All About Sitiawan

January 25, 2021 in Environment, Sitiawan

Growing up in: Sitiawan’s small-town comforts

MOST people from small towns tend to have the same memories of wide open spaces, great food and wonderful neighbours.
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November 30, 2020 in History, Sitiawan

Taiping’s everlasting heritage

TAIPING'S grand dame of buildings isn’t a stately hotel or an ornate government office frequented primarily by the rich and powerful.
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November 16, 2020 in Sitiawan, Tourism

Kuala Sepetang

Also known by english speaking locals as ‘Port Weld’
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October 20, 2020 in Food, Sitiawan

Visit Ayer Tawar & Sitiawan Now Before They Become Tourist Magnets!

Get swept up with the energy in this jam-packed, town-hopping itinerary which showcases the best of Ayer Tawar, Sitiawan and Lumut in the Manjung District without breaking the bank.
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October 20, 2020 in Culture, Sitiawan

Retired Perak headmaster promotes Chinese culture, traditional games online amid Covid-19

SITIAWAN, June 18 — Retired headmaster Wee Ong Chin has been showcasing Chinese culture and traditional games at fundraising events for over three decades.
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October 20, 2020 in Sitiawan, Tourism

Kampung Koh, Sitiawan, Perak

Kampung Koh is one of the original villages making up the sprawling settlement of Sitiawan, close to the town of Lumut and nearby to Pangkor Island.
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October 20, 2020 in Sitiawan, Tourism

Hidden Gems In Sitiawan- Lumut- Ipoh

Landed on Marina Island - Lumut - Sitiawan - Ipoh
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October 20, 2020 in History, Sitiawan

Dindings Fort

The fort on Pangkor Island is called Kota Belanda ('Dutch fort') by local Malays and is located at a place called Teluk Gedung.
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October 20, 2020 in History, Sitiawan

Pekan Gurney New Village named after British High Commissioner Sir Henry Gurney

THE villagers were all excited when they were told that their Simpang Tiga New Villlage would be turned into a town.
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October 20, 2020 in History, Sitiawan

Ong Seok Kim 王叔金

Ong Seok Kim 王叔金
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The Strait of Malacca – a historical shipping metropolis

For centuries, ports along the coasts have been more than transshipment sites for goods; they are also places of interaction between people from foreign cultures.
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On a quest to preserve disappearing Malaysian heritage food

Colourful butterflies flit gaily around the blooms dotted around her beautifully-landscaped garden in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, and there's a gentle breeze in the air.
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Where It All Began in Nicol’s Incredible Journey

PETALING JAYA: In times of suspicion and disharmony, it is always heart-warming to recall the days when the different races that make up Malaysia could come together and form a sporting team of such harmony, skill, and power that they took on and beat what seemed to them like the whole world.
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Ipoh to boost tourism industry in 2021

MORE attractions in Ipoh are expected to be unveiled in 2021 to revitalise the city’s tourism industry.
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Growing up in: Sitiawan’s small-town comforts

MOST people from small towns tend to have the same memories of wide open spaces, great food and wonderful neighbours.
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Why Sarawak rocks!

Up above, a magical halo framing it, is a bright full moon, our compass as we glide silently towards our destination — an Iban longhouse, deep in the interior.
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A hero to many dies at 89

Coming from a famous hockey-loving family in Seremban, he had touched many lives in Negri Sembilan and the nation.
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Ipoh traders revel in horde of foodie tourists

IPOH: The long stretch of year-end holidays has led Malaysians to venture on a food-hunting spree in Perak's capital city.
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Corridors of learning

NO! My heart sank when it was announced that the Penang State Museum and Art Gallery would be closed for two years for a RM20 million restoration.
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A Journey In Borneo With Sea Nomads

This is how they earned the title of the “nomads of the seas.”
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Pelonggot – Rhodamnia cinerea Jack

RAUB: BORN and raised in Fraser’s Hill near here, O. Sevegen @ Segar is among the few who grew up witnessing the transformation at the highland.
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Bajau Laut (Sea Gypsies)

Few communities around the world can boast a deeper connection with the ocean than the legendary Bajau Laut of Borneo, who follow a nomadic, seafaring way of life throughout their entire lives; they rarely set foot on land.
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20 Best Cafes In Johor To Visit (2020 Edition)

The number of local shops doing it right has grown by leaps and bounds in the past few years, making it possible to find a great brunch, desserts and brewed coffee in nearly every corner of the city.
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A peak, a river and a keris maker

LOOKING down from the peak of Bukit Batu Pahat, one can see panoramic view of the small town of Kuala Kubu Bahru, fondly called KKB
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Malay Cultures Before Islam

The arrival of Islam reshaped the Malays’ daily practices and culture as a whole.
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The Old Trades Of Batu Pahat

As I have promise before , I will definitely do an article or rather a Photo Journey on the Old Trades of Batu Pahat.
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48 Hours in Batu Pahat, Malaysia

So, my mum wanted to make a trip down to BP to escape the city life and enjoy some food before her surgery. I obviously gladly agreed to accompany her. And so our 48 hours in Batu Pahat begins.
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A Homestay for Every Event – The Lighthouse, Minyak Beku, Batu Pahat

I have been looking for a HUGE and CYCLIST FRIENDLY homestay to host a cycling event in my hometown.
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Football in Kuala Lumpur 50 Years Ago

Pictures of renowned fried rice critic Uncle Roger in the years way before his fame got Malaysians in a frenzy after his kindergarten teacher found out that he used to be her student.
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Taiping’s everlasting heritage

TAIPING'S grand dame of buildings isn’t a stately hotel or an ornate government office frequented primarily by the rich and powerful.
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