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I first ventured abroad at the age of 9 and immediately fell in love with the idea of travelling. Since then, I have been travelling to most corners of the world for the past decade. For over a decade, I have been venturing across the globe with the aim of exploring, learning and gaining new insights into the lives of others who differ in terms of culture, religion and belief. Each of my travels has been a liberating experience, bringing me closer to understanding cross-cultural differences and the importance of being tolerant and open minded. My travels have shaped me into being the person that I am today, and so I have decided that it was only fitting to put my thoughts into writing so that others can benefit from it. It is not that difficult to travel the world on a shoe string, and with the right tips and tricks anyone can experience the excitement of travelling.

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Weekend Waterfall Chase At Lata Pisang

The weekend is here! Now, as we enter the RMCO phase, things are beginning to ease up. Activities are resuming and tourism industry is gaining some steam. While it is no longer easy to climb mountains like before, I explored alternative means for a half-day adventure in Selangor. I wanted something quick and peaceful, tucked away from city life. And, lo and behold, Lata Pisang was the answer. Welcome to Sungai Pisang waterfall. The Location Located 30km from the heart of Kuala Lumpur is a different kind of adventure. The landmark is the Hospital Orang Asli Gombak and Jungle Lodge Alang Sedayu (Waze). Parking space was ample and the crowd was rather thin. From the carpark, we walked to the ri

Akinabalu Festive Affair

It was the first of its kind. Mount Kinabalu had always welcomed visitors from all walks of life all year round, but this year was an exception. In March, the world as we knew it, went into lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic, and Malaysia was not spared. For the first time in many years, Mount Kinabalu had to close its doors for an uncertain time frame. For months, we could only catch a glimpse of her silhouette from afar. And so when it finally reopened end of May, a lesser-known teacher from Tawau with a great deal of climbing experience, took up a unique challenge. He would scale Mount Kinabalu for the 26th time in a rather 'festive' manner. Jenal Hending at the summit of Mount Kinabal

 

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