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Malaysia Traveling Tips

Mamak stalls (hawker stalls operated by Indian Muslim) are cheaper alternatives to pubs and disco for spending nightlife in Malaysia. They are popular gathering places among the KL folks especially during the weekend. These stalls usually start to operate around 7pm onwards and they are cheaper alternative to expensive clubs and discos. Most of them [...]

The most common diseases that most tourists contracted while traveling internationally are hepatitis A, typhoid fever and traveler's diarrhea. According to World Health Organization (WHO), hepatitis A is an endemic in Asia, Africa, Caribbean, South America, Russia and some parts of Europe whereas in China, Indian, Indonesian, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia, tourists are [...]

Guide to Traveling Light for Ladies

Women often have the issue of making their trip cumbersome and heavy because of the stuffs they bring. For example, beauty care products seem indispensable to them even when they are traveling. Big bottles of face and hand wash products, body lotion, hand cream, perfumes are definitely the culprits here. To address this problem, you [...]

Several dive sites at two of the top diving destinations in the world — the Pulau Tioman marine park in Pahang and Pulau Redang marine park in Terengganu — are temporarily off-limits to divers and snorkelers until end-October. They are among three marine parks — the other being Pulau Payar in Kedah — which are [...]