August and September are the months for Malaysians to remember the history of Malaysia. It is good for sightseers to visit places with historical concepts, taking lessons from various stories … Read More
Eleven tapirs, eight false gharials and a pair of flat-headed cats call the Wildlife Conservation Centre in Sungai Dusun, Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor, home. With a land size of 4330 … Read More
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 … Read More
Bengkulu tart is a festive snack that was originated from Bangka Hulu, Bengkulu, Indonesia.
I’ve been to quite a number of indigenous villages around Malaysia, so I am no stranger to their traditional cuisine.
Apam Gula Hangus was my childhood snack, except that I used to buy them from Chinese or Nyonya stalls. So, I was quite surprised that it is an equally popular … Read More
Although Kuala Kubu Bharu is best known for its whitewater rafting activities, another pursuit to indulge in is paragliding.
The town of Kuala Kubu Bharu has a few spelling variations, from Kuala Kubu Baru to Kuala Kubu Bahru and Kuala Kubu Baharu.
There is really very little solid information on the internet regarding The Sticks, an eco-resort accommodation on the fringe of a tropical forest in Kuala Kubu Bharu in the District … Read More
For the fifth consecutive year since 2012, Wings of KKB, a 3-day bird-watching event was held last month in Kuala Kubu Bharu – Awana Hotel, Genting Highlands. This area is … Read More