…….The World Without Boundaries


All of the posts under the "Places" tag.

My Pick of The Most Beautiful Temple in Malaysia

One of the most beautiful places in Malaysia can be found hidden high on a highland, surrounded by lush tropical greenery about 50 kilometers away from the capital city. This place is usually overlooked because people tend to focus on going straight up to Genting Highland without knowing what they are missing somewhere down there.


I had first come to the Chin Swee Caves temple back in my Uni years when the cable car was not even in existence and everybody had no choice but driving up to Genting Highland. Read more →

jipp December 15, 2013 4 Comments Permalink

A Little Weekend Escapade to Langkawi

Finally, after spending so many years in the Peninsular of Malaysia, I finally stepped onto the soil of the last state in Malaysia that I had never been to yet – Perlis. Having said that, I can finally say that I have been to all the states in this country – like each and every one of them. So what do I feel now? I feel truly Malaysian. Heh.


Thanks to my trip to Langkawi – which was my very first time there (I said don’t laugh!), it was actually a trip that covered four states in one go, or rather five since I started off from KL then Selangor before dashing across Perak and later Kedah all the way to Perlis. 8 hours were all it took. Thanks God, it was an overnight ride so I didn’t really feel a hell of a ride since I slept through most of the hours. Read more →

jipp May 23, 2013 6 Comments Permalink

Singapore ZOO : The Best Zoo in The World ?

Well, with all the hypes about Singapore Zoo, I was more than happy when our Singaporean friend (or rather, a Malaysian working in Singapore) offered to give us free tickets to what is considered the best zoo in the world.


It was actually my second visit there with the first one was merely to the Night Safari. The Night Safari didn’t really make a good impression on me that I actually regretted dishing out some SGD35 just so see shadows moving in the dark. Read more →

jipp September 1, 2012 2 Comments Permalink

Tanjung Labian : Visiting the Nose of The Dog

Out of so many places that I went to when I went road-tripping all over Sabah for almost 2 weeks last month, there was one place that I really wanted to blog about. It is called Tanjung Labian.

Located on the furthest East of Sabah, which is on the nose end tip of the dog that shapes out the island of Borneo on the map, it is actually the place where the sunshine touches down before all here in Malaysia.

I was Here

I had always wanted to go there for that fact alone, but most especially when the government decided to build a coal-fired power plant there some time ago. Read more →

jipp June 14, 2012 5 Comments Permalink

Phnom Penh: A Palace, A Museum & A Cow

PP silver pagoda Slide

I suppose I don’t have to tell you that most palaces in ‘highly Buddhist’ countries like Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand require their visitors to be in proper dresses instead of those all-too bearing clothes that you’d probably wear while strutting your stuff on a white sandy beach in Phuket or something.


So, the admission fee is USD6.25 (25,000 Riels) and that is like MYR18.50 in Ringgit Malaysia. How worthy it is depends a lot on how you can appreciate what is offered at the palace. Read more →

Tour of Duty: Kota Bharu

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So, if you’ve been following me on Twitter, you would have known that I’ve just returned from the far north of Peninsular Malaysia, in a town called Kota Bharu, the capital city of the Malaysian state of Kelantan.

It would be my first time in Kelantan so you know how it is always exciting to come to a new place for the first time. Getting to Kota Bharu had proved to be not an easy task as I had to go through an 8-hours long drive, probably the longest road trip that I had even been on in the Malaysian Peninsular thus far. Read more →

jipp January 25, 2012 6 Comments Permalink

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