Discover endless possibilities of things to do, places to go,
events to attend and more for Visit Malaysia Year 2014.
Kemasik Island, Terengganu
A very gorgeous beach with small rock island which is just a stone's throw away.
i-City: The city of digital lights
Known as City of digital lights, there are just too much to do and see. From shopping to snow filled indoor park, from beautiful neon lights adorning the gardens to the many restaurants that offer a gastronomy experience. --BERNAMApix
Pulau Perhentian: The stopping point
Pulau Perhentian or Perhentian Island lies approximately 19 km off the northeastern coast of West Malaysia in the state of Terengganu. The name "Perhentian" means "stopping point" in Malay, referring to the islands' traditional role as a meeting point for traders between Bangkok and Malaysia.
Durian: The King of fruits
Durian: The King of fruit
Rainforest Bed and Breakfast
In Realty - This week, Dino Omar and Lina Adnan bring you to Rainforest Bed and Breakfast, a popular tourists? away-home and discover why B&Bs are popular and becoming more so all the time. On the third segment, Lina Adnan seeks comfort in a couch, at Mossimo, Mont Kiara.
Malaysia, tourists shopping paradise
Malaysia has been touted as a shopping heaven for foreign tourists. This has been proven with almost five billion foreign tourist expenditures last year, totaling RM65.44 billion compared to RM60.56 billion in 2012.
Extreme Activities for Adrenaline Junkies
These activities often involve speed, height, a high level of physical exertion, and highly specialized gear.
The Second Penang Bridge
The Second Penang Bridge has been re-named after Yang di-Pertuan Agung Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah.
New hope for world's biggest and weirdest flower
It's huge, and it smells like a corpse... The world's biggest flower is under threat, but a new scheme is turning indigenous tribes into custodians of the rare Rafflesia.
Beauty's skin keep for hungry fish
Forget footscrubs and loofahs, a spa in Malaysia has a novel approach for healthy feet...Live fish that eat away dead skin.