Malaysian authorities are working on opening up the country’s oldest and largest state park to the public… little by little.
An unavoidable stop-over while on the road to Royal Belum, the Lenggong Valley was named Malaysia’s most recent UNESCO World Heritage site six years ago. But few people know about this lost world – and even fewer get to see it.
While Bolivia has its Salar de Uyuni – where people come from all around the world to photograph the reflections on the thin, but seemingly endless expanse of water on the salt plain, Malaysia’s Sky Mirror is a similar natural phenomenon – in the middle of the sea.
Gliding along a river in silence in the early evening, visitors to Kampung Kuantan, just 56 km from Kuala Lumpur, witness a festival of synchronised fairy lights emanating from millions upon millions of fireflies.
Malaysia now has more than 200 golf courses: at the foot of mountains, along beaches, on tropical islands, in the midst of a luxuriant nature or in the heart of the nation’s cities. We zoom in on […]