Monday, February 24, 2014

Virtual Malaysia's The Site to Go to For All Things About Malaysia

I have to say, Malaysia is definitely one of the most diverse countries in the world. Rich with nature and heritage, culture and city life, there is everything for everyone here in Malaysia. This also means that being Malaysians, there are endless excitements waiting for us to explore.

However, being Malaysian does not mean you know everything there is to know about the country. I will be the first to admit that I myself do not explore my own backyard enough to be an expert. And this is where Virtual Malaysia comes in.

Virtual Malaysia is the portal to go to for all you need to know and things you wish you know about Malaysia. There are tonnes of information you can obtain from the website, from attractions in Kuala Lumpur to hotel reviews, delicious eateries to obscure finds worth checking out.

In fact, I'm constantly surprised to find new places and attractions to go to when browsing through Virtual Malaysia. For example, I came across this article of mural arts in Gopeng that I did not know about and I live in Ipoh, just a 30 minutes drive. Thanks to Khai - the contributor of that particular article - I get to see it with my own eyes.

What so amazing about this website is that most of the articles are contributed by the locals themselves, giving an extra brownie point for accuracy and authenticity. I myself is a contributor to the portal, with my first article on Camera Museum in Penang being a hit with the public. Apparently, not many people know about this latest attraction in Georgetown. My latest article in Virtual Malaysia is about Dialogue in the Dark, an amazing exhibition currently being held in Petrosains, Suria KLCC. Another not to be missed experience.

So, do consult with Virtual Malaysia when you plan your vacations here in the country.




4 comments:

  1. I see you post a lot in Virtual Malaysia nowadays. Keep it up the good job! :D

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  2. Haha, thanks! I'm just doing my small parts in promoting Malaysia.

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