Tag Archives: #RoadtripMy

Road Trip Selangor: Mah Meri Ancestral Celebration

  Road trip weekend to Carey Island. The Mahmeri tribe can be found on an island located in Selangor. From Kuala Lumpur, it takes about an hour to reach Klang town and then another 30 or so to Carey Island. ...

Road Trip: Sleepy Town of Gopeng

  Unassuming yet charming.   This little town of Gopeng was one of our stop as we drove back from the bustling Ipoh town. We had a few hours to kill and felt curious about this town which was known for ...

Road Trip: The Charming Malay Kampung Morten.

  A blast from the past. Kampung Morten is one of the many Malay villages that can be found in the middle of the historical city of Melaka, maintaining its’ traditional architecture, design, interior decoration, landscaping just like the historical ...

Johor Bahru: Food Trip

  “Are we there yet?” This is my sisters’ favorite thing to say (and annoy me) while we were driving down south to Johor Bahru for her interview with one of the companies there. It took us around 4 hours ...

Kuala Pilah: Taman Rekreasi Ulu Bendul

  A river we must go. It was one of those weekends where we decided to visit our friends’ home town in Negeri Sembilan, just an hours’ drive from Kuala Lumpur. I have been to this state but have never ...

Road Trip Selangor: Peaceful Pantai Redang

  A Redang beach in Selangor? As far as I know (since I was at a young age that is), Redang beach is located off the shores of Terengganu, in the east coast of Peninsular. However when we went to ...

Road Trip: Paddy Fields of Sekinchan

  Remembering a weekend getaway.  I miss road trips and today as I saw photos of friends going on a weekend getaway from the city, it reminded me of an impromptu weekend to Sekinchan located in Kuala Selangor. Armed with ...

Road Trip: Paya Indah Wetlands, Putrajaya

  Absorbing Nature  I never knew this place existed until one of my former Clients invited us to be volunteers for the Go Green EduFarm program late last year. It took me an hour to get to Paya Indah Wetlands, ...

A Weekend BrideAway Trip To Melaka.

  Choosing the perfect place.  Getting together for a Bacholerette outing (or BrideAway) with the Bride and Bridesmaids was a challenging task especially with our unexpected schedules. One was busy for a photo-shoot at work, another is based in Singapore, ...

Road Trip: Dipping in Sungkai Hot Springs

Driving close to two hours.  The Hot Springs that we were looking for was located in Felda Residence Hot Springs in Sungkai, Perak, which was about close to two hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. Driving onto the North-South Highway, we ...

Road Trip: The Crab Island Adventure

Driving to Port Klang in search of a jetty.  I’m embarrassed to admit that I’ve never been to the popular Pulau Ketam until today. To say that it’s located far, far away from where I live is an understatement as ...

3 Reliable Apps You Can Use For Road Trips

Maps are reliable when you’re on the road but if you need to drive and search at the same time, I would suggest to go for reliable apps that can make your journey smoother throughout any road trips. It also ...

Road Trip: Ulu Yam Day Trip

On this first #RoadtripMy series, we decided to drive down to Ulu Yam, a small town located in Batang Kali, Selangor known for its natural surroundings and waterfalls. Upon Googling, I found out that the popular Loh Mee dish was ...

Announcing #RoadtripMy 2014

There’s always a good excuse to road trip. You can say that the Visit Malaysia Year 2014 has rubbed off on me in an exciting way because it gave me a lot of thought on how I could contribute to ...

A Kelantan Travelogue – The Local Lingo

Alas, I woke up early on Eid Al-Adha as soon as dawn hit the curtains, packed my things and head downstairs for the best home made macaroni soup ever. The Yahya’s hospitality has been so wonderful and I felt spoiled ...

Alternative Food Stops in Penang

What would Penang be without its’ arts and salivating local delicacies? Famous for it’s assam laksa and pasembur, Penang definitely is a food haven for anyone with an empty tummy to fill. It was no different for us when we ...

Tracking Arts in Pulau Pinang.

#1 Based on a caricature by cartoonist Tang Mun Kian and installed on a wall on Chulia Street Ghaut, it depicts a Punjabi man morphing between a role as policeman and another as firefighter. A red firehose barrel completes the sculpture. ...

Soaking in Arts with Pulau Pinang

The George Town Festival. Last weekend we took a road trip up north to Penang Island (Pulau Pinang), to catch the George Town Festival (7 June – 7 July), a  month-long celebration of art, music, theatre, dance, opera and film to  ...

#TSDayOut to Subang Skypark

This version of #TSDayOut was very different from the rest that I’ve ever attended because it was held indoors and involved a tour. For the very first time, together with other participants, we got to walk around Subang Skypark to ...

UNESCO Site #7 : Lenggong Valley, Malaysia

  UNESCO Site #1386 Says:  “Situated in the lush Lenggong Valley, the property includes four archaeological sites in two clusters which span close to 2 million years, one of the longest records of early man in a single locality, and the ...

Guide: Road Tripping Ipoh

What’s a girl to do in Ipoh you ask? Surprisingly, this road trip was not planned out thoroughly and so we decided to explore as much as we could in 48 hours or less. It was a two hours drive ...

#TSDayOut to Amazing Race FRIM

I have always wanted to join the Amazing Race ever since they opened it up to Asia and when Tourism Selangor announced this event for the March 2013, I was jumping with joy! I was so excited that I signed ...