This unique boutique hotel sports a Balinese decor, with all fittings imported from Jepara, Central Java, Indonesia.
When touring a city, there’s no escaping the exploration of local food. Seafood is definitely one of the most famous cuisines in Johor.
This night market in the centre of Johor Bahru, along Jalan Tan Hiok Nee, Jalan Sengget and spilled over to adjacent streets, is known locally as ‘pasar karat’ or flea … Read More
Batu Caves, with its limestone outcrop and three main caves that have been converted into Hindu temples and shrines, is the most popular Hindu place of worship outside of India.
Nestled within a land area of 11.34 hectares with a well-groomed garden, is a palace, now known as The Royal Museum (Muzium Diraja).
The unmistakable aroma of freshly roasted coffee beans greeted us as we made our way to Antong coffee mill in Assam Kumbang, Taiping recently.