Town we didn’t know much about and we both missed on our first visits to Malaysia (yet separate before Stingy Nomads). Melaka was a dark horse for us, luckily we had some time to kill in KL before our flight to Sumatra and decided to visit… Read the rest
Dive Sipadan Blog Entry. How to get a permit. Qualification required to dive Sipadan. Best time to dive Sipadan. Dive Sites. My Sipadan Story. Now and some history. Marine Life. How are permits issued.
Every ‘Best Dive Spots in the World’… Read the rest
Diving Perhentian. Diving off the Perhentian islands are good with about 20 dive sites within the surrounding archipelago accessible by small boat. The reefs are beautiful and rich in marine life.
The Perhentian Islands lie approximately… Read the rest
We had a great time on Perhentian Kecil island and really loved it. Why? First of all warm crystal clear water, very nice for swimming and snorkeling. Second, the island has no roads, no cars, motorbikes only boats or walking trails. Third, you… Read the rest
Melting pot of different cultures. George Town city guide
The reason we came to George Town was to do a hike in Penang National park. But we found the city itself being very interesting and spent here more time then we had planned. If you ask… Read the rest
Penang National park is the smallest National park in Malaysia, 2300 hectares nevertheless it’s size it’s worth of visit. It’s located15km from Georgetown, easy to get by public transport. Bus №101, leaves every 10-15… Read the rest