Malaysia’s Kelantan state is home to a number of cultural marvels that were once widespread, but have now dwindled down to a last few examples. They are here today, but will they be here tomorrow?
Kuala Terangganu, capital of the state by the same name, is experiencing rapid infrastructure development along with heavy new investment, making it a shining new jewel in Malaysia’s tourism crown.
Ten years after being placed on the UN World Heritage listing, Malacca (capital of the state of the same name) has major ambitions to further its cultural impact on the world.
If you are looking for stories of culture, intrigue, art and ethnicity, the Mah Meri cultural village on Carey Island is an exceptional source of inspiration, and an amazing personal experience.
Villa Sentosa in Malacca is known as a “living museum”, because this unique village house, open to the public, is still inhabited by the original family whose relatives built it almost 100 years ago.
Penang’s Tropical Spice Garden is South-East Asia’s one and only award-winning garden of its kind, coupled with the island’s first specially designed & equipped cooking school, using spices grown “in situ”.