By Nalini Ramiah Sri Subramaniar Temple or famously known as the Batu Caves sits majestically about 13 km from downtown Kuala Lumpur. This 116 year old temple which is dedicated to Lord Murugan, is situated in a cave some 400 feet above ground level.
By Karthiga Shekumar KUALA LUMPUR – The Central Market Kuala Lumpur was built in 1888 by the British during the time of colonial Malaya. It served as a wet market for the Chinese tin miners of early Kuala Lumpur. Over the years, the original building was renovated several times until 1937, when the current structure finally took shape.
By Nalini Ramiah SELANGOR – Back in the days, if one mentioned the name Broga Hill, not many would have an idea where this place is.
By Yuneswari Muniandy KUALA LUMPUR -- Getting a ride in a taxi cab normally requires you to stand by the roadside waving your hands at oncoming taxis until one eventually stops. This may seem simple enough, but during the rush hour it will take ages before you eventually get your ride.
MIRI, April 23 (Bernama) -- The ninth edition of the Borneo Jazz Festival (BJ), to be held here next month, is targeting 9,000 visitors with 70 per cent of them, foreigners.
KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysians plan to increase their travel spending by nearly 20 per cent this year, with 91 per cent planning to travel domestically and 78 per cent planning international trips, said TripAdvisor.
By Sakini Mohd Said GERIK (Bernama) -- The scenic panorama of the Temengor Lake will mesmerise anyone traversing through the East-West Highway, which connects Gerik to Jeli in Kelantan. At 15,200 hectares wide, it is the largest man-made lake in Perak, surrounding the Belum-Temengor Forest Complex.