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Lubuk Timah was one of the recreational spots in Perak that I wanted to visit for years but never made it till recently. I've been told the road was in bad condition. Indeed it was until last year when money was invested to upgrade facilities at the centre, including resurfacing the road that leads to ... continue reading »

Refarm Kampar, Perak

Oct 31, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V, Travel

Although I have known about Refarm at MATTA Fair in Ipoh almost two years ago, it was only recently that I managed to make a trip there. I was caught by surprise over its popularity, and then I remembered that it was Deepavali, and other visitors had also made plans for Cuti-Cuti Malaysia. If you have ... continue reading »

A painful reminder of the days of World War II and the Japanese Occupation, this carbide factory chimney and some chunks of carbide have been transformed into a historic monument. The factory and this chimney were used by the Japanese to manufacture armaments. This setup, along with another kiln, was estimated to be established in ... continue reading »

For years, I had wanted to visit Kinta Nature Park (KNP) but due to many negative reports heard about its condition, I kept postponing my trip. Besides, bird watching requires a lot of time, which I couldn't spare. This waiting game is difficult to play when one is always rushing here and there! Nonetheless, I finally ... continue reading »

Hosted for the first time in Ipoh, World Ecotourism Expo 2017 (WET-EXPO) is part of the state's year-long calendar of colourful events, in conjunction with Visit Perak Year 2017. This three-day international event is a platform for exhibitors to learn from one another and share experiences, as well as to promote their products and services at ... continue reading »

In Malaysia, Halloween is observed differently from the Christian meaning of All Saints' Eve, where they go to church, abstain from meat and light candles for the dead. Instead, we celebrate Halloween by scaring one another, getting chased by zombies and eat. Of course, we should celebrate all occasions with food. We, Malaysians, are foodies after ... continue reading »

Beyond its reputation as the most developed state of Malaysia, Selangor has its share of unique tourist destinations, marked by its tin-mining roots, existing natural attractions and over 100 years of history. Here are some spots in Selangor which are worth exploring. Island Villages of Port Klang Pulau Ketam remains a popular weekend getaway thanks to ... continue reading »

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