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Written by: Shawna Chan Famous for its delectable street food and rich heritage, it's no surprise that many tourists from all over the world flock to Penang for its authentic street food, street art, and historical sights. While I enjoy hunting down...
While we often fly at least three hours for a quick getaway to that much needed retail therapy or digital detox, we often forget about the possible adventures that await right next door. The Malaysia we know embodies many things; from...
Penang is Malaysia's second largest city. Its capital, Georgetown, is intricately interlaced with a unique blend of new and old cultures, well-preserved heritage, world-class gastronomic delights, and a robust and flourishing art scene. Taking a day to explore Georgetown, I've...
Exclusive to TTI readers: From now till 30th September 2018, book a 4-night Port Klang & Phuket Cruise at only S$399*. Applicable sailing dates: Nov 5, Nov 12, and Nov 19. Promo code and other details below! Penang to me is...
Hailed the 'Food Capital' of Malaysia, many tourists would flock to Penang to immerse in its rich food culture. Yet, with so many stalls claiming to be 'famous' or 'the best', it's extremely difficult to know for sure which stall remains...
Surrounded by a concrete jungle day in and out, I often yearn for the outdoors and nature. With only 3 days to spare for a short getaway, I found just the perfect place to stretch out my limbs and get...
Kota Kinabalu is a coastal city in Malaysia’s Sabah State and is renowned for its panoramic beaches, the distinguished waterfront Kota Kinabalu City Mosque and of course the tallest mountain in South East Asia. But this isn't about climbing...
Eat your way around Kuching with return flight tickets from $69!  Many Singaporeans love crossing the border to eat and shop, but more often than not, Kuala Lumpur is the furthest we would travel to. If distance is what's stopping...
Listed as a UNESCO’s world heritage site since 2008, Georgetown is famed for its diverse cultural heritage. Many have since experienced the tropical island’s gastronomic hawker food, street art, historical shop houses and colonial architecture. While these landmarks will...
Scaling at a height of 4,096 metres above sea level, Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in the Malay Archipelago. It is one of the hardest mountains to climb in Southeast Asia and typically requires a two-day climb to...