Set aside a good few days to get your fill of Penang.
In search of safari's 'small five' in the remote reaches of Borneo.
It's probably not surprising that in a country, where eating is more or less the national sport, that one of the signature treatments on the spa menu should involve a foodstuff.
Like most low-cost carriers, it's extra this, extra that, but with fares as low as this, what's not to like?
The Shangri-La's Rasa Ria Resort & Spa in Sabah is a hideaway with so much on hand that there's no real need to leave.
For some, an island holiday is never enough. Six Australian expatriates share why it's impossible to leave these paradises.
From bright green worms to 'sunburnt' monkeys - here are the world's most bizarre looking creatures and where to find them.
Clove Hall, in George Town, Penang, is a tastefully restored Edwardian boutique hotel with an Australian connection, writes Anthony Dennis.
Absorbing Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures, Malaysia is an assault on senses. Adventurous types hop across to Borneo to experience their dense forests filled with orangutans, remote tribes, or climb Mount Kinabalu. No trip is complete without consuming a bowl of thick, curry-flavoured coconut laksa; sample some of its best in foodie capital Penang, shop 'til you drop in KL, or simply laze on an island beach.