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Genting Higlands

Thought that I share some photos that I have taken at a gift shop located in Ching Swee Temple in Genting Highlands, Malaysia. My friends made a lot of purchases from this shop and therefore no one seemed to mind as I was photographing their stuff. Below: Some old calendar in ancient Chinese themes Clay [...]

Here are some photos of the First World Indoor Theme Park located in Genting Highlands, Malaysia. It is located at the same area as First World Hotel. What is amazing is the various creative remake of famous places around the world. Check out the cool look for the Statue of Liberty: The overall ambience, coupled [...]

I have always known that there is a temple on the way up to Genting Highlands but I have no idea that the temple is so beautiful. How to get to the temple: 1. When you reach Genting Highlands, there is a periodical feeder bus that takes people from the entrance of Highlands hotel to [...]

So you have some friends stopping over to Malaysia for 3 to 4 days and you are wondering where to bring them? Kuala Lumpur is a fascinating city that has lots to offer: night life, shopping, absolutely delicious food. Here are my suggestions... I have included direct links to the places of interest for those [...]

The recommended place is usually First World Hotel- it provide a series of basic simple room at a budget: http://www.rwgenting.com/en/accommodation/firstworld_hotel/index.htm Sometimes, there are room offer discounts- you need to check the website for more information. (fyi: phone booking cost RM10 service charge). What is available in a standard room: 2 single beds (clean sheets), up [...]

Please note that food prices in Genting are higher compared to Kuala Lumpur.  This is understandable because of additional labor and transportation costs. Even the standard cafes like McDonalds are more expensive than the ones located elsewhere. If you decide that you want to save on the food, you can explore some budget tips based [...]

Genting Highlands… a place listed in places to visit for any tourist groups travelling to Kuala Lumpur. It is also the getaway for KL and nearby states folks to the cool weather. On public holidays and weekends, it is usually very crowded. Via LRT train to Terminal Putra station (last station)>>> bus>>> cable car First, [...]