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Built in the 1880s, the magnificent 38-room, 220-window Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion was commissioned by Cheong Fatt Tze, a Hakka merchant-trader who left China...
The epitomy of contemporary KL are these shimmering stainless steel–clad towers, the headquarters of the national oil and gas company Petronas. Resembling...
You can also visit other tea estates, but guided tours are usually given only for organised groups. One exception is this, southeast of Tanah Rata and 8km...
Taman Negara is billed, perhaps wrongly, as a wildlife park. Certainly this magnificent wilderness area is a haven for endangered species such as elephants,...
Looking down on Sabah with Google Earth, the eye is immediately drawn to what looks like the crater of an giant extinct volcano in the middle of the state,...
Located at the side of the road around 4km south of Tanah Rata, the views over this plantation are breathtaking. There are no guided tours here, but you can...
Just 13km north of the capital, a short distance off the Ipoh road, a towering limestone outcrop is home to the impressive Batu Caves . The caves were...
Just west of Kota Kinabalu, the five islands of Manukan, Gaya, Sapi, Mamutik and Sulug and the reefs in between make up the Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park...
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