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This multi-ethnic Southeast Asian country, its halves physically separated by the South China Sea, has oodles to offer the visitor, from the urbanity of capital Kuala Lumpur to remote Borneo.

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4 fabulous beaches of resort town Port Dickson

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Started by Tripatini Nov 6, 2018.

Langkawi's amazing Sky Bridge

Without any doubt, Sky Bridge is the most interesting place in this archipelago of 104…Continue

Started by Tripatini Sep 9, 2017.

3 top shops in Malaysia beach mecca Pantai Tengah

A top beach town on Malaysia's Langkawi Peninsula, Pantai Tengah has many restaurants, clubs and resorts, but does not boast many shopping opportunities apart from a small complex which houses a…Continue

Started by Tripatini Jul 3, 2017.

Keeping my head in Malaysian Borneo

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Started by Tripatini Apr 27, 2013.

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Comment by Honey Trek on October 13, 2012 at 12:05pm

Dear Malaysia PR executive and/or luxury hotelier,

My wife and I are travelling around the world on a 500-day honeymoon. In each region we pick one luxury boutique hotel to partner with exclusively for said region. We post two articles per resort on Honeymoons.com as well as numerous social media posts across Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Foursquare, Instagram, YouTube, etc..and most importantly each partner becomes the exclusive resort in their respective region on Honeymoons.com - If anyone in this group represents a luxury hotelier/resort in Malaysia, we would love to talk more. Please drop us a line (MikeAnne@HoneyTrek.com) and we can answer any questions and forward over our formal proposal for your review.

Sincerely,
Mike & Anne

Comment by Tripatini on July 3, 2012 at 10:36am
Comment by Tripatini on February 29, 2012 at 2:44pm

One of our members has a question about Sabah and Sarawak in Borneo. If you'd like to offer her some advice please answer not on this wall but at this link to our Ask A Travel Pro forum. Thanks!! 

Comment by Asha Mohan on January 5, 2012 at 1:48pm

not that tripatini savvy as yet, and buzzy aint that great a name.. but its hell of a good place to be, malaysia.... 

Comment by Buzzy Gordon on January 5, 2012 at 8:35am

Hi,

I have a 2-day stopover coming up in KL. Does anyone have any recommendation for a decent, inexpensive place to stay? Favorite restaurant? 

Thanks,

Buzzy

Comment by Sally Hammond on February 28, 2011 at 12:46am
Mireille, that link to the food tour doesn't seem to work. Do you have another one?
Sally
Comment by Ed Wetschler on October 20, 2010 at 8:41am
A press release from Malaysia reports that there are now only 7,000 or so orangutans left in the wild, "despite [their] passive nature." I'm no expert on this species, so I'll ask you: Could it be that their numbers are smaller -- not despite their passive nature, but because of their passive nature?
Comment by Tripatini on October 18, 2010 at 12:01pm
This week on the Tripatini blog, Baroness Sheri de Borchgrave gives us a "heads up" on her visit to the Iban headhunters of Malaysian Borneo. Click here to read.

And BTW, here's a great video of another visit to the Iban:

Comment by Mireille Roc on June 4, 2010 at 10:27am
Culinary Tour to Malaysia? Kuala Lampur, Borneo, Penang, Cameron Highlands. Visit the tea plantations and strawberry fields in the Cameron Highlands. Sample the delicious hawker cuisine on Penang. Take hands on cooking classes. Go farming with the Iban people on Borneo. Please see the itinerary here http://globaltastesinc.com/1752/20743.html and contact me for more information.
Also seeking B2B relationships with travel agents selling Malaysia.
 

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