One of Johor's noted natural attraction, the Kota Tinggi Waterfall is a great favourite among the locals. Originating from the top of Gunung Panti, the waterfall cascades down a rock face some 34 metres into a small pool below.
Kota Tinggi Waterfall can get busy especially during the weekends. In the vicinity of the falls is Gunung Muntahak (634m) which poses an interesting two to three hours' trek to the summit. This waterfall is a popular stopover for locals and foreign tourists on their way to Desaru beach. F... read more
Berkelah Falls is a cascade of waterfalls located in Pahang, Malaysia. It is about 50 km away from Kuantan in the direction of Maran. The falls consist of eight cascades with the final fall falling from a height of 100 m.
Doing a bit of background reading before visiting a place is a little like reading a novel and then watching the movie of which the book is based on. Sometimes we are pleasantly surprised by the true renditions and sometimes a little disappointed with the misinterpretations or representations in the movie. But there would be expectations. This was how I felt as we turned out of the highway and headed towards Taiping. You know how it is. Taiping has a first for almost everything. The first full-fledged high walled, ... read more
Gunung Jerai (Mount Jerai)rises above the surrounding plains at 1380metres/4140 feet above sea level and is visible for miles around. 11kms of winding road lead up to this mountain resort which can be reached by car. The vegetation begins to change gradually as you ascend the mountain - through the lower and upper dipterocarp forests that we commonly encounter in parks and reserves down in valleys and low lying areas that give way to the low montane forest where conifers thrive. At the top of the mount the trees ar... read more
Within the boundaries of Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak is one of the most extensive and spectacular limestone cave systems on earth, as well as the second highest mountain peak in the state. Gunung also enjoys unusually high rainfall. As a result it bursts with life, and many new plant and animal species have been discovered here. Officially constituted in 1974 and opened to the public in 1985, Gunung Mulu National Park encompasses only 544 sq. km in North Sarawak, Borneo. Gunung Mulu's Caves are extraord... read more
Situated just off the west shore of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, the five emerald isles that comprise this park are fringed with white sandy beaches, surrounded by the sparkling aqua waters of the South China Sea. The islands' offshore reefs are filled with exotic corals and sponges and abound in tropical marine life. The islands are easily accessible, and each of the five possesses its own particular charms. Pulau Gaya's Bulijong Bay creates the perfect atmosphere for swimming, snorkeling, and picnicking. For hiking... read more
Kuala Gula Bird Sanctuary, Perak, a refuge for over two hundred species of birds, was set up in 1970 with the aim of protecting and preserving both the resident and the migratory birds. Thousands of migratory birds that flock to this place during the months of September to December have been distinguished as belonging to 48 different species. Some of these feathered friends come from the faraway lands of Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Japan and China. The mudflat area has been used by the migratory birds since a lon... read more
For experiencing a memorable Malaysian panorama, a visit to the Batu Ferringhi Beach is essential. Enjoy a multitude of spine- tingling ecstasy from wind-surfing, parasailing to canoeing while you chill out on the beach.
Batu Ferringhi (also known as Foreigners Rock) holds the distinction of being one of the most frequently visited beaches in Penang. Penang is the second smallest state in Malaysia after Perlis, situated on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia by the Strait of Malacca. The sun-kissed beach ... read more
Teluk Bahang welcomes the visitors with its jetty that straight heads to its astonishing shores. The rocks and other creations of the nature have been embroidered in the spots of Teluk Bahang. Its neat and clean beaches are the nicest place to view the sunsets and rises.
Teluk Bahang is known for unmatchable sceneries that are exclusively in the hubs of Teluk Bahang. Teluk Bahang is very calming and captivating in the expressions of affection and adornments.
Teluk Bahang is very near to cities in the Malaysia... read more