Kuala Lumpur is the heart of Malaysia. It’s a city with an enormous history and culture. It is the capital of Malaysia and is constantly developing.
Langkawi is also referred to as the ‘Jewel of Kedah’. .This beautiful archipelago of 99 islands is located off the northwest coast of Malaysia.
Usually, Malaysia is known globally for its food, shopping, etc. Not many know about the exciting adventure options this country offers.
Kuala Lumpur is a very wholesome place with a rich history, tradition, and culture. It is known for food, tourism, and hospitality.
From Highlands which are a breath of fresh, cold air, to charming islands, to contemporary cities of the modern age Malaysia has something for all.
Remember the good old days, when you had a hobby and enough time to pursue it? What was it? Reading, painting, singing, dancing, anything! Now would be a good time to look back into your old box of hobbies and bring them out for entertainment.
“Health is wealth”. And what is one health activity which is both free and is full of fun for the whole family? A visit to the park, of course!
Girls…. if you intend to scroll down this area of interest then surely you are a bit bored with ideas and places to hang out with your gang of girls and looking for a happy change.
For 30 days Muslims unite for the ever-enchanting feeling of connection and friendship at iftar, the fast-breaking meal at sunset.
As Mother’s Day just went by, we know that all mothers would have gone back to their regular routine.
The global pandemic of coronavirus (COVID 19) that had triggered a health alarm all around the world and made us realize the vulnerability of life!
People would not usually associate Kuala Lumpur with big mountains, scenic waterfalls, and beautiful sunrises, lush green forest, but that is precisely what it has to offer!
Got a day off from your busy schedule but can’t decide where to go? Then why not immerse yourself in an abundance of culture, history, and gastronomic pleasure?
With schools and daycares being closed due to holidays keeping children moving and brains active is all the more important.
If you want to take a break from the hectic schedule of daily life and be taken to a different world altogether, then we at Kuala Lumpur Hospitality
Often, we all tend to feel stuck, frustrated, and dissatisfied when it comes to the job or personal life!
School holidays means that your kids’ restlessness is going up to new peak levels, but you just can't pack them to grandma's place for a week, then what do you do?
If you seek adventure that is filled with fitness and relaxation, then Kuala Lumpur has both to offer with its multiple yoga studios and academies.
Malaysia never ceases to amaze you. There are many places that are not popular but should definitely be on your must-visit list.
Markets can be considered a beautiful place to observe people at the local and foreign levels who interact on a regular basis - full of curiosity and adventure!
Malaysia is a land of diverse and attractive attractions, with high-rise skyscrapers, vibrant markets, delicious food, beautiful beaches, and lush rainforests.
Are you tired of living in your typical four-walled house? Do you ever feel like escaping from the fragile existence of the hustle and bustle of the city you live in?
Sekinchan is a small but beautiful fishing village situated in the Sabak Bernam District of Selangor, which is about 100 kilometers away from Kuala Lumpur.
Are you planning a vacation to Malaysia? Be ready to experience a true islander's life on the Perhentian Islands.
With modern lifestyles seeing rapid progress in this country, it seems that more and more Malaysians are placing health and fitness as integral habits to adopt.
Johor Bahru is a Malaysian town that sits just across from the border with Singapore. As is the case with many border towns
In Kuala Lumpur, they say the best things in life are free so if you're looking for a fun way to spend your day but have no cash to splash
Malaysia is not as popular as Bali and Thailand for Meditation retreats, but actually, there are several options for the perfect meditation retreat in Malaysia.
While at home during the Movement Control Order, you have probably done spring cleaning at least once or twice and found some items that you no longer have any use for.
Itching for fresh air and some morning exercise? Break a good sweat by going on a biking adventure! We have compiled a list of cycling routes around KL with scenic views
While we all strive to live a more organized and simple life, to do so requires effort other than resolution. More often than not we are caught up in the daily grind, that we subconsciously relax the tasks of organizing
Kuala Lumpur is an exciting city to visit with a vast contrast to modern skyscrapers and shopping malls, which transform into Old Asia with bustling markets and roadside food vendors.
Thinking of celebrating Chinese New Year somewhere special this year? Look no further than Malaysia, where Chinese culture is deeply rooted in various communities and throughout history.
A time of self-purification, spiritual growth and introspection, the holy month of Ramadan is the basis of Islamic faith.
Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) and Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) are the two plans introduced under The Malaysian Government Movement Control Order (MCO) by the Federal Government of Malaysia.
Malaysia is a country of contrasts, where different languages and cultures fuse and merge to form a unique Southeast Asian nation, the exact opposite of any of its neighbouring countries.
Hari Raya is round the corner! We bet you're coming up with a list of homes to visit.
If your new favorite pastime has become an endless scroll through your holiday snips or a dream itinerary, don't worry, you're not alone.
Since the lockdown began in Malaysia in March last year, how many of us have longed ourselves to return to Mother Nature?
Anyhow, everything in hotels is always better than at home (well, provided it is at least 4 stars) - sheets, toiletries, television right in front of the bed