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Cape Rachado Lighthouse

By malaxi | September 16, 2014

The Cape Rachodo Lighthouse is technically located in Tanjung Tuan in the state of Malacca. But considering this is located just next to Port Dickson, the Cape Rachado Lighthouse is a Negeri favourite too. After the Portuguese came to Malacca in 1511, they needed a lighthouse to guide their ships safely into harbour. Tanjung Tuan…

Negeri Sembilan State Museum

By malaxi | September 16, 2014

The states museum is located at the Crafts & Cultural Handicraft Complex in Seremban. The building itself is a simply wonderful sight as it features the marvellous Minangkabau roof – shaped like glorious buffalo horns. The Minangkabau architecture is a proud tribute to the heritage of this group of settlers from West Sumatra who made…

Sri Menanti Royal Museum at Kuala Pilah

By malaxi | September 16, 2014

The Sri Menanti Royal Museum once served as the royal palace for state royalty. It is located in Kuala Pilah. The wooden palace is built with Wooden pegs, using no screws or nails with beautiful solid timber pillars. Within its Walls you will lots of history, including royal costumes and documents of lineages.This is interesting…

Wisma Tun Sambanthan

By malaxi | September 16, 2014

Wisma Tun Sambanthan Wisma Tun Sambanthan is located along Jalan Sultan Sulaiman, Kuala Lumpur 50000, Malaysia Wisma Tun Sambanthan is a 17 storey corporate office tower which was recently refurbished. It is ideally located near the Central Business District of Kuala Lumpur and within walking distance of Petaling Street in China Town. In addition to…

Dayabumi Complex – Kompleks Dayabumi

By malaxi | September 16, 2014

Dayabumi Complex Dayabumi Complex The former headquarters of Petronas, Kompleks Dayabumi was designed by Nik Mohammed and built in 1981. In profile, the 35-storey marble-clad tower, cloaked in delicate fretwork screens, forms a four-pointed star intersected by a square, a recurring symbol in Islamic art. To get here, walk over the footbridge behind Central Market.…

Petaling Street China Town at Kuala Lumpur

By malaxi | September 16, 2014

With its distinct 2 store shophouses and colorful temples, fantastic restaurants and bustling night market there is no mistaking that this is Chinatown. Retaining the charm and character of years past, hotels in Chinatown are for the most part smaller, one-off independently owned properties. Clean and well managed these hotels offer good value for money…

Hotel Geo at Jalan Hang Kasturi

By malaxi | September 16, 2014

Hotel Geo located on Jalan Hang Kasturi, opposite the vibrant Central Market and Kasturi Walk in downtown Kuala Lumpur, Geo Hotel is just a minute away from the ever-popular Petaling Street China Town. A bargain hunter’s paradise, Petaling Street overflows with the sights and attractions of old Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur, offering rows upon rows…

Old Post Office at Jalan Panggong Kuala Lumpur

By malaxi | September 16, 2014

This Post Office build in 1911 at Jalan Panggong. This is building is in British Style design  This Building is opposite the post office

Guan Di Temple at Jalan Tun H S Lee Kuala Lumpur

By malaxi | September 16, 2014

Guan Di Temple Guan Di Temple Guan Di Temple also known as Kuan Ti Temple. Kuan Ti Temple is a 121 year-old Taoist temple. Tourists that visit Chinatown can easily walk to Jalan Tun H. S. Lee, a small street parallel to the busy Petaling Street. This is where the legendary 59kg copper Guan Dao…

Pedas Hot Springs

By malaxi | September 15, 2014

Pedas is well know hot spring among the locals in Negeri Sembilan. This area is great for picnics and family time, with people flocking to it during the school holidays. Now there is a theme park incorporating the hot springs so there is more fun to be had. There is a certain mystique and sense…