Link 3 - Travelling

  1. Sekinchan is a small, cozy farming and fishing village just north of Kuala Lumpur. Sekinchan has gotten extremely popular over the years with city slickers from KL heading over to enjoy the simpler things in life. Sekinchan is well known for paddy field and fishing village. The ride to Sekinchan is scenic with oil palm trees along the coastal road, stalls selling handmade cotton pillows, eateries offering a wide variety of local delicacies, and suddenly, almost in the middle of nowhere, vast expanses of paddy fields bordering a stretch of fishing villages.

  2. Kuala Selangor - Kuala Selangor is located well off the normal tourism route and hence, still maintains its traditional "kampung" (village) atmosphere. The town caters largely to tourists coming this way en route to firefly (Kelip-Kelip) at Kampung Kuantan, the local travellers come for the fresh seafood. Kuala Selangor town is small, and we can easily walk around without a map or a guide. Due to the historical background of Kuala Selangor, Kuala Selangor posesses many historical sites that exist on Bukit Melawati, apart from that, there are a few charming tourists attraction like Kuala Selangor Nature Park, Firefly Park and eagle watching. Fresh seafood is another attraction for Kuala Selangor.

  3. Pulau Pangkor - Pangkor Island lies just off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Pangkor is popular for beaches like Teluk Nipah, Coral Bay and Pasir Giam, which connects to coral-ringed Giam Island at low tide. Dating back to 1670, the ruined Dutch Fort demonstrates the island’s strategic colonial importance. Nearby, the Sacred Rock is inscribed with the Dutch East India Company symbol and a picture of a tiger carrying away a child. Pangkor Island (Pulau Pangkor) is endowed with scenic fishing villages, beautiful beaches, sparkling turquoise waters, a number of historical and religious attractions such as Dutch Fort, Batu BersuratBatu Bersurat (Ancient Inscribed Stone), Floating Mosque, Fu Lin Kong Temple, Kali Amman Temple etc.
  4. Melaka / Malacca - Malacca (Malay: Melaka) is a state in Malaysia located in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula, next to the Strait of Malacca. Its capital is Malacca City, dubbed the Historic City, which has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 7 July 2008. Malacca is a popular historical tourist spot in Malaysia with tourist from the world. Malacca is a popular travel destinations for Singaporeans during the weekends. Malacca has adopted as its slogan, "Visiting Malacca Means Visiting Malaysia" ("Melawat Melaka Bererti Melawati Malaysia"). Malacca has numerous historical places and buildings. In order to preserve those sites, numerous museums have been built to preserve those legacies.