritage
George Town native Khoo Salma Nasution @ Khoo Su Nin, 55, wears many…
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah has set its sights on getting Mount Kinabalu and its surrounding districts listed in Unesco Global Geoparks by 2020.
MELAKA, Malaysia – Being a UNESCO World Heritage site suggests how nicely Melaka has preserved its multicultural society, customs, traditions and townscape as a former colonial town in Malaysia. But this does not guarantee that the heritage of the Malay, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and British in Melaka for more than the past 500 years will last forever. Fifty-four World Heritage sites are on UNESCO’s danger list while the two others – Oman’s Arabian Oryx Sanctuary and Germany’s Dresden Elbe Valley – have been delisted.
GEORGE TOWN: While trishaws are hot tourism attractions in Melaka, in Penang they are in danger of disappearing.
Source: Riding trishaws into the sunset
The world has no shortage of hiking sites and thrilling peaks and Lonely Planet has just saved you some time by sieving through the thousands of peaks and walking trails to uncover 50 most incredible hikes in 30 countries that adventure travelers are bound to love.