While walking down the streets during the autumn and winter seasons in your city, do you need to cover your neck and hide yourself under thick layers of clothes?During those times, most will think of summer sunshine and the feeling of warmth on their skin.The earth is round. When you are out during the night, there is definitely a place on earth where the sun has just risen.You are busy trying to keep the plants in the office warm during the cold and windy season. Wouldn't it be better to just fly towards the southern regions of the sun and enjoy the “waves”?
The word Semporna means perfect in Malay, and there is no other word that can describe these islands more accurately. Situated on the south-eastern coast of the state of Sabah in Malaysia, these islands are nothing short of what one could describe as paradise on earth. Be it for the solo traveller in you or the diver in you, with pristine waters, great weather and clear skies, Islands near Semporna are must-visit destinations for anyone looking to enjoy a relaxed getaway. Known to have some of the most beautiful dive spots in the world, the Semporna Archipelago – which is just a short boat ride away is home to a number of dive centres.
Langkawi's food is also centered around seafood and Malay dishes, everything from elegant fine dining restaurants to hawker center bbq.
Gulai House: nestled in a pristine tropical rainforest
The Gulai House restaurant is a specialty restaurant in the Andaman hotel, nestled in a pristine tropical rainforest, next to a stunning beach, where you can enjoy a delicious meal while taking in the wonderful scenery. The restaurant mainly features Malay and Indian dishes. Crab soup, satays and desserts are famous. Gulai house's reservation card is very special. It consists of leaves picked from the mountains written with the name of Gulai House and that of the guests.
If we talk about "food paradise", Sabah certainly can't compare to Kuala Lumpur or Penang, but it also has lots of delicious food. Coming to Sabah for a holiday, of course, you hope not only to eat enough food, but also to eat well. Beautiful scenery and delicious food, this is the perfect holiday destination
International travel often seems maddeningly out of reach. Friends seems to be constantly posting on social media about magnificent tropical vacations spent at lush island resorts. If you’ve even wondered (or fumed) how it was possible, there’s a secret you’re probably not aware of just yet. International travel need not be prohibitively expensive. With the right combination of airfare hunting and budget-friendly destinations, you too can have an incredible time abroad. We’ve done some of the heavy lifting for you and profiled these 20 international destinations we think offer great experiences without the corresponding risk you’ll need to refinance your home to afford them. These are our recommendations for the best international travel destinations for those on a budget.
Cenang Beach is the center in Langkawi and is located some 25 km Southwest of Kuah. This is usually the first stop to a self-driving ride, with shops, restaurants, hotels all nearby. You can rent cars, have a massage, book a diving session or other adventures.
Porta De Santiago (A Famosa) is also known as the Old Gateway; it is ancient European architecture with a rough pattern carved on the gate and a rectangularly arched door at the top, which looks like it is wearing a hat on its head. The gun tower on the right is preserved to-date. The Stadthuys, former residence of Han Wenjiang, is a beautiful Gothic structural facing the sea.
Kuala Lumpur's Top Snacks and Food Streets
The Malaysian food critic Chua Lam has previously extolled the virtues of Kuala Lumpur's most famous "food streets." As dusk starts to fall, the street cafés set out their tables one after another, offering grills, Cantonese Teochew cuisine, seafood, and specialty snacks, or "small eats"—a whole range of delicacies with unique flavors. Convenient to access, explosively popular, and open into the small hours, these are the very best places for late-night refueling.
Gorgeous natural scenery aside, we can't mention Langkawi without a word about its hotels. Staying here is an experience in its own--they hotels are really something else. So if you get the chance to visit Langkawi, experience its hotels for yourself, and we think you'll agree (with a long sigh of admiration...).
Kota Kinabalu is a transfer city to other tourists destinations in Sabah. There are direct flights to the city from most airports in Southeast Asia. In fact, Kota Kinabalu itself is wonderful. Here you can see some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world and some of the most beautiful islands in Malaysia. Even if you only briefly visit the best scenic spots here, you will need to spend at least 5 days.
Kapalai Island: the closest island to Sipadan Kapalai Island is one of the nearest islands to the diving holy place of Sipadan. There is no vast beach, no coconut trees, only the sea as far as the eye can see, and the marvelous underwater world makes it as famous as the small Maldives. In fact, Kapalai is more beautiful than the Maldives. When the weather is calm without wind, the sea is like an aquarium without walls, never-seen corals and fish, even wild turtles are very common, come here to experience the wonder of snorkeling. if you go to Kapalai to dive, first go to Semporna’s dive shop. You can directly book at Kapali Water House and rent all the tools for diving in the island, at the diving center.
