Monthly Archives: December 2010
There are many colonial-style bungalows at Frasier’s Hill which are lasting reminders of the presence of the British colonialism from the 19th century when tin-mining in the region was a lucrative international trade. Some bugalows are leased-out to the public. While, others … Continue reading
There are many jungle trekking trails peppered all around Frasier’s Hill. Fresh air, lush tropical forest and birds chirping will make your walks most memorable.
The cooling climate and abundance of flora and fauna makes Frasier’s Hill a great retreat for travellers who are trying to escape the tropical heat of the lowlands. Visitors can enjoy a round of golf at the lovely 9-hole course of … Continue reading
The Gap is the entry point to Frasier’s Hill, and a 40 minute winding drive to the summit. Here, the traffic flow going up is restricted to odd hours. While descending traffic is permitted at even hours only. Be sure, … Continue reading
This is the tantalising dish of stingray cooked in tamarind sauce which literally stops many hungry railway commuters in their tracks.
Superlicious chicken rice served at a stall located right next to Rawang KTM station.
Walking around in Royal Klang Town, you will find many examples of shops which were built as early as in the 1920s. Unfortunately, most of these periodic-style buildings are left neglected or at best, the owners have repainted the building exteriors in … Continue reading
The golden dome adds a spectaculor glow to the Klang riverbank.
Majestic view of the mosque from the double bridge which was opened in 1957.
When it comes to food, a true Malaysian will eat anywhere, anytime because all that matters is that taste to savour…