I remember taking my first cultural anthropology class in university and thinking how I wanted to…Read More
One united country, three separate cultures.
Malaysia is truly a remarkable country. Not only is it home to indigenous Malay people, but you’ll also find a heavy Chinese and Indian influence as well. Separated by the South China Sea, you can visit Peninsular Malaysia for colonial towns and slick skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur or head out to the island of Borneo for untouched jungles and orang-utans.
I’ll admit, my first hostel stay, which was in Japan, really put me off from…Read More
Malaysia may be the second Islamic country I’ve visited, after the Maldives, but it’s really…Read More
Located almost between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, Melaka is one of Malaysia’s two historical cities…Read More
Apart from eating lots of delicious food, my other favorite part about visiting Malaysia was…Read More
Don’t be fooled into thinking Kuala Lumpur isn’t worth a long visit, as there is…Read More