Mermaid Island + Mangrove Forest
An introduction to its origins: Kota Kinabalu is located North Western Coast of Borneo, and faces out to the South China Sea. Kota Kinabalu is a rich fishing area and travel destination for Sabah and Borneo. At the same time it is also one of Malaysia’s important industrial and commercial towns. Its development has been the fastest in all of Malaysia.
The people traveling to Semporna only go there for diving. Sipadan Island, not far from Semporna, is a mecca for the divers. But it is more suitable for divers with rich experience; beginners can dive at other islands. The nearest airport to Semporna is Tawau International Airport. Kuala Lumpur and Yapi have direct flights to Tawau International Airport, so you can reach this airport first and then charter a car to Semporna.
Semporna is a typical tropical climate, hot all year round, but it will be a bit cooler at night. It sees more rainfall throughout the year than other parts of Malaysia. But the rainy season is very short and only lasts from November to January. Every year from May to September, it is the best season for turtle watching. Don’t miss it if the time is right. There are buses from Kota Kinabalu to Tawau, but it is a bumpy and uncomfortable 10 hour journey.
Penang was the first British colony in the far east. There is still many historic British buildings here today. Many towns here were built by overseas Chinese, and because of this there are a lot of building in the old Qing architectural style. The cultural mix of characteristics in Penang are something that you wont regret exploring.
Penang gathers cuisines from around the world. Malaysia has the largest population of Overseas Chinese, that’s why you will taste authentic Chinese food here. Other Asian cuisines such as Japanese, Indian, Thai and Malay are also available everywhere. You will not worry about starving, but will have too many choices.
Labuk Bay: Proboscis monkeys and firefly watching
The Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary is the best place to watch proboscis monkeys in the world. Visitors get to take photos of the monkeys close up at their mealtime. The proboscis monkeys have surprisingly large noses, and the older they are, the longer the noses. When they are excited, the big noses stand up or throb up and down, which looks very amusing.
Kuala Lumpur – The capital city of Malaysia is known for its amazing skyline with skyscrapers, prominent landmarks, the iconic Petronas Tower, modern urban lifestyle, ultimate shopping destinations, awesome nightlife, interesting tourist destinations, delicious culinary trails and more. There are a million things to do in Kuala Lumpur, making it a perfect holiday destination.
As Allan Kaprow said, “Life happens on streets. Why wouldn’t art?”, acts of art and creativity happen every day. Once a punishable offense, Graffiti has now become a bona fide art form. It has become an increasingly popular, accepted, and a part of urban life in the 21st century. You will come across different styles of street art as you travel from country to country, city to city. Following is a list of 10 cities for street art around the world
Kuala Lumpur is the capital and also the largest city in Malaysia. It is known as the cultural and economic centre of Malaysia and has a mixed population of Tamil, Chinese and Malay people. Tourism is one of the major industries in this place, and you have a lot of attractive destinations and a lot of things to do in Kuala Lumpur to choose from during your visit there.
Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah, which is a Malaysian state in northern Borneo. The city, also known as KK, is located by the seaside and is known for its bustling markets, beautiful beaches, seaside mosque and more. Kota Kinabalu is surrounded by the beautiful rainforests of Borneo and is the gateway to the Kinabalu National Park which is also home to Mount Kinabalu. The city has a very different flavour compared to West Malaysia, and you will be pleasantly surprised by the rustic atmosphere of this seaside city. While most tourists use the city as a base to explore the beautiful countryside, you must also set aside a couple of days to explore the city. It has a lot to offer that is beyond the usual tourist trappings. Kota Kinabalu is a charming city that is worth exploring for an unfiltered view of eastern Malay culture. Here is a list of things you must see while in Kota Kinabalu.
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As lumbering land mammals, we humans can but imagine the freedom experienced by creatures who call the oceans home. Some 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water. The oceans remain the last great frontier of Earthly adventure. With new species to discover and countless unexplored regions, let’s take a journey beneath the waves. As mere visitors to the underwater realms, diving affords us a modicum of understanding this part of our great blue planet. Here we will consider some of the world’s best diving locations. For the vast majority of people, diving is both easiest and most enjoyable in the rich tropical waters circling the globe at the equator. Vast coral reefs shelter mesmerizing life forms, ones whose colors and numbers astound. These are the world’s best diving locations.
While sitting in a café located in Ipoh’s Old Town sipping a cup of white coffee, and enjoying the city’s slow pace and tranquil environment, it’s hard to imagine that about 70 years ago, this city was actually one of the world’s largest producer of tin.Located 200km north of Kuala Lumpur and 130km south of Penang, this capital of Perak used to have a nickname “Millionaires’ City” in the early 20th Century, as many people made a fortune from tin mining in the district.