The Kong Teck is a ceremony held by Taoist families as a final ceremony following the passing of a relative and marks the end of the mourning period.
Try your hand at traditional skills like archery, or learnt from young in an orang asli kampung. Stay over and try as much food as you can.
Heritage timber buildings in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia have their roots in the Minangkabau Highlands of West Sumatra, Indonesia.
Little India Klang is definitely the best Little India in Malaysia, if you ask the residents on the Royal Town of Selangor, Malaysia.
The unique Royal traditions observed in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia have their roots in the Minangkabau Highlands of West Sumatra, Indonesia.
Malaysia’s local food is well tested as it’s affordable, tasty and plentiful. The variety is huge, with local versions of everything.
Learn how to make Hari Raya goodies at the Sentul Depot this weekend as you shop for last minute treats.
Negeri Sembilan has strong links to the Minangkabau roots of early settlets, but there’s much more to see and do.
Food in Tasmania is varied and fresh – local produce available to suit all palettes – meat and vegetables, fruit, seafood, wine, dairy products and chocolate.