Bagan Lalang is a coastal beach in the Sepang district in the state of Selangor in Malaysia. A popular picnic and camping spot on weekends, housing and tourism developments around the area have been rapid in the past decade due to its proximity to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and the Sepang International Circuit.
07 February 2017
Malacca (also locally known as Melaka) is one of the most fascinating cities in Malaysia. Colonised by the Portuguese, Dutch and British for over 400 years over its strategic location for maritime trade, its rich history has earned itself the title of Unesco World Heritage City in 2008. It is probably the only place in the world that has ruins of both Asia and Europe.
06 February 2017
Fancy something more unique than your average spa? Then head on to Kampung Luanti, Ranau for a fish massaging session!
In the Local KadazanDusun dialect, ‘tagal’ means ‘no fishing’, and the main purpose of the ‘tagal’ is to preserve the environment as well as the ecosystem to benefit the future generation. ‘Ikan Pelian’ or Malaysian Mahseer comes from the family of Cyprinidae. These fishes are specifically trained by the villagers to perform the healing massage activities.
The fish massage is deemed to have a curative effect on those who suffers from psoriasis. Come to Kampung Luanti for regular fish massages and you will enjoy smoother and suppler skin - just like a baby’s bottom.
If the idea of fishes nibbling off your dead skin doesn’t thrill you, try other activities such as jungle trekking and camping. Should you intend to stay longer, Kampung Luanti is also equipped with a homestay programme to make visitors feel at home every time.