Faces of
Malaysia
Brunei

Tiny state in Borneo, sandwiched between Sarawak and Sabah. After it was a big regional player a few hundred years back, Brunei became rich upon the discovery of Oil in the 1940s. For a period time the Sultan of Brunei was the richest person in the world.

Fraser’s Hill

Hill resort spread along 7 peaks at 1,200 - 1,500 meters above sea-level on the Titiwangsa mountain range, about 100km north of Kuala Lumpur. Originally it was set up as a tin mine in the 1890s by Louis James Fraser (hence the name) until the tin ran out in 1913. A few years later the area was rediscovered as British-colonial hill resort. The cooler temperatures made it popular getaway destination from the hot and humid weather for the British. To this day Fraser’s Hill still retains its colonial charm. The area is recognized destination for bird watching with over 250 species recorded. Other activities include jungle trekking, golf, horse riding, archery, boating and mountain biking.

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The Ceylon Bar

address: 20 Changkat Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia - tel: +60 3-2145 7689 ?
The Ceylon Bar, Restaurant and bar on Changkat Bukit Bintang
Restaurant and bar on Changkat Bukit Bintang

phone:
+60 3-2145 7689 ?

more information about the Changkat nightlife area
(list of all restaurants and bars)


location of The Ceylon Bar on Changkat Bukit Bintang


Hotels in in Kuala Lumpur
HOSTELS
in Kuala Lumpur
Reggae Mansion
Located in 3-storey colonial building with a roof-top bar, the Reggae Mansion is a party hostel and the biggest hostel in Kuala Lumpur
The Explorers Guesthouse
Hostel / Guesthouse near Central Market and Chinatown
Attractions
Attractions

Gua Tempurung, Ipoh

Gua Tempurung, located 30min south of Ipoh, are the largest limestone caves in Peninsular Malaysia.

Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Melaka

Cheng Hoon Teng is the oldest traditional Chinese temple (Taoist temple) in Malaysia. The temple was built in 1645 (and extented in 1704 and 1801) and served as the main place of worship for the Hokkien community.