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SkyBar (Traders Hotel)

SkyBar (Traders Hotel)

To many, the Petronas Twin Towers are the most recognizable structures of Kuala Lumpur. Standing 452 metres in height, the twin towers were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004. Although they no longer hold this title, they are still the tallest twin...
JB Waterfront City

JB Waterfront City

“Location, location, location.” Those are the three famous words that real estate agents always use to encourage prospective buyers to buy a property at an exceptional area. After all real estate is finite, and it is a real asset that holds it value...
Lintang Trail

Lintang Trail

Borneo is the world’s third largest island. Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia are the three countries that divide the island. It is home to one of the world’s oldest rainforest and home to many endemic species.   Bako National Park, Sarawak’s oldest...
Chew Jetty

Chew Jetty

Established during the 19th century, the Chew Jetty is a waterfront settlement in George Town, Penang and is the largest of the remaining six Chinese settlements. All of these water villages are essentially houses on stilts built along the waterfront. Wooden planks...
The Great Singapore Escape

The Great Singapore Escape

The Johor-Singapore Causeway is the oldest and busiest of two land border crossings between Singapore and Malaysia. It crosses the Straits of Johor and connects Johor Bahru, the capital of Johor, with the Woodlands section of northern Singapore. The Causeway became...
Dutch Square

Dutch Square

Parameswara founded Malacca in 1396. The Malay prince chose well. Malacca’s strategic location next to the Strait of Malacca made it an important and prosperous port. Unfortunately, Malacca’s success made it an attractive target for the West.   In 1511,...