Lumut Travel Guide

Lumut Travel Guide This is a Lumut Travel Guide, it will give you all the insider information about Lumut. Lumut is located at the state of Perak and you will probably pass by this town if your final destination is Pangkok Island because it is the gateway to the famous resort island. Lumut development has […]

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Mukah

When it comes to the best of historical but quaint Malaysian locations, Mukah is the perfect representation of the off-the-beaten-track, charming destination. It is best known as a small fishing port located at the opening of the Mukah River, just adjacent to the beautiful South China Sea. Historically speaking, it was originally a part of […]

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Bintulu

Currently the capital of Malaysia’s up and coming Bintulu District, Bintulu itself is a bustling but quaint coastal town located in Sarawak. It is located in close geographical proximity to other Malaysian tourist destinations and cultural centers of note, including Sibu, Miri, and Mukah. It is also the primary gateway for travelers to such beautiful […]

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Marudi

Marudi is a small riverside town in Northern Sarawak. It is geographically located slightly inland from the prime Malaysian destination of Miri. It is also considered to be the primary cultural center for Malaysia’s own indigenous people, the Orang Ulu. In past times, Marudi was best recognized by tourists and world travelers as a standard […]

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Limbang

Limbang is best known as a border town in East Malaysia’s Sarawak region on the island of Borneo. It is also culturally relevant as the capital of the larger Limbang District. Limbang itself was first made a part of Sarawek in 1890 when it was annexed from Brunei by the then Rajah of Sarawek, Charles […]

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Miri

Currently boasting a population of 270,000 and growing, Miri is Sarawek’s second largest city just after Kuching. It is also considered to be one of my Sarawek’s most important industrial centers thanks to its booming oil industry, which was first established more than a century ago. Most world travelers and tourists are interested in Miri […]

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Bandar Seri Begawan

If you’re planning a visit to Malaysia or the island of Borneo on the whole, then you will want to make sure to hit all of the major cultural centers while you’re there. That definitely ought to mean some time spent in Bandar Seri Begawan, the capital of Brunei. A bustling urban area boasting a […]

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Lawas

Like many of the smaller towns and villages in Eastern Malaysia’s Sarawak region, Lawas is most commonly visited by tourists, world travelers, and other types of visitors as a stopping point between larger cities. Prior to the 1990s, Lawas (along with neighboring Limbang) was considered a go-to place for “sinful” venues like dive bar-style pubs […]

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Kota Kinabalu

Anyone coming to Malaysia with their heart set on sampling the best of local Malaysian seafood can’t miss a visit to Kota Kinabalu. Colloquially known as “KK” among the locals, the city is home to some of the most delicious and noteworthy seafood restaurants in the entire country. There is also a spectacular Filipino market […]

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Sandakan

Sandakan is more than just the second largest city in Sabah. It’s also quickly becoming one of Borneo’s most popular destinations due to the way it comes along with a little something wonderful for everyone. Nature enthusiasts should make it a point to visit Sandakan’s local crocodile farm (the largest in Malaysia). The Turtle Islands […]

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